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  1. Andy
    January 30, 2013 @ 11:59 am

    That was worth the review fee and then some. Good spot.

    What do you think to my lightbulb moment of not having a contact form, rather just display a nice big email link with an obfuscated email address to keep the spammers at bay. It all comes through to the same place doesn’t it? And for data “collection” you get a name, email address and message just like on a contact form.

    I guess you miss out on some of the features of all singing contact forms, but we just want to make contact first off, not get too creative before we even have a relationship going.

    Whats your gut thought?

    • Darren
      January 30, 2013 @ 12:58 pm

      Hey Andy!

      Thanks for stopping by! I like contact forms for one reason…people are still scared of links, especially when they can’t see where it goes. A contact form also gives you the ability to get a bit of a heads up on what they are looking for by having a comment section. That being said, don’t ask for more info than you need to get back to them, this isn’t a sales tool, it’s a contact form. Thanks again Mate for stopping by, I hope things are going well for you and you had a great holiday!