Do you know that your Wordpress posts can be scheduled and published at a later time? Yes, it's possible for your Wordpress blog posts as there is a built-in Wordpress post scheduler where you can add a future date and time to publish your blog article.
So, the next time whenever you have a bunch of blog posts to publish, then you can simply schedule the posts to the later date after you finished writing for that article.
You might have wondered why it is always advised to have a contact form on your website. Why can’t you use your email address instead? It can equally get your job done. Afterall you only need a medium to help your visitors reach out to you.
While that isn’t a bad idea, I will tell you why exactly you should not do that and how a Contact Form can help you boost your business. So let's check them out.
What can be easier than implementing a contact form on your WordPress website, right? Wrong.
To be more precise, you can easily build a needed form with a WordPress form builder plugin, but since it gives so much customization freedom, taking care of design aspects and UX doesn’t come easy.
You may not realize that, but for users, your form can be too long, unreadable, hard on the eyes, broken down, unsafe, CAPTCHA-stressful, unclear, too time-consuming to fill out, annoying, etc.
The horrible UX of a sloppy web form can actually be the reason for drop in conversion or lead registration on your WordPress website. You don’t want to create such a beast with your own hands, do you?
If you collect or process personal data from EU residents on your WordPress website, even if your business is outside the Union, your website must comply with the “code of conduct” of GDPR.
The main aim of the General Data Protection Regulation, which is already a law in effect as of May 25, 2018, is to protect privacy of your website users in accordance with the standardized European privacy laws.
If you deal with long and complex WordPress forms, be it procedural forms like insurance claims, registration forms, surveys or the like, you should be aware that such forms can potentially be very stressful for users. A form filling interface is the first thing users see. No doubt, even one look at the endless list of a form fields may result in apathy!
From a usability perspective, all types of complex and long forms should be intuitive and easy-to-use. Simply put, the forms should help, not interrupt users through the filling process.
But the good news is that you may have an impact on the user experience connected with the forms on your website.