One of the advises of entrepreneurs is to start your business from day 1 as it will be known globally in day x. With this internationalism in mind, many businesses develop in other languages besides their own, use abroad external services to help them enhance their workflow and communicate with their public in multiple languages. And because we understand that concept, our form builder can create any kind of form in up to 52 languages. The utility of having translation options is imminent for some businesses.
Dealing with specific audiences and having several countries in your target might lead to the need of having presentation options in the native language of your clients. Since a contact form is the first instance of communication in most cases, it is one of the first things you have to change in multiple languages. Or maybe you developed a business in your own country and want to use a tool that allows you to create forms in your native language. Well, whichever the case might be, with 123FormBuilder you have easy access to translations and can create multilingual contact forms with minimum effort.
Our users have successfully implemented translations in their forms and use them to communicate with clients or employees.You can even see in their testimonials how they used forms to enhance certain processes in their company or nonprofit. But let us show you how good they managed to do this by using 123FormBuilder to create the forms they needed. You can add all the needed languages, with no limitations, they will all appear on a drop-down in the top right corner of your form.
It is a good solution if you need several languages to improve your interaction with your public and increase the odds of receiving new business proposals. With 123FormBuilder you can design forms in any language you like, use it on your site or send it to your stakeholders via email or social networks and translate it in as many languages as you need. From titles to fields and messages received after the submission, all can be customized.
How can you use multilingual contact forms?
There is a series of use cases which can be adapted to your own needs. But among the most common instances of usage for such forms, we found:
Simple contact forms on a dedicated page of a website – it is the most popular type of multilingual contact form because it fulfills one of the basic needs of any business, namely the communication channel used to keep in touch with actual and potential customers.
Facebook contact forms – it is a more efficient method of contact. Although the default system offers a messaging option, having a Facebook contact form on your business page allows you to better manage the information coming from your account. Plus it generates a friendly database of all the people who contacted you which might come in handy. In addition, it will be easier for your followers to address themselves in their native language if you have a multilingual form on Facebook, this way you will boost interaction with all the niches of your target audience.
Subscription forms – multilingual contact forms can help you increase the chances on winning new subscribers. Simply add a check-box at the bottom of your form to confirm the subscription. It is easy and in some situations can be very efficient, especially if you have a newsletter in multiple languages. Here is a good example how one of our clients used it:
Coupons and deals – in many situations, businesses use their contact form as a channel to offer their clients vouchers or specials deals. It is a known practice to grow a database which can always mean new potential clients or supporters for your business. Freebies usually generate buzz around a business, which can be harvested and transformed in a strong community. In such cases, having a multilingual contact form can only raise chances to gain new supporters.
Translations can be used in any kind of forms or surveys. It can be a good enhancement to create event registrations, online order forms or other handy forms in multiple languages to reach a higher audience.
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