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How to Add a “Request a Quote” Form to Your Facebook Page

One of the questions I have been asked the most by entrepreneurs who attend my webinars and trainings on Facebook is “How did you get a quote request form onto your Facebook page?” I’m asked often enough that you will find a lesson dedicated to this topic in my Facebook Accelerator course. I’d like to share that lesson with you here today.

The important thing to know here is that it’s not just a form you can embed on Facebook; you can embed ANY web page in a Facebook tab. It could be your home page, your “about us” page, a sales page for one of your products or programs, a form people can fill out to be added to your email marketing list… the possibilities are endless! The good news is that it’s quick and easy to do, too. Now for all of you who are thinking “Yeah, maybe for you, but I’m not ‘techy’ like you are!” I want you to put those doubts aside. I PROMISE you that this is something you can do. It’s click, click, click, paste a link, and save. Not too bad, right? You can do that!

One thing that is important to note is that if you are going to embed a page into Facebook, you should be aware that if it isn’t hosted on a secure server, it may not show up for everyone. There are some web browsers that allow people to block embedded content that is not secure. If they are doing that, and you embed a link that is not secure, all that person will see is a blank page. It’s not going to cause a problem for everyone, but it is something to be aware of!

I mentioned a couple of links in the video today and I wanted to be sure that you have them here to check out if you are interested.

JotForm – a quick and easy way to set up a SECURE quote form that can be pulled into Facebook very easily. It’s also easy to embed these forms into your website as well.

Shortstack and Heyo are both great resources for building custom apps to run contests and other options for list building from your Facebook page.

Check out today’s video lesson to learn how to add custom apps to your business page!

If you would like to learn more strategies for how to use your Facebook page, your personal profile, video marketing, and Facebook groups to attract more clients and grow your business, you can save $100 on my Facebook Accelerator course by using the discount code TROSMITH.

Lori HeadshotLori Hardegree is a social visibility expert with and is the creator of the Visibility Marketing System, a proven step-by-step program to show you exactly how to stop being the best kept secret in the travel industry and start attracting new clients easily and consistently. Click here to download a free copy of her “99 Ways to Attract New Clients” checklist and receive weekly marketing and visibility strategies right to your inbox!

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