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The Secret Every Contractor Needs to Know About Their Contact Form

Stop using your contact form as a qualifying sheet! You are losing money by asking for more information than you need to call them back. Because in the final analysis, the only thing your contact form is supposed to do is provide a way for you to reach back to your prospect. So you only ask for the information you need to contact them.

And the kiss of death for most contractors on their contact form?

Watch the video, it has to do with women. This one tip alone will pay for your new truck, I promise. Just execute!

7 responses to “The Secret Every Contractor Needs to Know About Their Contact Form”

  1. Robert Clinton Avatar
    Robert Clinton

    This is a good topic and explanation, Darren. You make a great point about the amount of information that the average home owner is willing to share without getting to know you. Thank you for your help with my website. I appreciate the time you guys took to do that review.

    1. Darren Avatar

      Thanks Robert! Keep up the good stuff on your site!

  2. John Buell Avatar
    John Buell

    Thanks for the tips Darren. I was receiving so much spam via my contact form that I added CAPTCA,but I’m wondering if its stopping some potential customers from filling out the form.

    1. Darren Avatar

      Thanks John!

      If it makes it easier for your readers, deal with the spam!

  3. Mark Viny Avatar
    Mark Viny

    I’m from Cleveland, Ohio and I am wondering what is up with your cap. Please let
    me know. The Browns and Eagles game sure was sloppy.

    1. Darren Avatar

      Hey Mark,

      Cleveland Golf makes clubs, balls, etc. for golf heads. Which I am not. I just like Cleveland! Yeah, you should have beaten us. Good luck with that throwing machine of a QB you have this year! 😉

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