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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Easy Web Forms For Your Site

The thing that makes the Internet so different from television is interactivity.

The Web is all about two-way communication. Your site can't merely present information, or even compelling images and graphics.

You need to have a conversation with your visitors.

That's where a good web form comes into play.

Whether it's taking comments from customers, or collecting contact information for sales leads, your site needs forms.

Adding a simple email form or contact form to a website can often be a tough task for an inexperienced web designer. A lot of people who start a website or a small Internet business use simple templates to put a website together while having little or almost no knowledge of HTML programming.

Those who have already used Forms4Free have praised the fact that it has helped liberate them from other services that process their form remotely and use their redirect page as an advertising billboard. Also, if the customer needs further assistance, Forms4Free works with the customer, after they order the formmail file, to fix anything that might be wrong with their form or to resolve any other technical issues until the form works perfectly. It’s a valuable service that will be around for a long time.

Using formmail is important, because it enables webmasters to process their form through their own website, as opposed to using an outside service, which processes forms for the customer on their own server.

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