WordPress has become the preferred blogging platform for many users online, and as it’s footprint expands companies are coming out with widgets and plugins to make the platform even more user friendly.
Formstack.com has released a WordPress Online Forms application which makes the task of creating forms much easier for WordPress users. Formstack’s web form creator allows users to create forms with an easy to use HTML editor. There is no need for any additional software or programming to be done when using Formstack.
Once the data has been collected, users can edit it, share it with others, interface it with third party application such as Salesforce, Highrise, and many others. Formstack even has their own API. Formstacks simple to navigate site even shares video showing how Formstack works.
Formstack can be a valuable tools to small business, nonprofits, educators, web designs, and more. With Formstack there are no sign up fees, no minimum contracts, and no long-term contracts. They has packages to fit any size organization, and even offers a free version of Formstack.
According to an article by Chris Lucas, their WordPress plugin features include:
- Ability to embed a web form widget in your blog or site’s sidebar
- Automatically embed any Formstack web form into a page or post using a short code
- Native Formstack button on your WordPress Tiny MCE Editor (Menu Bar)
- Works with Free and Paid Plans
Here are just a few ways that you can use the it and the widget:
- Create Contact Forms for your WordPress Blog or Website
- Easy online lead generation forms
- Use PayPal or other Payment Integrations for online order forms
- Integrate your WordPress contact forms with Highrise, Salesforce, MailChimp and more for easy contact management & email marketing
Check out their video to highlight some of the features by clicking here to read the rest of the Chris Lucas article. You can also see their WordPress Plugin page to view more screenshots as well as to download the plugin and get started using your Formstack web forms in your WordPress blog or website.