5 More Ways to Add a Contact form to Your WordPress Blog

This is a guest post by Devesh from WPKube

The contact form is such an important part of your blog or website. It is something that every website or blog needs to have. In this post I’m going to share 5 simple ways to integrate Contact Forms in your website.

1. Wufoo

The most popular web from builder for building custom web forms. Wufoo can be used for almost anything – create contact forms, online surveys, invitations, registrations and online payments and all this without writing a single line of code.

Wufoo is an Internet application that helps anybody build amazing online forms. When you design a form with Wufoo, it automatically builds the database, backend and scripts needed to make collecting and understanding your data easy, fast and fun.

It has both free & premium plans. Free one comes with 1 form and 100 entries/month.

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2. JotForm

JotForm is easiest way to create a great and nice looking contact form with just few clicks. The From you will create with JotForm looks much nicer than any other contact from script. I’ve been using it from last few months and never run into an issue.

JotForm is an WYSIWYG form editor . Its intuitive drag and drop user interface makes form building a breeze. Using JotForm, you can create forms, integrate them to your site and collect submissions from your visitors. It is a WYSIWYG form editor using JavaScript drag and drop and AJAX.

Like Wufoo Forms, JotForm is also an Fremium service. Free one comes with unlimited forms and 100 submissions per month

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3. 123ContactForm

123ContactForm is another great web form and survey builder. Few days ago Jacob did a review and given away few premium accounts.

It helps designers create powerful web-based forms and surveys without any technical knowledge. This web app saves time and money in you having to develop and manage web forms and surveys.

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4. Ajax Contact Form

This AJAX jQuery website component allows you to easily place a self-contained Contact Form on any HTML or PHP page of your existing website.

It uses just 1 file to Validate, Process and Send the completed contact form to your e-mail address and best of all, does not reload the page to validate or send the form!

  • Integrated Animated Sliding Thank You / Success page.
  • Integrated AJAX JS Sliding Error Messages, if fields aren’t correct or incomplete.
  • AJAX backend (no page reloads!) Save your bandwidth!
  • Uses standard PHP server features for a no-hassle installation.
  • Customizable email message that you receive

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5. HTML 5 Pop Up Contact Form

HTML5 Pop Up Contact Form With AJAX allows you to quickly and easily add a pop-in style contact form to your site. In just one line of code you can get a slick HTML5 fade in contact box with browser validation and AJAX .

  • Super lightweight – At only 2.1 Kbs this is the smallest form + modal combo around!
  • AJAX form submission.
  • Fully customizable via CSS .
  • Only one line of code needed to execute!
  • Full HTML5 browser form validation

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Devesh is a young entrepreneur & founder of WPKube, a WordPress resource site where you will find useful guides, tutorials, and in-depth reviews about WordPress products such as Thrive leads, OptinMonster, and more.

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7 thoughts on “5 More Ways to Add a Contact form to Your WordPress Blog”

  1. 123ContactForm is my personal fav. I don’t have to worry about programming my forms to fit each platform I am publishing to (and there are a few: WP, Blogger, social media). The integrations are ready-made! And there are a lot of other top features.

    • Hey Elia,

      123Contact Form is a great tool to create forms. I’ve been using it from a while and totally loved it.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Some form plugins I’ve not really explored thank you. I usually use Contact Form 7 but will check the other ones out.

  3. Personally I feel that the AJAX jQuery form is the best option for any web developer. Your site should never be reliant on other external websites for content, just in case they go down or start charging you for the service.

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