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新刊は「辛い!カライ!うどんの日 からくないのもあるよ」です!ゲスト多数!!








そんなわけで途中抜け出して遊んでましたが、コミティアうどん会ブースに来ていただいた皆様ありがとうございました!2月には委託のブックカバーも増産して新刊も出します。個人誌も作りたいなあ よろしくお願いいたします。

当日配ったペーパーです 拡大して読んでくださいね。

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Every business should have a message page. Websites ranging bigger and sophistication at a
local restaurant to the Fortune 500 company, have contact pages.
Within my current startup I have come across an array of requests… through the pizza delivery
guy letting us know he was in the front door to potential investors
looking to communicate in with these management team.

When you find yourself setting encourage contact page (and receiving
the traffic volume on the local restaurant) you may not be thinking about how to control your contact requests when site traffic increases.

However you should.

Take into consideration starting automation that alerts support, sales or some other stakeholders in the company when a contact request comes through.
You may create a dropdown field in an application for types of contact requests.
You are able to arrange logic for most marketing automation platforms that sends email alerts
to the perfect resource as part of your startup based on what type of request the viewer selects.

I'd been buried with contact requests as we launched beta.
To be a cloud-based product I saw many product support requests.
So that we mapped form submissions on our contact page to create support tickets in Zendesk.

You also want to create redundancies so contact requests (important
ones!) don't get lost in a single recipient's inbox.
It is possible to alert multiple recipients,
create reminder emails, or trigger automatic replies to call requests with information that could solve their problem.
This will be super easy to build with all-in-one marketing platforms like HubSpot.

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