Creating forms in WordPress can seem complex and intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. With WPForms you can create a Contact form, or other type of form, in as little as 5 minutes. What’s great about WPForms is perfect for small businesses with limited funds as they offer an excellent free version, WPForms Lite,  to try it out or for those that don’t need any extra features yet. Once you are ready to grow your business and get more out of your forms WPForms has 4 paid versions – Basic, Plus, Pro and Elite – that offer a host of valuable features.

Basic

  • Unlimited Forms
  • Unlimited Entries
  • Advanced Fields
    Phone, Address, Date/Time, Password and more
  • Form Templates
  • Multi-page Forms
  • File Uploads
  • Constant Contact
  • Spam Protection
  • Conditional Logic
    Show/Hide fields based on user selection
  • 1 Year of Support
  • 1 Year of Downloads
  • 1 Year of Updates
  • 1 Site

Plus

(includes Basic features)

  • Newsletter Forms
  • Integration with the following Email Marketing Platforms
    • Mailchimp Integration
    • AWeber Integration
    • GetResponse Integration
    • Campaign Monitor
    • Drip
  • 3 Sites

Pro

(includes Plus features)
  • PayPal
  • Stripe
  • Form Landing Pages
  • Conversational Forms
  • Surveys and Polls
  • Form Abandonment
  • Geolocation
  • Zapier
  • Signatures
  • User Registration
  • Post Submissions
  • Offline Forms
  • Form Permissions
  • Bonus Form Templates
  • 5 Sites
  • Priority Support

Elite

(includes Pro features)
  • ActiveCampaign
  • Authorize.Net
  • Web-hooks
  • Unlimited Sites
  • Premium Support
  • WordPress Multi-site Support
  • Client Management

For full details on pricing you can view their Pricing Page

 

WPForms are fully responsive so they will look great on any device. They provide a few templates in the Lite version and over 100 templates are available in the paid versions. 

WPForms has an easy to use drag and drop form builder available in both the lite and paid versions. You can simply drag the form fields you want onto the form and reposition them however you would like. You also have the ability to create multi-column forms which provides great flexibility in your form layout.

Once you have created your form it is super simple to add to your page. You can do it by adding a short-code or selecting it in the Gutenberg editor or Elementor if you use that.

It really is surprisingly simple to create a form with WPForms once you know how. We think most people will be able to get by for a while with the WPForms Lite version, at least until they need some of the more advanced features. Email Marketing integration is especially important for a growing business, so most will find great benefit in those features.

Ready to start building your form? Checkout our how to video to create a form in under 10 minutes.

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