A form can be on or attached to your Web page, which, when filled out, will automatically be sent to an e-mail address of your choice. Forms come in handy when you want to ask readers of your Web page specific question and you want the answers sent back to you with minimal work from the reader. When a reader fills out the form and presses the submit button, then the system processes the form and e-mails the result directly formated or unformated to you. This works almost instantly. Delays can occur in the event of internet related slowdowns.
All of our Web pages will have a link (connection) to your e-mail address (if you gave us one) for free. That means that the reader can click on the link and send you an e-mail without typing in the address. This way, however, you will not be able to ask specific questions or give specific choices as you would with a form.