Forms are a great way to get in contact with your website visitors. A good call to action and a simple contact form can open many doors for you and your sales team. If every visitor filled out a contact form on a website you wouldn't even need Leadfeeder! However, we know that isn't the case, some research says that only 1 in every 100 visitors even completes a contact form. This is why you have Leadfeeder to fill in the gaps when your visitors don't fill out a form.

But what about those people the DO fill out forms on your site? We don't read your form data when it is submitted, but you can absolutely see parallels between forms filled out and the leads that Leadfeeder identifies. However, you may not always see 100% of the forms submissions as leads in Leadfeeder.

If a form is filled out by a visitor who isn't connected to a company network, this will usually be seen by Leadfeeder as an ISP. Of course, we filter these ISP visits out so that you don't pay for them and end up frustrated as the ISP doesn't have valid company information to follow up on. Another possibility is that some companies are known by different names, so while I may work for Leadfeeder and put that on a form, my colleague may say that they work for Liidio Oy. Same company - different name. It is also possible that the form was filled out on a mobile device that was using cellular data as opposed to a business network, another way visits may be filtered out as ISPs.

Leadfeeder is the perfect compliment to forms on your website. Ideally, you have both and one can fill the gap where the other can't!

Related:

What are ISPs and why does Leadfeeder block them?

Why does Google Analytics show more visits than Leadfeeder?

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