Building a Messenger Bot For Facebook

I decided to write a short guide on how to build a Facebook Chatbot for Facebook. In this article, I'm going to show you the best way to approach Facebook and get your Bot ready to go. A Bot is basically a program that sends automated messages to people using Facebook Messenger.

You should use a Facebook Chatbot as a sales person or as a personal assistant, it will help you make more money using Facebook. You can also use the Bot as a way to create an effective advertising campaign on Facebook.

There are many guides on how to build a Bot for Facebook, but I found the following to be the best of the lot. Here's what you need to know:

The first thing you need to do is find someone who's willing to build the Bot for you. They will not only get paid for building your Bot but they will also get paid a lot of other things as well. Some of the things you will get include time and experience. The more experience the better.

With the help of the builder, you will then set up the Bot to have a login to your Facebook account. Once your Bot has been built, it should have a few friends.

Next, you need to create a profile for your Bot. Your Bot will have a profile. Create a profile that is fun, engaging and easy to read.

Your Bot will be able to send messages when you feel it is required. It will send messages for you to respond to or type in. The responses should be short and sweet and generally contain only the keyword you want.

When a person asks for a response from your Bot, type it in the text box. Thismeans that you're Bot is 'testing' and sending messages that it feels it needs to test. The messages should be short and sweet and the responses should be short and sweet too.

Once you've completed all these steps, you should test your Bot by asking it for something. Then test again and ask it for more and so on.

A great thing to do is test a Bot on yourself. Ask it for something, answer it and test it again. Do this until it has an understanding of the different things you ask it for.

Once you've tested your Bot on you, test it on someone else! It may sound like a dumb idea but it worked for me! It took me about three minutes to get my Bot to start working but it has worked wonderfully!

Finally, you need to get your Messenger Bot to say the keyword that you want it to. You can do this by adding some commands to the Bot. The best way to add commands is to use the Facebook Developer Console.