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Do you remember the last time when you were on a website, you wanted to buy something, but you just didn’t know exactly how to do it. Sure, there was a phone number and a contact form, but somehow the process was more difficult that it should have been.
Call to actions can make websites much more efficient by giving visitors a path to making things easy and convenient right from the start.
In this article, we will look at the call to action in detail: what it is, why you need one and how you can easily implement a call to action on your website.
What Is a Call to Action?
“A call to action is a clear direction that encourages the visitor to take a certain action. The most common example is a Request Call Back button, a design element that is used on most corporate websites.”
Clients Now give you Request Call Back option on your Website. A Request Call Back tool or widget on your site let’s your customers talk to you quickly and easily with a single click after entering their number on the same page. There are many more advantages to using a request a Request Call Back tool:.
Instant Notification – When they fill in a form, you can’t get back to them until you get the email, read it, and then decide if and whether to call. But with a Request Call Back tool, the notification to your phone is instant. You call them back right away, while the person who requested a call back is still on your site. Responding quickly to a client’s request for a call back shows that the business is interested in you and helps build trust. This will increase website lead generation by up to 48% and your lead conversion rate by up to 72%.
Accessibility – When you add a Request Call Back widget on your website. Website visitors don’t have to waste time to find out where your contact page is, and then go through the hassle of filling out a form.
Customizing options – A customizable Request Call Back tool is kind of like the icing on the cake. You don’t have to be a developer to make design changes to the tool to set the colors, fonts, text and position on the page. Anyone in your organization can easily use the tool’s dashboard to set all this to match your website template.