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Have you ever thought of how you can send custom emails that suit the content of your forms after someone submits them? Well, Formaloo lets you customize the emails sent on each form separately.
The essential steps that every business should do to convert more visitors into repeat customers. These easy steps dramatically improve the conversation rate and RIO of any business and reduce their CAC (customer acquisition cost).
Formaloo Logic essentially gives your app and database multiple functionalities in a very simple way. It simply lets you create any conditions you want, create logic jumps and criteria you want to customize your app or form’s behavior.
The exciting and powerful features we’ve added to Formaloo form builder and databases recently, are “Hidden Field” and “Alias ID”. Perhaps you’ve experienced the times when you need to add initial value to your form’s questions. With Alias ID, this will happen quickly with no knowledge of coding.
Google Forms is the most popular form builder in the world, particularly because many students use it but more and more businesses are leaving it because frankly, it’s too basic. Google Forms lacks security, conditional logic, the ability to accept payments, customizations, development tools, and many other features that all businesses need, and worst of all, it looks truly awful, especially on mobile screens.
Omnichannel is the idea of efficiently using all of your channels to create a unified experience for your customers. In omnichannel marketing, you track and analyze the behavior of your customers through your sales funnel. Then you will be able to provide a personalized customer experience with a seamless message that adjusts to your customer.
We’re living in a world where customers interact with every brand through various channels. It may be through the website, social media, support helpdesk, blog, online reviews, ads, emails, etc. How can brands keep up with all these customer touchpoints? How can they build a unified customer experience through every touchpoint?
Increasing profits as an e-commerce store can be a very exhausting job. If you’re interested in getting into the action and reaching the profit your business deserves to make, you might not know where to begin. If that sounds like you – take a breath and relax. In this post, we’re going to examine the steps you need to go through to set up a profitable Shopify e-commerce store.
In business, the smart model of decision-making is an important concept for drawing conclusions. You might have heard about this model in which the “S” stands for specific or significant information, the “M” is for measurable or meaningful data, the “A” is for agreed-upon or actionable intelligence, as well as achievable standards, the “R” is for relevant information, as well as realistic goals, and the “T” is for time, as in the amount of time needed to make decisions and reach goals.