If You're New to Messenger Marketing, ft. Natasha Takahashi (Co-Founder of School of Bots) with Alex Quin | Episode #21

Episode Description

We’ve teamed up with ManyChat’s Conversations 2019 as the official podcast sponsor! For our fifth episode, we sit down with 21 year old agency owner, Natasha Takahashi. Natasha discusses the ways chatbot messaging was used within her agency then how she used her knowledge to create School of Bots to educate others on the uses of chatbot messaging. If you’re running a Shopify store or have a business of your own, this episode will give some perspective on using message marketing from a young entrepreneur.

Entrepreneurial Wisdom Nuggets:

  • Chatbots are allot easier to implement now that they have been used by so many more companies and agencies.
  • There are a number of resources that are available to you if you are wanting to learn more on marketing and chatbots.
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Podcast Outline

[01:17] 21 year old marketing agency owner Natasha Takahashi

[02:34] Many clients are unaware of the value of messenger marketing

[03:34] Overcoming the challenges of messenger marketing being so new

[04:07] Now is the perfect time to use chatbots

[04:39] Chatbots take time to produce

[06:00] Courses that educate on marketing

[06:50] Natasha’s experience with Jeremy Haynes’ courses

[09:20] Signing up for Natasha’s chatbot courses

[11:10] How to connect with Natasha

Credit: Natasha Takahashi on Instagram

Natasha Takahashi & Alex Quin Power Quotes

“Having one on one conversations at scale wasn’t possible until platforms like ManyChat came around” - Natasha Takahashi
“Chatbots are like teaching digital children, you will have to nurture it” - Alex Quin

Resources Mentioned

Natasha’s Instagram

Natasha’s Chatbot Education Courses


Alex Quin

Entrepreneur. Podcaster. Go-Getter.

Alex Quin is a full-stack marketing expert and global keynote speaker. Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of UADV Marketing - a member of the Forbes Agency Council.

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