schrieb am 15. Mar 19, 16:54
Ich bin gerade zufaellig auf Ihrer Webpage gelandet (war auf der Suche nach einer anderen Seite).
Ich moechte diese websiete nicht verlassen, ohne Ihnen ein Lob zu dieser gut strukturierten und schick designten Page zu hinterlassen!
schrieb am 15. Mar 19, 16:52
Every business really should have a message page. Websites ranging in dimensions and sophistication at a local restaurant to your Fortune 500 company, have contact pages.
At my current startup I have seen a number of requests_ through the pizza delivery guy letting us know he was in the door to potential investors looking to communicate in with our management team.
When you find yourself setting increase your contact page (and finding the traffic volume of the local restaurant) you will possibly not be considering how to deal with your contact requests when traffic increases. And you should.
Think of establishing automation that alerts support, sales as well as other stakeholders as part of your company when a communication request comes through. You can create a dropdown field in submit form for types of contact requests. You may arrange logic for most marketing automation platforms that sends email alerts to the appropriate resource with your startup determined by what sort of request the viewer selects.
I became buried with contact requests as we launched beta. To be a cloud-based product I saw many product support requests. So we mapped form submissions on our contact page to create support tickets in Zendesk.
You should also setup redundancies so contact requests (important ones!) don't get lost in 1 recipient's inbox. You may alert multiple recipients, create reminder emails, or trigger automatic replies get in touch with requests with information which could solve their problem.
This is a piece of cake to create with all-in-one marketing platforms like HubSpot.