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What is a good Bot description?
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February 17, 2022

What is a good Bot description?

Let's take a look at the bot description. How do you write it, where do you get your inspiration, and how do you choose the perfect name?

What is a good Bot description?

BOTS wants to make sure that everyone in the world has the opportunity to build a second, passive income through investing. To do so, we need the help of our bot creators. But what can you expect from us, what do we expect from you, and how do things work? Let’s tell you all there is to know.

Let’s take a look at the bot description. How do you write it, where do you get your inspiration, and how do you choose the perfect name? Let’s dive in.

How to choose the right name for your bot

If you open the bots overview in the BOTS app, the first thing you see is the name of the bots. The name of your bot is the first point of contact for your future customer. It’s the thing that makes your bot stand out. So you can imagine how important it is to choose the right name!

A few tips? Make sure that it’s interesting, doesn’t sound shady, and is easy to remember. One of the oldest bots on the platform, which also happens to have the most subscribers, is the Big Friendly Bot. Keep in mind things like intellectual property, so don’t use brand/company names. Also names such as “Gainers More Funds Bot” are a no-go.

Writing the right bot description

The second thing your future customers will see is the bot description. After the name, it’s an essential description for the BOTS app users. It will tell them a little something about the bot and help them in their decision-making process. Even though you give some insight into how the bot works, the general idea is that anyone that reads it can understand it.

Besides the ‘normal’ bot description, you’ll also have a ‘Description for Techies’, which gives you all the freedom to get the tech part on paper. Go wild! Include your Sharpe ratio’s, tell a little something about the ratios you’re using — share whatever your heart desires to.

The Onboarding Guide

But it doesn’t end here: we’ve lots and lots of information included in our Onboarding Guide. You can find the Onboarding Guide on our website, and it tells you all about picking a suitable description for your bot, your team, tips and tricks, and so on.

After reading the guide, you’re ready to upload all the information in the Bot Information Google Docs form. We’ve added a short description and example for your reference in this form.

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