Find inspiration for building high-converting LeadGen forms
This is a simple and easy way to give your website visitors a good estimate about social media marketing service cost based on their needs and more.
How can a Software-as-service (SaaS) business help visitors that are not yet ready to sign-up? Use a multi-step form to address their questions and capture their details.
This is an inquiry form of a video production and marketing agency. Rather than maximizing conversions, the aim to is to filter out the best leads and to qualify.
A LeadGen form that presents customized financial support schemes available due to Coronavirus. Select your choices and get a custom action point list.
Use this multi-step LeadGen form to collect leads for donations of voluntary purposes, such as healthcare service providers and emergencies.
Get sign-ups for webinars with this registration form. Capture leads and connect them to email automation with link to the webinar.
Enquiry form for health- and coaching practices, e.g. for psychotherapists, chiropractors and nutritionists. Combining input fields + buttons for best user experience
This is a simple form to capture customer feedback. Users don’t have time for long surveys anymore, so simply choose a rating form like this for instant feedback.
This form is promoting a launch of a new mobile app, allowing interested users to pre-register by subscribing with their email address.
This prize draw form can be used on web content and also in person, e.g. on tablets at trade shows. It’s a simple form without question titles to capture more sign-ups.
Giving out free content is good, giving away free tools even better. This is a form to download a calculator, helping marketers plan the key metrics of an online ad campaign.
Service selection and enquiry form for web design agencies, presenting visual choice buttons before asking for personal details. Great for other B2B service companies as well.