The next step is often attracting website visitors and making sales, but how will you do this? More businesses are more online than ever before and competing for the same attention that your Zoho website needs. People have a 2.5 second attention span, and even less for younger audiences. What will it take to get your business new customers?
FAQ add-on for Zoho websites was carefully built to help business owners solve these problems and increase visibility, engagement and conversions.
Others look for cheap alternative FAQ apps from overseas or open source FAQ apps that claim to have what they're looking for.
However, these seemingly cheap and easy FAQ options always end up costing businesses a lot of time and money. While the FAQ could look alright when you look at it, mobile visitors, or visitors on different browsers, might see an unresponsive, unattractive, and unhelpful FAQ. Worse still, they might not see it at all.
Additionally, as your business grows, hackers could see this unsecured FAQ as an opportunity to exploit your business and your customers.
More traffic on your site can also lead to issues with the FAQ, as more visitors on your site can increase loading times. What could be more frustrating that your FAQ crashing just as traffic jumps due to a fantastic campaign?
Website technologies are evolving daily, so the FAQ that the office 'techie' set up could end up falling behind the curve, and cost you more time and money to keep it running.
POWR FAQ for Zoho offers easy, code-free setup. POWR's patented WYSIWYG (what you see if what you get) Editor allows you to make real-time updates to FAQ on your Zoho page, so you always know exactly what your site looks like.
Fonts, colors, borders, spacing, and more can all be customized to fit your brand and make your app stand out.
POWR FAQs are automatically responsive on mobile, tablet, and any web browser.
As easy as copy and pasting right onto your Zoho website.
POWR's team of engineers are working around the clock to keep Zoho FAQ and all 60+ other POWR apps working flawlessly.
Create your customized FAQ Zoho app, match your website's style and colors, and add FAQ to your Zoho page, post, sidebar, footer, or wherever you like on your site.
We deliver quality, with over 12,387 reviews to prove it.
Easy to navigate for a non-tech person like me. Tried so many apps, and this is the best combination of great features for any shop.
It helped me get my website traffic to engage on more platforms! I would highly recommended to anyone!
I was surprised that Shopify didn`t have a built in function for something like this, but glad your app fits the bill.
In this time they've been able to expand their contact list by 250% using POWR Popup to collect email addresses. They also added POWR Social Feed to their site and noticed a 200% increase in engagement from their site visitors, as well as a bump in their social media followers. They now have 13K followers on Instagram, and the number keeps increasing.
All apps can be embedded on any site, including Zoho. Agencies like OnDesign have reported saving hundreds of hours by using POWR's tools and know they can count on POWR for 100% uptime. Whether you're selling products, collecting registrations or building websites, you can rest assured you're using best-in-class solutions that will get you results.
Whether you need an app for lead collection, or for conversion rate optimization, we have something for you.
Let's start with lead collection. This is a core part of online business. Your website might be getting a lot of visitors, but you need to be able to qualify them. Collecting their contact information is a great way of moving these website visitors down your sales funnel. There are many ways of doing this, but let's start with online forms.
Once you've collected all these leads, what do you do with them? Your next phase is to convert them into sales. You can do this by following up with an email sequence, for example, and you can maximize the number of your website visitors you convert right on your page. There are easy steps to get you there. Your first is to create FOMO (fear of missing out).