schrieb am 11. Mar 19, 23:07
Danke fuer die schoene Zeit auf dieser Webseite.
Macht weiter so. Da kommt man gerne wieder.
schrieb am 11. Mar 19, 22:57
Watch should have an e-mail page. Websites ranging in proportions and class at a local restaurant with a Fortune 500 company, have contact pages.
At my current startup I've come across an array of requests_ on the pizza delivery guy letting us know he was in the front door to potential investors looking to talk with your management team.
If you're setting your contact page (and getting the traffic volume of an local restaurant) you do not want to think about how to regulate your contact requests when site traffic increases. However you should.
Think of establishing automation that alerts support, sales or some other stakeholders in the company when a contact request comes through. You could make a dropdown field in an application form for sorts of contact requests. You possibly can set up logic in most marketing automation platforms that sends email alerts to the proper resource in your startup according to what type of request the viewer selects.
I used to be buried with contact requests when we launched beta. To be a cloud-based product I saw many product support requests. So we mapped form submissions on our contact page to produce support tickets in Zendesk.
Ensure that you create redundancies so contact requests (important ones!) don't get lost in one particular recipient's inbox. You may alert multiple recipients, create reminder emails, or trigger automatic replies to contact requests with information that will solve their problem.
This is all easy to build with all-in-one marketing platforms like HubSpot.