In today’s Digital Age, there have been many complaints about the loss of interactive websites.
Website creators have chatbots responding for them.
Bloggers no longer respond to comments with the same consistency.
Online help desks can no longer be bothered to help. Instead, they refer their website visitors to forums and articles for assistance.
The feeling that you are visiting interactive websites is going away if it isn’t already completely gone.
For example, I once sent a welcome email to a new subscriber. The man responded by saying he was offended by my “automated welcome” and promptly unsubscribed.
In addition, a commenter on my Virily review insisted that my Virily commenters were bots. Again I became defensive and tried to prove they weren’t.
How can we give our website visitors the feeling that they are on interactive websites where they can engage with people instead of bots and automated answers?
Today’s guest author is here to explain how you can create just that: interactive websites that will leave your visitors feeling like they interacted with exactly what you are– a human.
Her 4 tips are easy to follow and quick to implement.