An easy solution that allows you to accept credit card payments in WordPress. It’s also one of the best and most popular contact form plugins available.
If you’re a Mompreneur and looking to offer your consulting or content services or sell your ebook online or maybe you want to set up a recurring payment for monthly services and don’t necessarily want a full-fledged shopping cart, WPForms can be a game-changer for you.
WPForms is a plugin that has many different uses. I currently use it as a simple contact form on my contact page, but I plan to take advantage of all its features and different uses here in the next few weeks.
WPForms is one of the easiest and best form builder plugins out there.
The free version of WPForms works right out of the box for a simple contact form.
- The base WPForms plugin is free.
- It’s extremely easy to set up.
- The form builder is drag and drop so there’s no coding involved.
- The forms are mobile responsive.
- Built to load quickly so it doesn’t slow down your blog or affect your SEO.
See all the features and addons of the plugin.
The premium version of the plugin offers many other different types of services including accepting payments and four different premium plans to choose from depending on what services you are needing and your budget.
The basic plan is perfect for those just starting out and doesn’t need all the bells and whistles just yet.
- Unlimited Forms & Entries
- Entry Management (in your WordPress Dashboard)
- Form Templates & Advanced Fields
- Multi-page Forms
- File Uploads & Custom CSS
- Constant Contact Forms
- Spam Protection
- 1 Year of Support & Updates
- 1 Site
The plus plan includes everything above (that’s in the basic plan) plus a few extra features such as
- Everything in the basic plan
- Newsletter Forms
- Campaign Monitor
- Drip Forms
- 3 Sites
It also allows you to accept credit card payments.
Everything in Plus, and:
- PayPal, Stripe
- Form Landing Pages
- Conversational Forms
- Surveys and Polls
- Form Abandonment
- Geolocation, Zapier
- User Registration
- Post Submissions
- Form Permissions
- Bonus Form Templates
- 5 Sites
- Priority Support
Everything in Pro, and:
- Unlimited Sites
- Premium Support
- WordPress Multisite Support
- Client Management
Accepting Credit Card Payments without a Shopping Cart in WordPress
To do this, you can simply use the Stripe add-on that comes with the premium features of WPForms.
WPForms makes it easy to connect your WordPress website to Stripe, a credit-card processing platform that allows you to accept credit card payments on your blog or website.
For an easy how-to guide on setting up WPForms with Stripe, check out this tutorial on the WPForms site.
I’ll be working on a tutorial soon and show you how to set up WPForms step-by-step and just how easy it is to set up.