Form Building Tips & Tricks

You’d be surprised what you can do (and the money you can save) with a simple WordPress form

Build a Quote Request Form in WordPress, Free!

Building your own quote request form in WordPress isn’t complicated or expensive. Being able to offer a quick, affordable, and competitive quote directly from your website is a great way to turn more visitors in paying customers. Unfortunately there are …

8 Effective Ways to Get More Traffic to Your WordPress Forms

It goes without saying that a primary objective for any website is to drive traffic to it — even more so with e-commerce and affiliate sites. While every good marketer should always be looking for both effective and newer ways …

Don’t Miss This Simple Trick for Select Fields!

Ever needed a checkbox or radio list on your form to display a default placeholder option? You might have tried simply ticking the ✓ icon next to the list option you want as select field default placeholder. Works, right? Problem solved. …

The Definitive Guide to Improving WordPress Forms Conversion

Your WordPress forms are the best digital communication link you have to your audience. They bring people into your sales funnel, onto your mailing lists, allow guests to register for events, purchase products and services, and a litany of other critical functions. Even the humble contact form is important.

2 Ways to Collect User Feedback with a WordPress Form

No matter how good you are at something, communication is vital. When it comes to running a blog or a business, however, there is a more valuable lesson: communication and criticism are non-negotiable needs for success. Everyone needs feedback from …

4 Tricks for Capturing Additional User Data in WordPress Forms

Getting the data you need in every form submission is mission critical to running a successful campaign. Information that comes directly from the person filling out the form is easy. You just ask them for it with a field. But …

When do you NOT want a user to submit a form?

More than Just a Contact Form: Building Interactive Forms means a user might not even need to click ‘Submit’ Your users come to you for questions about your product or service, and you want to be there for them. Customer …

How to Add Google Maps in WordPress & More

Two Quick and Easy Methods to Add Google Maps to Your WordPress Forms, Posts, and Pages Searching the web for a way to add Google Maps to your WordPress forms, posts, and pages can quickly become overwhelming. It doesn’t need …

How to Create a Quick and Easy WordPress Popup Form

Popups have been proven to work. Popups have higher click through rate than other forms of advertising and have been shown to boost subscription rates as high as 86%1, they can return results on a scale of 1000%+ conversion rate …

How to Create Easy Contact Forms for WordPress

When starting a blog most writers have a clear idea of their title, their audience, their topic, their voice, and even what font they want to use. The first major hurdle many face is how to manage their websites and …

How to Add Dynamic Fields with Conditional Logic

Smart watches, smart phones, smart TVs… everything we buy is becoming so smart that smart is just about cliché. But, there’s a reason for the trend. People love things that anticipate their needs. Things that tailor-make themselves to you on …

How to Easily Limit Form Submissions by User or Field

Ever wished you could limit form submissions so that a single user could submit only once? Run a contest with one-off coupons or prize codes? Offer discounts that can be redeemed by a customer only once? We know many of …