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Tolstoy vs ChipBot Pylons

Matt Lo
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Matt Lo
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November 17, 2021
Tolstoy vs ChipBot Pylons

Both Tolstoy and ChipBot Pylons look similar.

Face-to-face video products to get more leads and sales. A novel product solution for marketing and sales.

…but are they really the same?

This guide helps explain the major differences between the two products. If you read the guide through, you’ll get a bonus reward. Experience an actual ChipBot Pylon using our exclusive timer feature.

What are they solving?

Let’s unpack this.

  • Personal contextual videos – Show face-to-face videos to website visitors, on a specific page, at the right moment, driving users to act at the most optimum time.
  • Interactive videos – Show face–to–face videos with deeper interaction and complex engagement paths for users to explore on any marketing channel.

What’s the difference here?

Your website is the only overlap between the offerings of both products. ChipBot Pylons is for your website, whereas Tolstoy is a jack-of-all-trades for email, social media, video-only landing pages, and your website.

Pricing, Plans, and Reviews

Important note: Tolstoy is still a very new company, so features, pricing, and offerings may change as they move towards product-market fit.

Video and Website Features

Analytics and Reporting

Performance and Security

Integrations

Bottom Line

The choice couldn’t be any clearer.

  1. If you want to improve your website with video, choose ChipBot Pylons.
  2. If you want to add video interaction into your entire marketing engagement strategy, use Tolstoy.

Both have a free tier. Both have fanatical fans. Both are fast-growing products with amazing customers using them.

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Matt Lo
Matt Lo

Matt is a Houston-based entrepreneur with over a decade of experience building highly scalable web-based technology solutions. Knowledgable in 12 different programming languages and experienced startup veteran; having worked on 6 others. He's currently the founder and CEO of ChipBot. You can reach Matt on Twitter, LinkedIn, or StackOverflow.

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