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WeChat Marketing Bots

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by redandblue, Jul 3, 2016.

  1. redandblue

    redandblue Newbie

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    Anyone with experience or could provide one? All of them seem to be in Chinese, so was trying to see if there was an english one out there
     
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    95% people on wechat is Chinese thats why lol
     
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  3. redandblue

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    Yeah I get that. Ive found a few bots that are entirely in chinese, so I wanted to see if there was one with an english interface but could send messages in Chinese
     
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    I haven't seen one either, ill keep an eye out though
     
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    as i told you in the other thread, there are at least 200 wechat bots in china but the only thing anyone on this forum can do for you is act as a purchasing agent since nobody will spend time to translate manuals and explain interfaces to you.

    what i recommend for you is: 1. go to fiverr, find any of the " i will do anything in chinese for you " people. give them the cost of the bot in us$ through paypal [ they range from us$8 one-off [ automated message senders ] to us$2100 per month [ scrapes real-life conference halls dates and emulates false gps coordinates to advertise to conference participants using location-based popups ].

    2. after the guy buys what you like, ask him NOT to translate the wording on each button/header etc. but instead to take SCREENSHOTS of every single dialog and instead of translating what it says, he should explain in the screenshot WHAT HAPPENS after it is clicked. do not bother with translations or people who say they will translate -- you will learn nothing and you will not be able to use the programs in the unique ways that you like. what you need is to understand the actions of each feature, not only the word it is named after
     
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  6. redandblue

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    Thanks so much for the advice. Do you have any links where these bots can be found?
     
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