4 Typeform Strategies to Generate More Leads

Forms are vital to any website and blog post. It’s a way to accept your customer’s information and extend the conversation with them if they’re not ready to become a customer the moment they land on your website. 

In other words, it’s how you generate leads. 

Typeform is a Barcelona based online form company that makes forms more human and making it a corner piece in the Respond Flow team’s marketing stack. 

Here are 5 ways you can use Typeform to generate more leads and engage with your customers.

1. Offer a way for customers to subscribe to your email or SMS newsletter

Building a direct contact list is a proven tactic to increase sales. The key to expanding your lead contact list is just by giving them an option to sign up. Luckily Typeform makes it easy for you to make visually appealing forms that your website visitors won’t shrug at.

An additional way to incentivize your customers to sign up for your list is to offer discounts and incentives for joining the list. Create an on join email or SMS message that offers your new contact a discount to the product or service you provide. Afterward, you can send them relevant messages to convert them into paying customers.

If you’re interested in learning more about how to grow your lists, here’s another blog post on how to do it.

2. Make a form to answer questions

Contact forms are a great solution for businesses just starting out, but after a while, you begin to receive too many inquiries to respond to.

Create a form that lets website visitors leave their information and allows you to contact them when you are ready.

Depending on the software you’re using, you can even automate the follow up to customers so that you can save time following up with customers.

3. Build fun and interactive quizzes

Have you ever taken an online quiz to learn about your personality or even the million Buzzfeed quizzes that tell you which movie actor you resemble?

It might be a fun quiz for your customers and website visitors, but you can also use this as a way to generate leads for your business. 

Here are a few ways you can leverage quizes for your own business.

4. Learn about your customers with Surveys

To keep your marketing relevant for your customers, it’s important to re-up your knowledge of what your customers care about.

Create surveys that ask your customers about their current interests, how they feel about your products, and what they value when making a purchase.

Take this data and retarget your survey takers with relevant content based on their responses.

Matt Morfopoulos

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