Data and Audience
The contact form on a website is today’s version of yesterday’s self-addressed, stamped envelope. Today, that vehicle for communication exists in the form of a page on a web site that allows access for communication between users and company owners. The contact form saves the visitor from having to find and then copy and paste an email address to create email communication from scratch. The form also allows the site owner to pre-determine information they would like to have from the person filling out the form. Maybe the form asks for an email address, reason for contacting you and mailing address, for example. It makes communication easy and streamlined.