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Beef up your sales funnel with inflowlive, capture more site visitors

Just going into beta, inflowlive sends out emails to site visitors that fail to complete any form, increasing your chance of converting. Magic!



Don’t lose site visitors

If your business uses any kind of online form, you may be losing potential employees or customers when they start to fill out your form, but fail to finish and submit it. This is a missed opportunity to keep in contact, and collect information, from a potential customer.

Inflowlive hopes to help alleviate this problem. The platform can be used to create online forms of any kind, such as “job applications, event registrations, order forms, surveys, contact forms, and more.”

Super easy, anyone can implement it

The no coding required, easy to use software makes it easy to make forms that include entry boxes for single lines of text or for numbers, dropdown menus, check boxes, and multiple choice lists. You can select and notify administrators of the form. You can also set a custom thank you message to pop up when the user completes the form, and can create automated follow up emails.

The forms you create can be shared with coworkers or embedded directly onto your site.
But inflowlive goes beyond just helping you make the forms. They’ll also help you catch leads who begin to fill out the form, but for whatever reason, don’t complete or submit it.

Inflowlive automatically emails these incompletes to let them know that you’d like more information, or to offer assistance if the user is having a problem finishing the form.

Improve our completion rates dramatically

According to the site, you could achieve completion rates up to and over 90 percent for your online forms. The app seems like a very simple way to collect more data, “capture more responses,” and “convert more leads” in your sales funnel.

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The company was founded by Angus Foggo and Phillip Parisis in March of last year, but Inflowlive is still working it out in BETA form. You can sign up now to get the official invitation when the platform goes live.


Ellen Vessels, a Staff Writer at The American Genius, is respected for their wide range of work, with a focus on generational marketing and business trends. Ellen is also a performance artist when not writing, and has a passion for sustainability, social justice, and the arts.

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