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Introducing Call-To-Action Strings: Easily string together your calls-to-action

We’ve got a sweet new feature for you to start using right now…

Introducing Call-To-Action Strings – Easily string together your calls-to-action to create multi-CTA funnels

Introducing Call-To-Action Strings – String together your calls-to-action to create multi-CTA funnelsCLICK TO TWEET

This feature is a big one. It can fundamentally change how you convert people on your website into leads and customers.

Now, when editing the confirmation settings of any button or form you create in ConvertFlow, you have the option to trigger another CTA when people engage with the first call-to-action they encounter.

For example, this means you can create an embedded button CTA that triggers a splash overlay when clicked…

Or a hook that triggers an overlay
Or an overlay that triggers a hook
Or a button that triggers a hook, that triggers an overlay!

You get the point, the possibilities are endless for building a string of CTAs that can take any visitor and guide them through an entire marketing funnel, without ever leaving your website.

Skip creating a lead capture page, or a multi-page funnel, and start converting people on your website with engaging lead flows, right on your website content and blog posts.

That’s where your traffic already goes :)

Excited to try out this feature? Go ahead and start stringing together your calls-to-action in ConvertFlow!

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Jonathan Denney

Co-Founder & CTO, ConvertFlow
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Jonathan is Co-Founder & CTO at ConvertFlow. As ConvertFlow's chief MarTech geek, he's all about creating no-code products for marketers.