One of the most important elements of any website is a way for customers or clients to be able to contact you quickly and easily. The most common way of doing this is via a contact form located on a dedicated contact page or placed in a sidebar or footer visible from all pages. This post will list some of the best contact form plugins to choose from. Contact forms are beneficial because they:
- Force customers to input data: You can tell the user exactly what information you’re looking for (such as their phone number, address, etc).
- Can help business operations: If you include a drop-down menu on your contact form, the query can easily be sent to the department best equipped to deal with it.
- Enhance aesthetics: A contact form simply looks more professional and engaging than the alternative.
Overall, contact forms can help reinforce the professionalism you’ve hopefully displayed throughout the rest of your website. Also, they’re almost as easy to set up as adding your email address!
But not all contact forms are alike, so an easy way to create and customize them is needed. Fortunately, WordPress plugins make it easy to create contact forms, place them on your website and collect information received from customers who fill them out.
This article will take a look at some of the best WordPress contact form plugins available. We’ve put together a quick summary of what each contact form can do and what makes it stand out. Enjoy!
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1. Live Forms (Free)
Live forms offers an intuitive drag and drop form builder experience that makes it easy to create or customize forms. The plugins offers tons of key fields you need to build helpful forms. Add options for users to enter their name, email, subject and message. Or include additional information in your form with Live Form’s text, texarea, number, radio, select and checkbox fields.
But best of all, unlike other form plugins where you need to use shortcodes Live Forms has a visual builder that you can use to click and drag form elements into place. And once you’re done theres even built-in analytics to track form performance.
You can upgrade to a Live Forms Pro (or higher) plan to gain access to even more powerful form features. This includes lots of advanced form fields such as conditional logic, Captcha, file uploads, downloads and more. Live Forms Pro even has the ability to accept payments or donations, so you can monetize your forms! Live Forms also offers tons of impressive addons to integrate email marketing, user signups, post submission and more.
2. Kali Forms (Free)
This article was written by WordCandy and originally published on WPExplorer.