By: admin25 Jan 2012
Why behavioural marketing is important to differentiate online visitors to help and those to add to your newsletter.
By: admin6 Jan 2012
By: admin23 Sep 2011
When dealing with synchronous prospects, in a shop or on a website, you often find yourself with less information than what you can get through other channels. In most cases, the context you can discover from website prospects is inherent to the current visit, except if the prospect had already visited your website before or if the person is logged on the website.
By: admin25 Jul 2011
If you installed a version of the Butterflive widget anterior to 1.5.9 (those are versions downloaded before July 25th, 2011), you might run into a problem when the widget will try to "auto-update".
You will encounter this problem only if you downloaded the Windows ".exe" installer. If you downloaded a ".air" release, you should not face this error message.
By: admin31 May 2011
Since this May, Butterflive is now in the Bay Area!
Our new office is in SOMA, San Francisco, at Parisoma.
169 11th Street,
San Francisco 94103
By: admin7 Mar 2011
Agents Alerts let you know that a visitor on website has reached a score threshold. No need to be full-time on your monitoring page, Butterflive makes a sound and pops a small frame with a link towards the hot prospects.
Engage a chat if he seems interested!
By: admin7 Mar 2011
Butterflive lands in San Francisco for the Web 2.0 Expo!
Here is the Web 2.0 Expo Exhibitors list on the official website.
Come and see us from March 28th to 31st and get to know our new features, like the Agent Alert which rings when a visitor on your website reaches a score threshold!
By: admin22 Sep 2010
That’s a new online marketing tool. It is a live notation system that allows you to determine whether a visitor, through his behaviour on the website, has the potential to be a prospect.
The goal is to make the visitor takes a positive decision (for example, a purchase if it’s an e-Commerce website) thanks to the use of the information gathered.
Why is it so simple?
By: admin21 Sep 2010
There are currently 2 main ways of getting in touch with a website visitor through a Live Chat:
That’s probably the easiest way but a lot of users hesitate doing it.