[This post was first published on blog.polydojo.com ] Today, most websites and blogs have contact forms. But unfortunately, only rarely are well made. They tend to be long and dense. Sometimes, they don't even work. In this blog post, we'll discuss how you can build forms that are easy to fill . We'll talk about building a contact form for your website or blog. Contact forms can serve as import lead generation channels; and when implemented correctly, they can considerably boost sales. Empathy Is The Key To Better Forms Thinking about our own needs comes naturally to us. When it comes to contact forms, businesses tend to many questions. They may ask for the prospect's name, address, industry, company size etc. From the business' perspective: more questions ⇒ more information ⇒ greater chance of closing more sales. However, from a prospect's perspective, filling a long form with lots of buttons and toggles can be rather tedious. Inste
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It's great that your website has a "Contact Us" Page. But are enough of your visitors contacting you? In this article, we'll explore a few ideas for generating more leads with your contact page. 1. Ask Prominently Make it a point to prominently highlight the primary goal of your website. E-commerce sites usually highlight "Shop Now" and software services ask you to "Sign Up" or "Start Free Trial". If your website's primary goal is to get visitors to contact you, use a bold, highlighted, attention-grabbing "Contact Us" or "Get In Touch" button, on each and every page of your website. 2. Ask More Than Once Many visitors, after visiting your homepage and noticing your prominent "Contact Us" button, will scroll down to see the rest of your site. As the reach toward the bottom, remind them to contact you ! I recommend giving your visitors at least three opportunities to contact you.