Contact form and button. Our contact form turns your visitors into customers!
Simply put, it’s the easiest way to get a contact form on your blog. Unlike other contact form providers like contact form 7, you will never have to touch a line of code to create, edit, or modify your contact form. Just install the contact form plugin, choose the email address you want your contact form submissions to go to, and you’re done! Editing your contact form is also a SNAP with our WYSIWYG contact form.
Editing is super simple. Just open your plugin and click the edit button to visit our WYSIWYG editing interface. With our contact form editor, you can create a beautiful and customized contact form, including a picture of your logo, your address and phone, and more.
Yes! We currently support over 10 languages for your contact form. Got a new one you want us to add? Just contact our support team and we’ll add it!
The ContactMe button is a gorgeous shiny button that sits on the side of your blog and maintains position even as your visitors scroll so your contact form is always one click away! When someone clicks the button, your contact form pops right up in a beautiful window, darkening the rest of the screen and focusing the user on completing your contact form. The ContactMe button and contact form has been proven again and again to improve conversions on a website.
Absolutely! ContactMe goes way beyond a simple contact form plugin. Setup auto-responders for your contact form, add a captcha to prevent spam, get contact form submissions via SMS, encourage users to follow and tweet you with a custom success message, and more! We also have reports so you can track your contact form performance over time. ContactMe also offers a full suite of contact management tools so that you can actually manage the leads that come in through your contact form. It’s like a really simple and lightweight mini CRM tool just for small and microbusinesses.
What are you waiting for? Get your free contact form today and start watching your leads grow!
Requires: 2.0.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-9-17
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