I was working on my new hosting project, ServerStack.io and one of the most important thing to do is to use a WordPress form plugin that allows me to collect payment and multi-page options.
And here's the fact.
I had been using WPForms for quite a long time now, and I had never been happier to use it again. In this article, I'm going to share with you some nifty tricks that you can use to create an engaging multi-page form with WPForms (hint: "engaging").
How to easily create multi-step forms using WPForms?
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The first step in creating a multi-page form in WordPress using WPForms is to create a form. Instead of using codes, you can easily achieve such by installing form builder plugins such as WPForms. Here's the link to download WPForms for free.
By default, WPForms allows you to create a wide range of different forms and structures including:
- Request a quote form
- Job application form
- Order form
- Survey form
- Poll form
- User registration form
And, there are many ready-made templates that you can easily 1-click install them using WPForms.
The second part to creating a multi-step form is to split the newly built forms into several parts. This is how it is done quickly and easily, without coding skills.
WPFORMS = FLEXIBILITY
Do you know that WPForms allows you to create different columns to collect information?
The final step is all abou customization. Here's the thing. WPForms is an excellent tool when it comes to building forms for your WordPress site. However, it is only effective if you are converting leads with it.
This means that you need to spend time to create the right type of form for the right type of audience.
Why should I focus in creating engaging multi-step forms in WordPress?
For starters, the Internet is saturated with content and readers nowadays are more likely to enter their details on things that they trust. In this case, it is your website!
A long form is an excellent way to collect valuable information from your readers but always remember that long forms are also the ones that easily turn readers off.
Instead of displaying the entire form in one page, using page breaks and multiple step forms allow you to funnelt the reader into taking action, one step at a time.
Summary: Improving convertion rates using multi-step form
With that being said, I hope that you find this article simple, effective and fun! Are you using WPForms?
Leave a comment and tell me what you think!