In this video, learn how to create a landing page and use the previously created form.
- [Instructor] If you've never created a landing page, … a general format is to have your form near the top … and a few more times down the page. … You want a headline and maybe some text, … followed by your form. … Then you want to explain your offering more … with graphics and text. … And then you could add another form. … Then you want to list any potential objections … the user might have and maybe another form. … You're basically giving the user an opportunity to sign up … as soon as they're convinced about your offer. … Unfortunately, the WordPress world hasn't quite caught up … with the landing page world … because neither Ninja Forms nor Gravity Forms … lets you include a form multiple times on the same page. … But in the near future, … I hope they can resolve these issues. … For right now, we'll include the form once on our page. … Let's go to our admin. … I've already gone … to our Personalized Wedding Cake page here. … And let's add the content. … I'll add a two sentence description. …
- Choosing the right plugin for you
- Best practices with forms
- Mitigating email deliverability problems
- Using Jetpack, Ninja Forms, and Gravity Forms
- Creating and adding a basic form
- Creating extra fields
- Using conditional logic in your form
- Creating a landing page
Skill Level Beginner
WordPress Ecommerce: WooCommerce Pluginswith Patrick Rauland2h 26m Intermediate
1. An Introduction to Contact Forms
2. Using Jetpack Contact Form
3. Using Ninja Forms
4. Using Gravity Forms
5. Building a Landing Page
Create a landing page4m 5s
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