Adding a web form to your blog post is now very easy using JotForm’s Embed Form plugin. When you install it a JotForm icon will be added to your editor. You can click on it to choose one of your JotForm forms or create a new form without leaving your draft.
This plugin is great if you want to add a survey to your blog post. You can survey your readers and then write about the results on a future blog post.
Another common usage of forms in blogs is to do giveways. You can tell your users you’ll be giving away something valuable to the first 10 people who fill the form.
JotForm is easy to use drag and drop form builder trusted by over 1 million users. Its intuitive user interface makes form building a breeze. JotForm is FREE upto 100 submissions per month. If your forms get submitted more than 100 times it is $9.95/month.
- How to add a form?
Adding a form to your blog post is very easy. Simply click on the JotForm icon on your post editor. It is the small pencil icon. See the screenshots to see what it looks like.
- What kinds of forms can I create?
Using JotForm you can create contact forms, surveys, lead generation forms, order forms, event registration forms, signup forms, award application forms, giveaway forms, feedback forms, paypal forms, booking forms, polls, petition forms, upload forms and appointment forms. There are over 2000 ready-to-use form templates on JotForm. You can find one and save time creating your form.
- What is JotForm?
JotForm is a free form builder. It is trusted by over 1 millions users. Two things make JotForm great: Easy to use form builder and large number of ready-to-use form templates. You can choose from over 2500 form templates and quickly create your forms.
- Is it Free?
JotForm is free upto 100 form submissions per month. If you go over that limit you will need to upgrade to a Premium plan at $9.95/month.
On Firefox - pencil icon doesn't appear at all On Chrome - pencil icon appears - click it for a blank modal screen with no message. Lasts a couple of seconds then disappears. Try it - it might work for you. If it doesn't - move on to another method.
Offer loads of options, easy form set up, not a steep learning curve.
- Form picker added to select your forms from your JotForm account.