Settle a discussion, SX:
I (digital sales optimisation guru) was in a meeting with the boss and he asks, "what can we do to increase sales on our website?"
I say, "having more contact forms will make it easier for customers to contact us".
He replies with this doozy: "contact forms are a waste of real estate" and something about if people want to contact us, they can call.
The website is sales focused and I feel like having a contact form on each product page will increase conversion.
We have one contact form on the entire website and that's below the fold. But we have our phone number in the header of every page.
Now I understand that you can have too many contact forms on a page, that's not what I'm recommending. I don't think one contact form hidden below the fold is good enough.
What is the correct number of contact forms on a website?