A well-crafted contact page will enable the cultivation of a strong relationship with your leads and user experience. Although every business is unique, and every buyer persona needs different things, there are multiple elements in the listed examples that you can pull from including (or not including) in your own contact page.
There’s much going well for Tune’s contact page: the calls-to-action, the clearly displayed contact information, the beautiful design, and the form at the lower part of the fold for visitors interested in getting in touch with specific inquiries.
2. Choice Screening
Hands down, the best thing about Choice Screening’s ‘Contact Us’ page is their copy. It doesn’t get much better than this — all starting with that concise, delightful “Talk to a Human” header.
Following all that great copy is a well-arranged page with contact details including emails for every different department, followed by a form. The form is a bit lengthy for most businesses, but for business running background check of various kinds, the form fields are likely important to assist them to organize all their inquiries.
3. Atlas 1031 Exchange
At an initial look, Atlas 2031 Exchange’s contact page doesn’t have a very sexy design. But you look intensively, you’ll observe that it possesses every single aspect of a great ‘Contact Us’ page – and that begins with functionality.
Let’s be truthful … recently, most people prefer to fill out a form than to start a conversation with someone on the phone. When picking what to inquire from people in your forms, ensure you select ones that’ll assist your specific business understand the person contacting you – and even assist you to qualify them as a potential lead.
You’d be amazed by the number of ‘Contact Us’ pages that don’t include a call-to-action. Even though the main aim of your contact page is to assist people to get in touch with your company, there’ll always be individuals who enter the page and are not interested in filling the form. That’s where a little secondary CTA can fit in nicely.
6. People Metrics
Sometimes, the easiest approach is usually the best approach. People Metrics’ contact page is neat, well written, and does precisely what it’s meant to do. They are aware that the majority of people who enter their contact page are scanning for the simplest and best way to reach out, so they didn’t allow any heavy design to get in the way.
Here is another contact page with a neat, functional design. All the information you should be aware of, including a short form, is consolidated into a shrunk space that doesn’t feel crowded. One method they apply to accomplish this is by converting the large images of the building into maps of the locations – which you can do by clicking the “voir le plan” (“view the map”) button below the address.
8. Weifield Group Contracting
With the constant rise of Google and mobile web browsing heavily in favor of mobile-friendly websites on their search engine results pages, it’s necessary that all pages on your website – including your ‘Contact Us’ page – are mobile-friendly.
This involves keeping forms sweet and brief, simplifying your navigation, including large CTA buttons that simply clickable with a thumb, and large form fields that make it easy for individuals to fill it out on their mobile devices instead of pinching and zooming.
Survicate’s contact page is another instance of a simple and beautiful layout in conjunction with a friendly, welcoming copy. I love sub-header just above the form and beneath the fold, which reads: “Let’s talk about your project.” That type of conversational, colloquial language is precisely the type of copy that makes visitors closer to a brand.
The form itself is simple, with big form fields and CTA buttons – enabling it to be mobile-friendly. Beneath that, they’ve shown all the typical contact information – office address, phone number, hours of operation, email, etc. – in a way that’s easy to scan and read.