April 6, 2020 at 2:15 pm #2144868
how to create own form for eCommerce website and how get responses
by adnanorg · about 2 years, 4 months ago
Tags: Web development
Hello ! Please tell how can i create form that i can link it to my website / Blog button and how can i get responses ?
Currently i am using google forms but google form not support to appear as pop up window on same page
April 10, 2020 at 8:22 am #2417747
Web Contact Form
by donnamackey83 · about 2 years, 4 months ago
If you’re using WooCommerce for your eCommerce store then i would recommend you to use
– Gravity Forms
– Contact 7 Form
– Ninja Form
– WP form
You can easily integrate them to your store and also track form fill outs in Google Analytics
September 1, 2020 at 7:06 am #2422072
own form for eCommerce
by marks567217 · about 1 year, 11 months ago
own form for eCommerce
1. Contact Form 7
2. Ninja Forms
3. Gravity Forms
4. Formidable Forms
September 3, 2020 at 6:39 am #2422033
4 forms for ecommerce website
by deborasumopayroll · about 1 year, 11 months ago
Here are the four forms I recommend using for your ecommerce site:
1. End of funnel opt-in
This is an offer to subscribe to your newsletter or receive updates from you. Your visitor is already in the account creation/checkout process and has provided a host of personal contact information, including an email address. A single box, checked by default, turns the entire checkout process into an opt-in, so you can continue to market to this person in the future.
2. Exit intent pop-up
People aren’t particularly fond of pop-ups on websites, but the fact remains that they work. Pop-ups can be annoying, but any kind of targeted message can come off annoying when you push anything other than the right message for the right audience. The key is to get your opt-in offer just right and avoid trying to present it in a way that is distracting or intrusive.
Exit intent opt-in forms are something I recommend because they appear only when visitor exhibit a behavior indicating they are about to leave. This includes moving the mouse toward the top of the browser for the back button or closing the window/tab.
3. High on the home page
Every page on your store website, from products to category pages, is a potential landing page for customers, so it’s a good idea to have a simple footer/header opt-in on those pages. The major portion of traffic, though, will come through your home page.
Position a strong call-to-action at the top of your home page that drives visitors to enter their information and subscribe. For your ecommerce store, you can entice them with exclusive discounts, pre-launch product notifications, news, and other subscriber-only content. First-time customer discounts typically work very well for this kind of opt-in.
4. Push notification opt-in
Push notifications have traditionally been used for mobile applications, but they’re now being leveraged by desktop websites. This is a simple opt-in that asks users for permission to send them push notifications.
The benefit here is that those push notifications can hit on all devices. Given that desktop usage still accounts for 42 percent of total web traffic, this is an opt-in that every ecommerce store should be using. You don’t even need to build a costly app to implement push notifications.
September 8, 2020 at 10:24 am #2421945
form creation for ecommerce website
by mrjsoft · about 1 year, 11 months ago
checkout this video about form creation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUBbbNKVUpY
and if you want to get response on your form then you need to do 2 things.
first do SEO of your website to increase organic reach to get more responses.
second: run lead generation ads on your pages via fb ads or google ads and get responses.
if you can not run ads or unable to create forms, MRJSoft can help you design professional forms for your website and run ads to get you responses. visit mrjsoft.com if you have any query.