Your Website Contact Form
"Improve Your Website Visitor Experience and Communication by Building Your Own Website Contact Form"
Website contact management can set apart the most successful small business from the wanna-be's.
Whether you provide information, services, or hard goods, your website visitors are bound to have questions, suggestions, and sometimes praise!
If you've ever called a customer support helpline only to get an automated machine, then you already know how frustrating it can be not to have some sort of human interaction.
By providing your visitors with a clear cut way to reach you, you not only improve the customer/visitor experience, but you allow for improved communication that can lead to improved business opportunites in the future.
If you're a SiteBuildIt! user, then your contact form is easy to setup and is built right into your existing software (All you have to do is tailor it to include the information you want to gather).
If you're a Wordpress or Blogger user, it's often easiest to do a Google search for contact form plug-ins to see what is most up-to-date for your version of your blogging software.
A Couple Web Site Tips...
There are a few items you'll want to take into consideration when setting up your first form.
HINT: The more information required, the fewer submissions you'll receive.
The most basic form may only require your website visitor's first name and email address.
It's important to remember, though, that sometimes email filters will prevent your visitor from receiving your response.
In that case, you may also ask for a preferred phone number at which to reach them.
On the extreme end of initial contact forms, you'll often see requests for a home or business address.
This can come in handy if you plan on sending direct mailings, postcards, gifts, or other information relevant to your website's topic.
If you're learning how to blog it may be beneficial to use a "bare bones" approach initially, with the option for your visitor to provide more detailed contact information following a purchase or email opt-in.
Have fun and Great Luck!
Committed to your success,
David I. Bohmiller, President
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