You have a website or a blog right? That’s great!
You’re using it to actually attract an audience, build your email list and do so much more with it.
But are you sure you’re able to convert a lot of people on your blog or website?
You see your blog and website has a lot of distractions (like a lot of menus, side bar stuff, footer stuff, pop-ups in between, etc).
Do you know what all that leads to? – Confusion & Distraction.
Imagine you want to fill a form, but since there’s a lot going on on your website, are you seeing form conversions increase or decrease?
I would say mostly it would decrease.
I know you spend a lot of time and money to bring people to your blog or website, but then you notice that NOT ENOUGH people are filling out the forms that you’ve created for them to fill.
I don’t know if you realize that (just because they’re not filling the forms to become a lead or a customer) you actually are leaving money on the table.
Now you might be thinking what you can do.
Here’s where we need to look at creating forms as in landing pages that are distraction free. (so the customer or visitor fills them without any distraction).
Whatever stage of your business you’re in if you know you’re losing a lot of money, it can feel humiliating because nobody likes losing money.
Being aware of what’s causing you to lose money is another thing, but not being aware of what’s happening is a whole another thing.
Just like I told you before, the single most biggest reason why people abandon a website without filling out your form is because they are distracted by ton’s of other things that’s there on your website!
I don’t know about your website at the moment, but majority of web pages within your website contain multiple offers that actually distract people and takes them away from filling out those lead generation forms you’ve created in the first place.
Introducing Landing Pages Using WPForms. It is going to revolutionize your business.
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About Form Pages.
Basically, Form Pages allow you to quickly create dedicated and stand-alone form landing pages without the need for hiring a developer or writing any kind of code (All this can be done in literally less than 5 minutes).
Actually one of the biggest challenges you have with other WordPress forms is that every single form layout is completely controlled by WordPress themes that you install or have on your website, and because of that most themes have zero consideration for form layouts.
And since they don’t support form customization, you’ll find that you simply can’t create custom landing pages.
Good for you that, WPForms Form Pages addon was created to fix this problem, so that you don’t have to worry about this more.
So if you’re using Form Pages, you can instantly create custom landing pages using WPForms just by enabling the Form Page Mode from your Form Settings.
Here’s an example of where you can enable that.
One good this is that you can add your logo, choose any high-converting form styles, pick a color scheme.
Once you’ve created your form pages, your distraction-free custom form landing page built using WPForms can be shared.
How To Create Form Pages Using WPForms.
Since you’ve learnt in the previous section that you can use Form Pages addon that’s built inside WPForms to create landing pages in minutes, you can now learn how to create form pages using WPForms.
At first, install the WPForms Plugin.
Next, create a New Form and name it.
Next, you can create your custom landing page just by enabling the “Form Page Mode” from the Form Settings.
Next go to the settings page, there is where you can do all the form customizations.
You can do things like add your own logo, add your own custom page title, description, and even change your landing page URL.
You must know that this comes with two different form styles: Modern and Classic.
The Classic style has the exact same look-and-feel of Google Forms whereas the Modern style is very different and has a new look.
The best thing about this is you can customize them according to your taste like combine the form styles using the six pre-made color schemes below.
If you mess around with it, you can choose to build a custom color scheme around the main color you’ve chosen. And just by doing that WPForms will generate other colors and gradients to automatically build you your color scheme.
Finally when you’re done with it you just have to save your settings, and you’re done with your form.
Now you can share your custom form landing page to start collecting leads and other information.
Now that you’ve learnt how to create Form Page using WPForms, I want you to go ahead and create one for yourself.
At first, go ahead and Install WPForms on your website.
Then follow along with this procedure and start creating your form, go to form settings and start making the changes you need along with enabling form page mode.
Then once you’re done, you’re ready to share your form with the people who should be using this form.