Allowing your website visitors to be able to contact you is essential but there are a few important things to consider if you are to avoid problems with unwanted contacts from spammers.
The following examples of CAPTCHA fields illustrate a few real worl examples which complicate the whole process. They make completing the process too difficult and are likely to drive your visitors away.
Contrast the above examples with one of our CAPTCHA fields. This is only one of a range of options
and we can also design the graphics to match the style of your website.
There are many other poor examples of CAPTCHA forms out there, some of the most frustrating ones to use are the ones that ask you to click on images of steps, traffic lights, doors, bicycles and a whole load of other nonsense.
Our basic contact forms gather:- Name, Email Address, Phone Number and the message that your visitor wants to send.
Our contact forms can also be tailored to suit your specific requirements and can include specific questions such as which of your products or services your visitors are interested in.
In order to improve our contact form filters, we store all the rejected messages and regularly review them. It doesn't make for pleasant reading but by constantly evolving our filters, we can continue to offer a unique service which other website designers are unable to deliver.
We make no secret of our dislike for Wordpress and with good reason. They don't have useful features like contact forms built in, you have to load a plugin and then learn how to put it all together and hope it works. If you want anti spam and security features, on your contact form, you then have to pay to build it yourself - what a rip off!