Why I Use And Recommend Gravity Forms For Wordpress

There is a plug-in that I have installed on every single site that I operate. And that plug-in is Gravity Forms. In a nutshell, this plug-in will allow you to make web forms on your blog. At first glance, it seems a bit boring and unrelated. The only form you think you might want is a contact form - and there are several free contact form plug-ins out there already. But, let me tell you a little about Gravity Forms...

There is a plug-in that I have installed on every single site that I operate. And that plug-in is Gravity Forms.

In a nutshell, this plug-in will allow you to make web forms on your blog. At first glance, it seems a bit boring and unrelated. The only form you think you might want is a contact form – and there are several free contact form plug-ins out there already.

But, let me tell you a little about Gravity Forms…

In my post Why Buy A Premium Forms Plug-in For Wordpress?, I spell out several of the different ways to use a plug-in like Gravity Forms. As you can see, this goes way beyond contact forms.

As for alternatives to Gravity Forms, I honestly couldn’t find any that hold a candle to it. The only one I found that looked promising is called Formidable Pro. I don’t have any experience with that plug-in. It looks nice, but I don’t think it has the recognition and support that Gravity Forms does. For example, the existence of the add-ons for Gravity is a selling point, in my eyes.

Gravity Forms is, without a doubt, the best form plug-in for Wordpress. You’ll be coming up with new ways to use it in your business all the time. I guarantee it.

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  1. Hi I am David. I read the all information. I have hope this Quote. Thanks for sharing your Knowledge

     

  2. Hi David,, It seems well, But till now I haven’t used Gravity forms, After reading your post I made my mind do so, Thanks

  3. Hey David – I’ve been looking for a way to set up forms quickly and without much hassle for awhile, so I’ll give Gravity Forms a shot on your recommendation. It was helpful seeing the backend and how it can be figured. Thanks for covering this. 

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