On this episode of The Chat Bubble we talk to Danny Freed, the creator of Facebook Messenger campaign, Joy. Joy helps you track your mental state, the same way that Fitbit tracks your steps.
Joy has been featured in several publications and in the Facebook Messenger list inside of the app. We discuss how Joy came about, the state of the messaging space and where everything is heading.
Find Joy online here, http://www.hellojoy.ai/ or search for Joy on Facebook Messenger.
Adelyn was one of the first people I found online when I started focusing on Facebook Messenger. She’s a thought leader in the messaging & AI space and if you do any research, you’ll probably stumble on to one of her articles.
We pack a lot of great information in a relatively short episode. Adelyn has great insight into how young employees can pick a successful startup to work for. We discuss growth ideas and the basics for bots. The conversation ends with some ideas on where the whole space is going.
As always, if you’re interested in messaging you can subscribe to The Chat Bubble on itunes or your favorite podcast app.
I first discovered Qwazou in the Messenger Platform Developer Community Facebook Group. Qwazou is a bot that helps people discover other bots through categories or search. They’ve launched on Faceook and are looking to be the go to directory for all Messenger bots.
In this episode I speak with Anicia Gau about the space and where it’s going. We talk about the best experiences available in Messenger and of course, the name Qwazou.
As always, if you like what you hear, please subscribe to The Chat Bubble podcast on itunes and check out Qwazou at https://www.qwazou.com/
In my opinion, Purple has been the most successful Facebook Messenger campaign since the start of the Facebook Messenger platform. They started as an SMS campaign to explain 2016 election events clearly and in a non-partisan way. In the Summer of 2016 they migrated to Facebook Messenger and have grown a large and engaged list.
Purple didn’t end after election day. They send 1 or 2 daily messages to keep people up to date on US politics and there is a large initiative to help more people become trusted sources using Messenger.
This episode is an essential listen if you’re interested in messaging as a channel for communications.
This is an amazing episode. Daniel has been in the messaging space since 2009 and has been a driving force for some of the most notable campaigns. He’s currently heading a company focused on P2P SMS, which is the newest and most interesting development for text messaging in a while.
Go to Relaytxt.io to chat with Daniel yourself. To subscribe to the podcast on itunes click here. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-chat-bubble/id1191382024 or message us with Facebook Messenger http://m.me/thechatbubble
This post is a little different. There is no interview – just Michael, the host of The Chat Bubble. I’m talking through a really important Facebook Messenger feature release, Messenger As a Destination for Ads.
This episode is a companion piece to a blog post that I published in Chatbots Magazine. Hopefully that between the post and the episode I’m conveying some intelligent thoughts about this new ad-type
To read the post, message us on Facebook and use the hashtag #destination, or just click this link and start the conversation on Facebook Messenger http://m.me/thechatbubble?ref=destination
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Sean McDonald is the CEO of FrontlineSMS http://www.frontlinesms.com/ Frontline uses automated SMS to streamline complex problems at large organizations. Sean and I had an amazing conversation talking amazing campaigns that Frontline as powered, and getting in to the future of messaging.
I love chatting with Sean and hope you enjoy the episode. Be sure to reach out to Frontline if you have questions about text messaging or would like to understand more about launching a campaign.
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Hey there podcast listeners. Here is a conversation with Austen Levihn-Coon. Austen and I probably worked together for the first time in 2010 or 2011, so we go way back. He’s the Chief Innovation Officer at Fission Strategy and has worked on many progressive campaigns.
This episode was recorded way back in November, so it’s a bit of a time capsule to see how we were thinking right after the election.
You can check out Fission at http://fissionstrategy.com. We also mention http://Attentive.ly, which is now part of Blackbaud.
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Chris Lundberg is the Founder and CEO of Frakture – a company that helps non-profits get their list done. Frakture helps non profit organization work smarter by moving data and integrating process across systems. Prior to Founding Frakture, Chris was the co-founder of Salsa Labs, a platform that powers data, actions and donations for non-profits.
Check out Frakture at http://www.frakture.com/
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I’m very excited to publish the first episode of The Chat Bubble. In this episode we discuss what the podcast is about and how we got the name. At the time I’m publishing this post we already have 6 more episodes recorded. Future episodes include an conversation with Purple – the Messenger campaign that started with election news, and has a really interesting future. We also chat with the founder of Relay, who was the point person for SMS at the Bernie Campaign.
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