If Privy Academy is about increasing on-site conversion and capturing more names, why are we discussing using displays without a form to convert unknown visitors to contacts?
I’m so glad you asked.
When we talk about running “no-form” campaigns on your site, we mean just that. No-form campaigns employ targeted messaging based on what you know about a user already, and it does not require them to fill out a form in order to get something of value, whether that is a piece of content, a discount, or knowledge about something they might be interested in.
But you said capturing emails is important? Yes, and it is.
But what do you do once you have already captured someone’s email? Or if you want to remove as much friction as possible in the buying process? Or if you have an additional message you want to get front and center?
That’s where no-form messaging comes in. By combining this tactic with the capture you’re already doing, you’ll be able to more effectively guide your visitors through the customer journey. Watch below for a full overview of no-form messaging and keep reading this section to dive in depth on different types.
In this section, we’ll talk about a bunch of ways to use no-form messaging:
Get started with Section 2 with our first type of no-form campaign: The Flash Sale.