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How to Make an Avon Order Form in WordPress (Easily)

Want to help people buy their favorite products from you over the web by creating an online Avon order form?

Letting your Avon customers order online from you on your website is a great way to skyrocket your income. In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to make an Avon order form in WordPress.

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Why Create an Avon Order Form in WordPress?

Back in the day, an Avon representative would go from door to door to make sales. Today, the most successful network marketers are utilizing technology to grow their Avon businesses online.

Avons reps new and old create online Avon Order Forms to:

  • Make more money online by reaching more customers from anywhere in the world
  • Take orders at any time, day or night, so you can make money while you sleep or spend more time with your family
  • Set repeat customers up on recurring payment plans to get guaranteed orders
  • Reduce errors on forms by letting customers submit themselves
  • Connect your order forms to social media to share easily and encourage others to do the same
  • Collect email addresses to grow your email list fast
  • Automatically get the customer’s product number, campaign, and catalogue page number

You can get set up in just minutes with our Avon order form template. Then, you can customize it with the drag and drop visual builder to make the form exactly the way you want it.

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So now that you know why online Avon order forms are so great, let’s dive into how to make one.

How to Create an Avon Order Form in WordPress

First things first, you need to already have or create a WordPress site.

Then, it’s insanely easy to get your online Avon Order Form up and running on your WordPress website. Just follow these steps.

Step 1: Generate Your Avon Order Form

First, install and activate the WPForms plugin.

WPForms will let you add a form anywhere on your site. For more details on how to install it, see this step-by-step guide on how to install a plugin in WordPress.

From your WordPress dashboard, go to WPForms » Add New to create a new form and name it. Next, scroll down to the Select a Template section and type “Avon Order Form,” then click on Use Template to open the template.

Selecting the Avon Order Form template

Once you open the form template, a pre-built Avon Order Form will populate along with the drag and drop builder. Here, you can add additional fields to your form by dragging them from the left panel onto your form.

Customizing the Avon Order Form template

With the Avon Order Form template, you’ll already have these following fields:

  • Catalogue Name
  • Catalogue Page Number
  • Quantity
  • Product Number
  • Product Description
  • Cost
  • Name
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Address

You can click on any of the fields to make changes. To rearrange your form, click on a form field and drag it up or down.

We have an article on common complaints about payment forms that could help you to design a really great form. And we’ve got a tutorial for you if you’d like to learn how to use the power of discounts and add a coupon code field to your forms.

You can also make forms look great by following the steps in our post on how to create a multi-step form in WordPress. But for the sake of this tutorial, we’ll stick with a single page.

Step 2: Customize Your Avon Order Form Settings

To start, go to Settings » General.

Accessing a form's general settings

Here you can configure the following:

  • Form Name — Change the name of your form here if you’d like.
  • Form Description — Give your form a description.
  • Tags — Organize your WordPress forms with tags.
  • Submit Button Text — Customize the copy on the submit button.
  • Submit Button Processing Text — Change the text that appears while your form is submitting.

Under the Advanced section, you can also:

  • Add CSS Classes — Add custom CSS to your form or submit button.
  • Enable Prefill by URL — Automatically fill in some fields based on a custom URL.
  • Enable AJAX form submission — Enable AJAX settings with no page reload.
  • Disable storing entry information in WordPress — You can disable the storing of entry information and user details, such as IP addresses and user agents, in an effort to comply with GDPR requirements. Check out our step-by-step instructions on how to add a GDPR agreement field to your simple contact form.

Once you’re done with the general settings, you can move down to the Spam Protection and Security settings.

Opening the form spam and security settings

  • Enable anti-spam protection — Stop contact form spam with the WPForms anti-spam token. The anti-spam setting is automatically checked on all new forms.
  • Enable Akismet anti-spam protection — If you use the Akismet plugin, you can connect it to your order form.
  • Enable country filter — Block submissions from certain countries.
  • Enable keyword filter — Prevent entries that include specific words or phrases.

You can also set up your preferred CAPTCHA. Check out our complete anti-spam guide for more details.

And when you’re done, click Save.

Step 3: Configure Your Form’s Notifications

Notifications are an excellent way to know when someone submits one of your forms.

And, unless you disable the notification feature, you’ll get an email notification whenever someone submits a form on your site.

Accessing a form's notifications settings

To get an email message when someone completes your Avon order form, you’ll need to set up form notifications in WordPress and provide your email address.

Also, if you use Smart Tags, you can send a personalized notification to your site visitors once they finish your form to let them know you received it. This assures users their form has gone through properly.

For more on this, check out our tutorial on how to send multiple form notifications in WordPress.

Also, you have the option to easily brand your notification emails by adding your logo (or any image you choose) in the custom header image area. The logo or image you choose will show up at the top of email notifications like the WPForms logo below.

An email notification with a custom header image

Step 4: Configure Your Form’s Confirmations

Form confirmations are ways to take action immediately (and automatically) after your user has submitted information to your form. For extra help with this step, check out our tutorial on how to set up form confirmations.

There are 3 different kinds of confirmations in WPForms:

  1. Message — This is the default confirmation type that appears after someone hits submit on your form, and it’s customizable. Check out our tips on ways to customize your confirmation message to boost your site visitors’ happiness.
  2. Display Page — Automatically send users to any page on your site (like a thank you page).
  3. Redirect — Useful if you want to take the user to a different website or specialized URL for more complex development.

So let’s see how to set up a simple form confirmation in WPForms. That way, you can customize the success message site visitors will see when they hit submit on your Avon order form.

To start, click on the Confirmations tab in the Form Editor under Settings.

Next, select the type of confirmation type you’d like to create. For this example, we’ll select Message.

Customizing the confirmation message for an Avon order form

Then, customize the confirmation message to your liking and click Save when you’re done.

Now you’re ready to add your form to your website.

Step 5: Add Your Avon Order Form to Your Website

After you’ve created your form, you need to add it to your WordPress website. And WPForms lets you add your forms to multiple places on your website including your pages, blog posts, and sidebar widgets.

So let’s take a look at the most common placement option: page or post embedding.

To begin, create a new page or post in WordPress, or open an existing one in the editor. After that, click the plus (+) button to add a new block and select WPForms. You can search for it if you don’t see it right away.

Adding a WPForms block to a page

Now, the WPForms widget will appear in the editor. Click on the WPForms dropdown and pick the Avon Order Form you’ve already created that you want to insert into your page.

Selecting your order form from the WPForms block

Next, click on the blue button in the top right that says either Publish or Update, so your form will appear on your website.

Publishing your Avon Order form

Your form is now on your website! You can always add a payment field too if you’d like to accept payments online for your Avon orders.

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Next, Build a Refer-a-Friend Form in WordPress

That’s it! You now know exactly how to make an Avon order form in WordPress. Hopefully, your new online form will help bring in tons of new customers.

Love the idea of making money from referral marketing? Check out our post with the best WordPress affiliate plugins to increase your online income. You could also create a refer-a-friend form to get more Avon customers.

So, what are you waiting for? Get started with the most powerful WordPress forms plugin today. WPForms Pro includes a free online Avon order form and offers a 14-day money back guarantee.

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Comments

  1. Can you add additional products, like click a + button to add the next Catalogue, Name, Catalogue Page Number, Quantity, Product Number, Product Description and Cost?

    1. Hi Josh!
      I do agree it would be super helpful, though. I’ve made a note of the feature request and we’ll keep it on our radar as we plan out our roadmap for the future.
      Thanks 🙂

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