New York City-based company is offering a self-service platform so marketers can target users with automated conversations.
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Last week, Sprout Social announced a do-it-yourself bot creation platform for Twitter.
This week, Snaps has released its self-service Conversational Marketing Cloud, which lets marketers create chatbots, emoji keyboards and custom iMessages.
The platform has been in beta testing with selected brands — including Nordstrom, Nike Jordan and Marriott Rewards — for the last year by the New York City-based Snaps (not to be confused with Snap, parent company of Snapchat). Here’s a screen for the creation of automated iMessage responses from the Sephora brand:
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