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Posted November 11, 2010 By Vangie Beal     Feedback
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Web Forms and Buttons for Contacts and Leads

One of the most important features of ContactMe is its sales leads buttons and forms. The ContactMe button can be displayed on any of your websites and some social networking sites, like Facebook, so potential customers can reach out and send you a message.

When you post a ContactMe button, it stays on the page regardless of where visitors scroll, and when someone clicks on the button, the contact form pops up. As forms are submitted, the leads are automatically added to your ContactMe contact list. Using easy copy-and-paste code, you can also embed the ContactMe form directly into your website's "Contact" page, removing the need to manually transfer new contact information to the small business CRM system.

ContactMe integrates with a number of platforms, including WordPress, Constant Contact, Facebook, Twitter and a number of popular services. It presently offers some integration with Google Apps, but ContactMe co-founder and CEO Haroon Mokhtarzada told eCRM Guide that additional Google integration for Google Apps Marketplace is in development.


ContactMe Pricing

ContactMe is available in two versions: Standard and Pro. The Standard version is free and offers ContactMe Buttons and Forms for unlimited contacts and groups. The pro version includes these features plus Notes, Attachments Calendar, Tasks, Reminders, Mobile Apps and Stats for $9.95 per month, with additional savings offered on a one-year subscription.

Vangie Beal is a veteran online seller and frequent contributor to She is also managing editor of You can tweet with her online @AuroraGG.


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