Adam W. Warner: A Contact Form is Boring – 5 Creative Ways to Use Forms in WordPress

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March 15, 2017

No matter what the purpose of the site you’ve built, it’s likely you’ve included a standard contact form as one of the first (or last) items on your pre-launch task list.

Name, email, reason for contact, submit: BORING!

In this session Adam will look at some creative ways to use forms in WordPress with the goal being to better engage and convert website visitors. Whether convincing potential clients to make first contact, grow an email subscription list, or streamline the guest blogging submission process, website contact form(s) are a key part of the communication process.

Adam will share several different contact form approaches and what plugins and/or services work best for each.

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WordCamp Lancaster 2017 8

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Adam W Warner 14

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forms 12

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English 7835

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