Create a beautiful online membership application form in seconds. Learn how Prof. Elizabeth Stokoe helped optimize this template for respondents.
Impress prospective members with a beautiful application form that matches your brand.
Boost your membership by making it easy to apply anywhere, anytime and on any device.
Instantly send out welcome emails or process membership fees as new members join the club.
Your application typeform might be the first time a potential new member experiences your brand. With that in mind, you’ll need to ask the usual name-phone-email questions. But it’s also a unique opportunity to build trust. What are you offering in exchange for their data? Include membership levels, fees, and benefits—all contributing to the promise of your membership offer. Ask critical questions to steer potential members towards their goal right off the bat—letting them know they’re in good hands. Collect membership fees within your typeform to bring it all together.
When the applicant has answered all the questions and hits ‘send’, the info is yours. But having info and not doing anything with it is a bit like storing a Ferrari in a garage and never taking it for a spin. You can use Zapier to race answers over to MailChimp, Evernote or to Google Sheets and from there upload it to your membership management software. From there, mold the data any way you want. Is your organization more than a committee of one? Collaborate with key team members using shared workspaces. You’ll be in good company, too—loads of people are using Typeform as their membership app.
Think of Typeform as an extension of your brand. Dress it up with your brand’s fonts and colors, and throw in engaging visuals using images, GIFs, or videos. Now you’re ready to share. Just copy and paste the link to your typeform, or embed it right into one of your webpages. The look and feel of the typeform can match that of your website. Make it easy to find; identify the pages that bring in the most traffic to your site, and add some carefully-placed call to action buttons that invite people to join. Or don’t, if you want your Minecraft club to be exclusive to you and your best buddy.
Your membership form is the first experience a new member has of your organization, so it’s best to make a good impression. With that in mind, it is best to avoid membership application forms in word or pdf formats. These printed forms mean people can only signup in person. Go for an online membership application form, this way you can share the form easily and securely store all the information. To make a form, you should do the following:
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