HubSpot offers a full stack of software for content, sales and marketing services, as well as free CRM to organise better and build better relationships. Its primary feature is its content marketing flow that enables businesses to effectively respond to a large client base. Although some features are available for free, proper packages start at $35 a month.
MobileMonkey is an all-in-one chatbot platform using AI technology. The platform supports web chat, live chat, SMS and Facebook Messenger bots, and omnichannel marketing. Although it’s not built specifically for the real estate space, MobileMonkey has many realtors that love the platform, as well as all the features the other chatbot platforms on this list have, and more.
Developed by one of the leaders in the AI space, IBM, Watson Assistant is one of the most advanced AI-powered chatbots on the market. Pre-trained with content from your specific industry, Watson Assistant can understand your historical chat or call logs, search for an answer in your knowledge base, ask customers for more clarity, direct them to human representatives, and even give you training recommendations to hone its conversational abilities.
Snatchbot Pricing: Snatchbot has a free and pro plan. The Free plan provides access to all the basic platform features, including live chat, broadcast, all messaging channels, and more. The Pro plan gives you access to all features, and is based on how many messages are sent/received. This is tiered, starting at $30/mo for 10K messages, and goes all the way up to $999/mo for 1Million messages.
This platform enables businesses to build a bot in under five minutes! What is more, they are given the option of choosing between 20 pre-developed bots, or even customise it without any coding requirements. While its key features remain its ability to support a wide range of content — from images to gifs to videos — other reasons to make this your choice of chatbot is its capability to allow users to meet their end-to-end solutions. Although it is free to use (for a limited period), businesses will have to pay $0.0010 per message after that.