As a web developer myself, I'm constantly looking to save time, and Gravity Forms is perhaps the best form builder I've found. I've created a number of form on my own site that I think are just the best things since sliced bread.
I allow others to advertise their links on my site. They do it for the PR link juice. Before Gravity forms I did everything by hand, and that was fine. What I missed out on was the self-service aspect though. People would have to contact me and there would be some back and forth before a deal was struck. Now, with this form here: https://www.waynejohn.com/advertise-on-waynejohn-com/ I don't have to have that back and forth. Plus, I was able to configure the form to provide a one time charge with a recurring monthly amount after the 6 months at a different rate. Less time spent on my end, and more "do it yourself" ability on the visitors end.
I also created a testimonial form that I request all clients use after their projects are completed. This helps me improve my services to others. I used some dynamic aspects of the form builder to only show certain sections when certain values are provided: https://www.waynejohn.com/testify/
An easy way for me to collect payments of invoices: https://www.waynejohn.com/payment/ This has helped me decrease my accounts receivables by making it easy for others to make their payments.
There are a few others I've built, and I have some more in mind for the future.
Gravity Forms, in my professional opinion, is the best form builder I've found for WordPress. Hands-down the best.
Posted 8 years ago on Wednesday June 1, 2011 | Permalink