Having an online art business is different than most online companies. An online art business is very customer service oriented. For a customer to purchase artwork online, they have to gain the trust of the artist. This is done by communicating and building trust. In this article discover some reasons why you might want to add contact forms to your blogs.
This brings up the question, “should blogs have contact forms?” I feel that having a contact form will greatly enhance your blog and build trust to potential buyers.
I will share some benefits of having a contact form for your artist blog.
Should Blogs Have Contact Forms
This should help answer your question, “Should blogs have contact forms?”
Reasons to have a contact form on your blog:
- It is easy and more convenient for a potential buyer to contact you. You have a better chance of landing a sale if you make it an easy experience for the customer to contact you.
- Contact forms are secure for the buyers.
- Buyers can contact you at any hour if you have a phone number listed. The window that you are available is limited. But having a contact form they can contact you when it is best for them.
- You can gather information from the buyer. Name, phone number, e-mail address and how they found you. This is valuable information for your marketing.
You can easily see the benefits of having a contact form on your art blog. Sometimes the best way to enhance your blog is to find what you do not like about other blogs. Have you ever been to a site and had a question that you could not locate the answer to or any way to contact someone?
As an artist, you want to create bonds with potential buyers. This will lead to long term customers.
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