Searching for the best WordPress plugins for testimonials?
Whether you’re selling products, services, or anything else, reviews and testimonials are an important part of converting your visitors into customers. Using any of these testimonial plugins will give you the tools to publish user opinions that can help build trust with new customers.
In this article, we’ll compare the five best WordPress plugins for testimonials, discuss their features, and show you what they look like in action.
Let’s get to it!
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First off, Strong Testimonials enables you to create custom testimonial submission forms and add them to your website. When users submit testimonials, you can preview them and choose which ones to publish.
With Strong Testimonials, you can share individual reviews or set up testimonial sliders with multiple options. In addition, the plugin enables you to set up multiple custom ‘views’ or styles, so you can use different types of testimonials throughout your website.
- Create and publish custom testimonial submission forms
- Publish individual testimonials or sliders
- Create custom styles for your testimonials
- Add testimonials using shortcodes or widgets
All of the features we’ve covered so far are part of the free version of Strong Testimonials. The plugin also offers premium licenses, starting at $29 per year. Premium plans include support for multiple websites, advanced templates, custom form fields, and more.
Testimonial Rotator enables you to add testimonials manually to your website. Those testimonials can include several custom fields and star ratings. However, the real strength of the plugin lies in constructing testimonial sliders, which can include any reviews you receive.
However, the downside of using this plugin is user submissions, as they aren’t handled all that gracefully. What’s more, your styling options leave a lot to be desired.
You can enable adding new testimonials for specific user groups through the admin interface, which isn’t ideal in our opinion. To set up proper form submission, the plugin integrates with Gravity Forms. However, Gravity Forms only comes in a premium version, so you’ll need to open your wallet if you want to use the integration.
This article was written by John Hughes and originally published on ThemeIsle Blog.