First Contact: Building Out The Perfect Contact Form For Your Website

May 02, 2018 by BizTraffic Team

You've spent dozens of hours carefully crafting the look and feel of your website. Everything is streamlined, loads quickly, and has a thoughtful and logical navigation pipeline. There's only one thing missing (and it might be the most important element!): the perfect contact form.

Your website's contact form is the end-all be-all of your lead generation pipeline. Whether the visitor to your website got there via your ingenious inbound marketing techniques (e.g. organic traffic to your amazing content!) or clicked one of your smartly-crafted PPC ads on Google, they're eventually going to want to take the next step in their buyer's journey and get in touch with you.

Make sure that your business is making the most of every website visitor. Seal the deal with our guide to making the perfect contact form for your website.

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Filed Under: customer feedback, website design, lead generation, thank you pages, contact form

Almost Half of All Businesses Are Making This Huge Mistake

June 06, 2017 by BizTraffic Team

According to a Capital One survey, 44% of companies don’t have a website. That means almost half of the businesses out there are ignoring one of the biggest profit drivers available.

Websites affect almost every aspect of business, from credibility to searchability. If your business doesn’t have a website, you are hurting you current sales and your future prospects.

Not having a website is such a huge mistake that it may reach back in time to affect the past in ways we can’t even fathom, defying all known laws of physics.

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Filed Under: Website Development, social media, website marketing, roi, website design, lead generation

How to Get 500,000 Impressions for Only 15¢

May 10, 2017 by BizTraffic Team

How much are you willing to pay for a new lead? Andrew Cooney paid everything he had in his pocket.

It was the best 15 cents he ever spent (ok, 15 cents is an estimate). All he did was put money in an expired parking meter. That 15 cents got him 500,000 impressions in one day

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Filed Under: social media marketing, branding, social media, Buyer's Journey, impressions, lead generation