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Introducing Contact Me App

Posted by Jake on September 28, 2010 at 9:03 PM

Turn your site visitors into sales leads - and then into customers - with ContactMe! The free, customizable, eye-catching ContactMe button encourages site visitors to submit their contact information to you. Voila, new leads in your inbox!


What is it?

The ContactMe button will appear on each page of your website. You get to customize the button by choosing a color, choosing the button text (e.g., “Contact Me”), and choosing a position (e.g., “right-middle” or “left-top”) for the button. No matter where visitors scroll, the button stays on the page in the position you designate.


How it works

When a visitor clicks the button, it pulls up a contact form, which lets the visitor submit his or her name, email address, phone number, and a message to you. You’ll receive this contact information in an email. Voila, a hot new lead!In addition, a new (optional) “Contact” page will be automatically created on your site. A contact form is embedded on the page to give site visitors another direct line to you.


ContactMe is more than just a button.

Behind the button is a complete set of features to manage all of your business contacts, tasks, appointments, and more. After getting new leads through your button, you can keep track of them with your free account at ContactMe.com which lets you do things like take notes on a contact's status or upload attachments. You can also assign yourself tasks and track your schedule.


Keep up with your business on your mobile phone!

Get an instant text message when a new contact submits your form so you can follow up immediately! ContactMe even has an iphone app (coming soon) hat lets you track all of your contacts, tasks, calendar and more from anywhere!

 


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1 Comment

Reply Nick Rameau
10:37 AM on October 2, 2010 
I already knew this app before it partnerships with webs.com