There are several ways to publish the forms for invitations, web registrations, surveys, etc. that you create in HeyForm. One of the most effective ways to publish the form is to embed it directly into your website. In this way, you can achieve the feeling that your registration form or web notification is part of… Continue reading Embed notifications and invitations on your website
Regularly conducting customer surveys helps you gain useful insights into your target audience, the market, and your company.
As different as the use cases for online forms are, so are the requirements for the online form. A few tricks will help you to integrate the desired functions into the web form. File types for file upload Files can also be uploaded with an online form. However, in most cases, you do not want… Continue reading Tips and tricks for online form creation
We think honest feedback in any respect is just great! Not only because we deal with it on a daily basis, but because we are convinced that properly asked questions and honest answers bring about positive change. Especially in companies, employee surveys are an excellent tool to determine employee satisfaction or to make internal processes… Continue reading Employee surveys: Anonymity versus clear names?
Do you know the feeling of a “flow” effortless accomplishment of big tasks? Imagine a marketing department where such a flow is a daily reality: one gear meshes with the other. The output: Customers ready to buy. Such a flow is promised by the so-called Marketing Flywheel… What is the Marketing Flywheel? According to its… Continue reading Take off with the Marketing Flywheel
Users come to your website with different motives and intentions: some want to find out about topic A. Others are more interested in topic B. A good link structure ensures that all users feel at home and reach their destination. Others are more interested in topic B. A good link structure ensures that all users… Continue reading What makes a good link structure?
First and foremost, your infographic must be self-explanatory, i.e. it must be comprehensible to the viewer even when detached from the rest of the content of an article. If, on the other hand, it is necessary to read a passage of text or view other infographics in order to understand it, it does not meet… Continue reading What makes a good infographic?