Use Clearbit forms to dynamically shorten your web forms. Convert more of your leads, without losing any of the data you need!

Built on top of our proprietary Enrichment dataset, as soon as a lead enters their email address, Forms goes to work, automatically finding details like company name, job title, location, and employee count.

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We're excited to announce Clearbit Forms - this one is a long time coming, and lets you build forms featuring: * Company name Autocomplete * Dynamic form enrichment * Automatic Risk score (for removing spammy leads) * Option to restrict to corporate emails only * Pipe to Salesforce/Marketo/HubSpot/Zapier There's an age-old compromise between marketeers and their potential customers: marketeers want as much information as possible, while anyone filling out their forms wants as painless a process as possible. If it didn't reduce conversion, I think most marketers would be happy asking as many questions as possible in order to qualify their customers. Unfortunately, it does! Can you have the best of both worlds though? We think so - that's why we've built Clearbit Forms. As soon as your lead has filled in their email, we'll dynamically fill out the rest of the form with any data we have on the person and/or company. We'll then pipe that form info anywhere you want, such as Salesforce, Zapier, etc. Shout out to @guillaumecabane and Segment for giving us the idea!
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@maccaw Thanks for the shout out! FWIW I've used this in 3 different B2B SaaS startups now, and it consistently improved signup rate by ~20% Simple enough right?
@maccaw @guillaumecabane Seconded. Been playing with it, it's awesome. And that Segment automatic integration. Only thing missing maybe is a scheduling or at least a redirect to Calendly after submitting the form. If you use for demo generation, users would then able to book the time themselves.
@maccaw @guillaumecabane @gillesbertaux Great idea! For now you can set a calendly link as your submission(redirect) url :)
Brilliant idea and this could have a major positive impact on signup conversion. My only concern is that some users may think this is creepy and make them distrusting of the brand/site. Thoughts on this, @maccaw and team?
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@maccaw @rrhoover Totally valid. In our experience, depends entirely on the profile of the people interacting with the form. If you use the Dynamic Enrichment feature, you can automatically hide any fields where Clearbit has data, and only show those that still need to be filled out. :)
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As someone who has implemented 10+ of sign up forms, this is a no brainer. I've used Clearbit's products for years - always easy to use!


Easy to use, beautifully designed, powerful data on the backend, great customer support


None that I can see since they addressed GDPR concerns

Trevor Sookraj is a killer!
Really nice product, but how can any European business actually use this without breaking the law? Did you implement something around the GDOR?
@robertvhoesel Answered below! Thanks for the question :)