Ditch The Contact Page for More Leads

Jun 27, 2022Web Design, Weekly Website Wins

Hi guys! Popping in for another weekly website win of ditching the “contact me” page.

Quick caveat though not everyone should ditch their contact page. This is for brick and mortar businesses. They should absolutely have a ‘Contact Us’ page and you can see examples in my last video linked below.

Why is a contact page isn’t as effective? It’s passive. People don’t know what’s going to happen if they contact you.

If you keep your contact page, you want to make it super clear what the process is.


Loan Allies is very clear on the options on her Contact page. She gives three main ways she wants you to connect.

Here are 3 examples of what you can do in place of a Contact Page:

If you’ve found this helpful and want more, I have a free video resource called “5 Simple Website Changes to Turn Visitors Into Customers”

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