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GetSiteControl Callback Widget Alternatives for WordPress Blogs

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GetSiteControl is a one stop destination for all your web optimization needs. By installing it on your website you can very easily add or remove widgets. It’s believed to have a significant effect on engaging website visitors, eventually increasing conversions for the website.

lucep request a callbackBut like a good spring cleaning, you sometimes have to get rid of apps that are outdated or unused, and replace them with new apps you will actually make use of.

If you are looking for GetSiteControl widget alternatives for WordPress blogs, here’s the list of website form widget providers:
1. Jot Form

2. Unbounce

3. Eaglesoft

4. Logiforms

One of the more useful widgets included in GetSiteControl is a callback request form that you can add to your website with no development or design hassles. Here’s a glimpse of how the GetSiteControl’s callback widget form looks like. These forms are generally editable to suit your website’s needs.

Here’s a more in-depth look at the alternatives to GetSiteControl’s callback form widget.

  1. Jot form is a company that provides an array of easy to build form templates so that you can get started quickly on converting your website visitors into your customers. The Jotform online tool lets you create forms with easy to use drag-and-drop creation, and also also has an option to encrypt user data.
  1. Unbounce Many of you might not be aware of the callback services provided by Unbounce in the form of callback form templates. That’s mostly because of their highly successful landing page templates. However, they also have a range of bright and cheerful service callback themes that will help you put your lead generation form right there in front of your website visitors, and convert more of them into leads and customers.
  1. Eaglesoft has a Callback portal that has been designed and developed keeping in mind the experiences of different users who need simple customizable forms with a control panel that allows them to manage new issues coming from the website. Bases on this experience, they have created callback forms with customizable options for field names, field validations and issue handling.
  1. Logiforms provides its users a form that lets its users request a return call by submitting only their name, email address, and phone numbers, and allows the user to specify the preferred method of contact. They have over 100 other form templates, making this company a well known player in the web form templates category.

These forms were very useful years back when there were no better alternatives in terms of website marketing technology and automation. Now it’s just a form that website visitors have learnt to ignore, because they can directly click to call a business from any webpage by using their mobile device.

A callback form is used is when a visitor wants to  get in touch with you. They can do so by filling up a form and clicking on a button that says “Call Me Now.” Clicking that button sends off an instant notification, giving you and/or your sales team access to the lead data in that form. Now you can easily get in touch with your prospects at a time when they are on your website, looking for you, at the point they are likely to buy.

A callback form, on the other hand, is just a form and it can only do so much. You can read our pros and cons list for both website forms and a request a call back tool, so that you know the huge technological and features gap between the two.

Even adding a callback link on any number can be way better than long and tiring callback form on your website. When in need, people want to reach out to you in the quickest way possible and by having a href link to a number and a CTA before it should do the trick.

For example: Click here to callback : XXX-XX-XXXXX   

If you are content with getting nothing more than just the name of the customer calling you, then keep it simple by making the phone number clickable, as shown above.

While this might seem perfect as an instant response to customer queries, it won’t work on desktops and laptops, and lacks the features and automation needed in a proper sales process. It gives you zero traffic analytics information, since you have no idea where the call originated from and why. Also, you’ll have to add the lead manually to your CRM.

Now there is a request a callback tool that takes care of all these issues, and is more than just a form. It can actually give you insights into each and every detail of your website visitor, so that you can reach out to them at the time they need you the most.

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By |2017-05-08T14:47:50+00:00May 8th, 2017|Marketing|3 Comments

About the Author:

Zal is the cofounder of Lucep and looks after the sales and marketing in the company. His whole career has been wrapped up in startups and he lives to make the next deal.


  1. Ryan BiddulphMay 16, 2017 at 5:53 pm - Reply

    Hi Zal,

    Looks like a rich collection of converting tools here. Get Site Control seems robust to me; great for helping nudge along eager readers to become buying customers. Thanks for sharing.


  2. Donna MerrillMay 16, 2017 at 9:18 pm - Reply

    Hi Zal,

    This callback tool seems so much more inviting than the standard form.

    I’m wondering if your “Click here to get a callback” widget is Get Site Control in action?

    It’s all about conversions, and this is great way to make things happen instead of just sitting back and wishing and hoping that your reader will take the next step.


  3. Venu TanneruMay 22, 2017 at 4:14 pm - Reply

    Excellent post, Zal. Great collection of tools that help in gaining customers and inflating your cash. Also for optimizing your website. Get Site Control seems amazing as Ryan said. Definitely willing to check it out. Interactive widgets are the future and great to see so many of them getting made every day. Thanks for sharing this very informative post.

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