Have you ever invested your time and energy reading through a website only to find there was no way to get in touch with anyone when you had a question?
Frustrating, isn’t it?
Surely, you’re not frustrating your own online visitors like that… right?
While the contact page may not be the most important page on your site, it’s still pretty damn important. In fact, it’s considered one of the four most important pages on a website along with the home, about us, and blog pages.
But there’s more to it than giving people a way to get in touch with you. Like the other important pages on your site, there are tips, tricks, and best practices you should follow when crafting your high performing contact page.
In July 2018, we introduced the new contact form feature in Thrive Architect along with four tips to help you create better contact forms.
Today, we’re going to show you even more contact page best practices along with some good and bad examples for you to study.