Caldera Forms is a WordPress based form tool that allows you to build drag-and-drop forms quickly. With included conditional logic, calculation fields, multi-part forms, file uploads and column layouts, Caldera Forms is a powerful, but easy to use form building plugin.
WhatConverts tracks Caldera Forms to show and track marketing data of a user that fills out and submits a form on your site.
Tracking Caldera Forms Integration in WhatConverts:
With WhatConverts your phone calls, form submissions and web chats can all be seen in one place. You get that information and more all directly in your WhatConverts dashboard and you can view and know what marketing brought them to you and view appointments as well as chat transcripts and call recordings.
WhatConverts answers your conversion questions including:
With WhatConverts, you have the tools to see what marketing converts, whether they make an appointment, call, chat or fill out a simple contact form; we track those touch-points back to the marketing responsible, giving you the complete marketing picture.
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