We are sure there is a way that will allow both the business and WhatsApp to make money using this new app.
WhatsApp Business is finally rolling out to Android users. Users can choose how group notifications behave and differ them from individual notifications.
As per a study cited by WhatsApp, more than 80 per cent businesses in India and Brazil say that the messaging platform has helped them to not only communicate with customers but also grow their business. With live notifications, users can tap and hold to interact with more options related to a particular notification. The company then also registered some businesses for the beta version of the app. The company said that WhatsApp is used by people all over the world in order to connect with various small businesses.
You can download WhatsApp Business from the Play Store here.
The application, for now, has been rolled out in select countries - Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the USA - but it is expected to be available in other markets and on iOS devices in the coming weeks and months.
You can continue using WhatsApp as usual and there is no need to download anything new. This all helps you build up your business and brand and market your business to people separate from your regular WhatsApp account.
For business owners, the app can help save time with smart messaging tools that bring with them quick replies - fast answers to frequently asked questions - greeting messages that introduce customers to your business, and away messages. WhatsApp plans to roll out the service to other markets "in the coming weeks", it said in an announcement on its website.
Account Type - Accounts will be identified as a business account and businesses will soon be able to have confirmed accounts when their account and business phone numbers match. WhatsApp Business hopefully will get an update in the very near future with this feature. This iOS app hopefully is out within the next month or so.
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