How to create Telegram chatbot to stay in touch with your audience?

You might be using the Telegram application for communication, sending audio, videos, and kindred things. But have you ever heard how it can help you boost your business? If not, then this blog is for you to collect gems of important information.
You might be using the Telegram application for communication, sending audio, videos, and kindred things. But have you ever heard how it can help you boost your business? If not, then this blog is for you to collect gems of important information. Businesses are aspirant to enhance their website traffic, and boost revenues; for that to happen, they are advised to use the Telegram chatbot to achieve the stated perks. We have dedicated this article to imparting valuable information regarding how a Telegram chatbot can be created. So, let us start without further ado!

What is a Telegram chatbot?

Telegram has introduced small programs that are executed in the Telegram environment and interestingly do not require any additional installation processes. To create effective chatbots, use message flows with pre-specified resposnes, auto replies and certain actions to carry out particular functions, pursue instructions, or interact with a customer. But why are the Telegram chatbots become so popular? Here are a few reasons why these chat-bot has attracted a plethora of users...
Easy to use: Telegram offers a user-friendly chatbot that can be operated quite easily compared to other applications which offer an interface this is a bit hard and you need to memorize by practicing where to tap for a specific action or not. Telegram offers you an easy-to-use chatbot to have simple and clear communication.

Minimally promotional: Telegram chatbot requires minimum investing, particularly we are accustomed to involving in. Brushing it aside, this chatbot concentrates more on users' needs than demanding investment.

No need to re-login: These Chatbots eliminate the hassle of re-logging, signing up, and authorizing each time we use them. We can block the chat unless we need it, it avoids redundant chats and messaging.

Massive audience: Telegram channels are vital tools to share your messages with an unlimited audience. Telegram groups can be used up to 200k users.

Security standards: Telegram can be massive effects with 500 million active users worldwide every month. Many users love this platform as it is multiplatform and extremely secure. The primary feature of Telegram is that it is "secure".

How to create a Telegram chatbot?

During the bot creation phase, it will be more beneficial to install Telegram on the device you use to write code. That way, you can quickly test it every time. You will also be able to copy and paste the API key of your Telegram bot directly. So how do you get this API key? There's actually a bot for that too! BotFather! Start a conversation with him and follow simple steps he will give you. Once you've created a bot and received your authentication token, go to the Bot API guide to see what you can teach your bot to do:
• Type BotFather in your Telegram search box. Click on it to open the bot.
• Type the command /newbot to create a new bot. Choose a name for your new bot.
• You'll get an HTTP API token when you're done. Keep this token safe and keep it safe. The person and people who have this token can manage your bot…
• Now choose a username for your new bot. Usernames can be 5-32 case-insensitive characters long. As a rule, the username must end with the suffix -bot. Like RADAARBot or RADAAR_bot.
• After that steps, your Telegram bot is ready.

Organize your bot's structure...

Telegram chatbots operate on the basis of some triggers (It is essentially a condition used to send an auto-reply or generate flow messages). You can use two different types of triggers to establish a chatbot. Predefined triggers consist of some messages that initiate conversation. These messages can be like welcome messages etc. Custom-made Triggers consists of generating a message premised upon a condition. In simple words, such responses will be generated only when a condition is met. Conditions can be created by going to the "Bot Structure" tab and clicking " Create a new trigger."

Streamline your Telegram use through RADAAR integration!

By linking your Telegram account to RADAAR, you can make it easier to manage your messages and prevent anything from being overlooked. You can easily and effectively manage your social media while using Telegram, one of RADAAR's many integrations.

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The social inbox is a unified inbox of all of your social media channels messages. It allows you to see and engage in all your social conversations, mentions, comments, and messages in one place so that you can deliver responses quickly and keep your community happy. Learn more.
RADAAR lets you connect Facebook (pages), Instagram (business accounts), Twitter, and LinkedIn (company pages) with its engagement features. For now, Instagram direct messages aren't supported by the Instagram API. Only Instagram comments will appear in your inbox. Learn more.
Yes. You can easily export all your incoming messages in Excel or CSV format. Learn more.
The social inbox helps you engage with your audience across social channels by displaying all messages in one place. Also, for teams scattered across various locations, divisions, and time zones, it's crucial to have a social inbox. With the help of the mobile application it allows you to review and respond to your inbox items on your smart phone. Learn more.
You can archive or delete conversations from your inbox. If someone replies to a conversation that you've archived, the messages will appear again in your inbox. Also, the starred conversation feature allows you to bookmark specific conversations so that you can quickly refer back to them later. Learn more.
Yes. You can measure incoming conversations and messages per platform, sentiments (positive/neutral/negative), and number of handled messages. Learn more.