Sales or marketing professionals can embed web forms into web pages and encourage customers, prospects, and leads to enter different types of information. For example, their names or contact details, feedback on a particular product or service, email preferences, etc. Web forms can also be shared via a unique URL in an email, message, comment, and so on.
What is a smart Web Form?
With smart Web Forms, businesses can make sure that every new submission is not only recorded and stored but also timely actioned. Smart Web Forms can automatically add tasks, which are called Next Actions, to new submissions. This way, smart Web Forms encourage businesses to actively manage responses and build meaningful relationships with customers, leads and prospects.
Why web forms are popular among small businesses?
Web forms, when integrated with a CRM system, are a powerful lead generation tool. Businesses can use them to easily collect contact data and take action straight away.
For example, in OnePageCRM, you can automatically set specific tasks next to every new contact added to your CRM via a web form. These tasks can be very simple: “send an email”, “schedule an introductory call”, “follow up with a brochure”, etc. This way you’ll make sure that no new lead or customer has been forgotten.
How much do OnePageCRM’s Web Forms cost?
Smart Web Forms are free for OnePageCRM users. You can start using OnePageCRM for free during the 21-day trial. After the trial expires, you can choose a pricing plan that fits your business goals.
How many web forms can I have?
This depends on your plan but in general, you can have several webforms live (e.g on special landing pages created for online advertisements and adwords, remarketing sites, social media). Meaning you’ll finally know ROI and conversion rate of each of your marketing actions.
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