Messengerify

A Chat Widget Powered by Facebook Messenger

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Messengerify is a website widget which will connect a website with your Facebook Page and provide a better chat experience for your customers. Even if visitor leaves your website the conversation can continue via Messenger

* Use Facebook as your CRM

* Ongoing Conversations

* Customize to match your website

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Fouad Tolaib@fouad_tolaib · I'm a maker of things.
I like the fact that through the FB messenger, you take the conversation on-site and off-site. FB messenger feels more personal as well so it's great to build trust that way. Something I noticed tough is that when I have adblocker enabled, I won't see the message box within the chat widget. Many people have such adblockers enabled and might thus not be able to communicate on-site. Other than that, great initiative and a potential rival for Intercom if further developed.
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Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
@fouad_tolaib Thanks a lot for your feedback. Regarding the Message box, it's a bug from Facebook. It started appearing a few days back. We've reported it to them and we're also trying alternative ways to overcome it
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Paul de Fombelle@paulodef · sows Mailify, reaps email marketers
@fouad_tolaib It's cool to be able to continue the conversation off-site, but from what I've seen you can't actually take the conversation on-site. You need to open Messenger after the first message. Or did I miss something?
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Fouad Tolaib@fouad_tolaib · I'm a maker of things.
@paulodef its actually supposed to let you chat right on the site. In my case, when I disabled ad locker for the site, I was able to chat there without opening messenger. According to the makers, its a bug on FBs end.
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Alex@alexjpanagis
@fouad_tolaib like this idea and look forward to testing it on my sites.
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Vik Chaudhary@vikchaudhary · CEO Onboardify
@fouad_tolaib Agree, I like it and will try it out on a Facebook page. Be great to get your feedback on https://www.producthunt.com/post... -- a free website chat for Slack users.
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Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
Messengerify will connect the website with your Facebook Page and provide a better chat experience for your customers. Even if visitor leaves your website the conversation can continue via Messenger * Use Facebook as your CRM * Ongoing Conversations * Customize to match your website * Free Forever
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Anthony Da Mota@akdm_ · I upvote things that matter.
That's cool, but it would be even more cool if Facebook was opening Messenger to anonymous users. Good job makers!
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Jovis Joseph AloorMaker@jovisjoseph · Chief Designer
@akdm_ glad you liked it... But i couldn't get exactly what you are referring to...
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Anthony Da Mota@akdm_ · I upvote things that matter.
@jovisjoseph Users must have a Messenger account to use Messenger, right? While it makes sense for many cases, for use cases like Messengerify this is not the perfect thing. I see Messengerify as a free replacement of Intercom; Crisp; Drift… for low budget companies/startups. So, if Facebook allowed anonymous users to actually use Messenger, it would be awesome. See?
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Jonathan Tavarez@jon_tavarez · Founder, Vantage Digital
Looks sweet!
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Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
@jon_tavarez Thanks. Let me know if you have any other feedbacks or suggestions :)
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oty@otymix · @oneTapVote | working on smthg new 🤐
looks great, but what if FB tomorrow comes with a similar feature to take over intercom ... ? 😳
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Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
@otymix hmmm. That's an interesting question :/
Regan Quaning@regan · <problem solver/> <maker of things/>
@otymix I see Facebook doing just that. This will put a lot of companies out of business. The worst will be if they don't require website visitors to be logged into their FB account in order start conversations.
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Benjamin SehlHiring@benjaminsehl · Founder, Kotn
@otymix there's a term for that, it's called getting Sherlocked … (https://www.economist.com/blogs/...)
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oty@otymix · @oneTapVote | working on smthg new 🤐
@regan Yes it's a must my intuition is saying it will arrive even sooner :-)
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Jovis Joseph AloorMaker@jovisjoseph · Chief Designer
@regan @otymix Fingers crossed🤞... Let's hope Facebook doesn't take this up and spin off to a standalone product.