Are you looking to add more content to your blog by accepting guest post submissions from your loyal followers? If so, you need a blog post submission form. With WPForms’ blog post submission form you can easily accept blog post submissions from site visitors and manage them in the backend of your website.
With WPForms’ blog post submission form you can gather contact information about the bloggers wanting to post to your website, as well as all blog post information such as the post title, content, images, excerpts, and even category to be published under.
We have created a blog post submission form demo below that you can use to easily get started without any technical knowledge.
What's in the Blog Post Submission Form Demo
Launch this form as-is or customize it to your heart's content!
Blog Post Submission Form Demo
With our simple Blog Post Submission Form Template you get the following form fields:
- Paragraph Text
- Section Divider
- Single Line Text
- File Upload
Of course, this is just a blog post submission form sample to get you started.
You can use our easy to use drag & drop form builder to add, remove, and customize the fields as needed.
For instance, those wanting to submit their own blog posts on your website obviously know what you have to offer readers and want in on that. To capitalize on this, add a Ratings, Likert Scale, or Net Promoter Score form field to your blog post submission form so people can rate the way you do business in addition to submitting their guests posts. This is a great way to get testimonials for your website that can be used as social proof.
In addition, add an email signup checkbox to your blog post submission form so people can subscribe to your newsletter. After all, they’re probably hoping their article gets featured in your newsletter and will want to stay up to date whenever new blog posts go live. This also gives you the chance to build longer lasting relationships with loyal site visitors and generate more sales if you run an eCommerce shop alongside your blog.
And, since WPForms integrates with MailChimp, Constant Contact, Drip, AWeber, GetResponse, and Campaign Monitor, boosting your email marketing efforts through your blog post submission form is easy to do.
Start adding more content to your blog starting now, by letting others do the work for you. Manually approve each post in the backend of your site so only high-quality content is published, and watch the number of site visitors you have coming to your site every day increase.
So, what are you waiting for? Get started with WPForms today to create your own blog post submission form. Bonus, we’ll give you our blog post submission form template and over 100+ other pre-made form templates!