Embedding your mobile-ready contact form in your website is as easy as copy & paste.
Easily match the design of your form to your style and personality. Choose colors, fonts, and more.
People like contacting people. Ask only one question at a time, just like a real conversation.
A contact form is simply a way for your web visitors to get in touch with you directly from your site, meaning they don’t have to switch to their email or phone. On many websites, it’s a way to filter inquiries and grab those that are sales related. Whether you want to create a form for blogging, partnerships, to generate leads, or just customer question—contact us forms are essential for any website.
There are several ways to approach this one.
If you have a web developer inhouse, they’ll be able to code this into your site or use an HTML contact us template.
Sure, there are many contact us form templates online, but with Typeform you are able to create the whole thing and embed it on your webpage—with no need for a web developer.
To make a contact us form with Typeform, follow these steps:
With a typeform template, there’s no need to download contacts, you can simply integrate the typeform directly into your existing CRM.
Online contact us forms should include:
Inquiry categories will help you answer queries quickly and will help you direct messages to the correct department. You should also consider who will be in charge of the follow-ups and how you will integrate the form with Mailchimp or any other tools you are using to manage contacts.
Although they may seem basic, contact us forms are very important. These visitors want to engage with you, and potentially this can lead to sales and partnerships. There are some best practices for contact us forms that are perfectly demonstrated in these examples:
Mailchimp This has a subject category which sends users to the right contact
Zendesk This form provides all the contact information for each country office
Hubspot This works well as they immediately separate sales inquiries from all other types
Typeform Our own form, simple with no noise—just information capture
With high-intent pages, it is always a good idea to continuously test wording and page features to ensure these pages perform well and you continue to build your database and contact list.
Not at all. You won’t even have to know what HTML or CSS means. With a little help from the Typeform form builder, contact forms are simple to create, and they’ll look beautiful, too. Just drag and drop your questions, write your copy, and hit ‘save’. Once you’re happy with the way your contact form looks, you can start receiving new messages immediately.
Yes, you can. You can choose to embed your typeform contact form in an existing web page, open as a popup, or even have it take up the entire page. With Typeform’s copy-paste embed code, you can embed your contact form using WordPress, Joomla, or alternatively, you can add it straight into your own HTML code. Whether you’re a blogger or a website owner, your contact form will look sleek on mobile, tablet, and desktop alike. Let your audience reach you anywhere, anytime.
Certainly. Contact forms made with Typeform can be integrated with more than 500 apps. Want to add email entries to your MailChimp account? There’s an integration for that. If you’ve asked for file uploads in your contact form, you can easily store them in Dropbox. Or, have Zendesk prioritize your messages for you. With integrations you can build entire, automated workflows.
Yes! Pick the fonts and colors that match your brand, and add your own selection of images, videos, or GIFs. Typeforms ask only one question at a time—just like in a real conversation. Treat your typeform contact form as an extension of your brand’s personality. Add friendly and engaging copy so your respondents leave more valuable responses. Remember how business used to be personal?
“We’re using Typeform for all of our forms, and I’m amazed that average time to completion is fastest on mobile almost across the board.”
Michael H. Babcock - Director of Marketing Communications