WPForms Editorial Policy

Learn about WPForms' Editorial Policy and the principles that guide our content creators.

Thanks for being a valued reader of the content we publish here at WPForms. We’d like to take a second to outline our editorial policy and explain what we write about and why.

Our Background

WPForms was launched in 2016 by Jared Atchison and Syed Balkhi.

Our mission is to create the best form builder plugin for WordPress users.

WPForms is proud to be part of the Awesome Motive family along with other prominent WordPress brands like WPBeginner, All in One SEO, and WP Mail SMTP.

WPForms has 6+ million active installations and has been downloaded 182+ million times. We’re proud to be rated 4.9/5 stars on WordPress.org, 4.7/5 on G2, and 4.8/5 on TrustPilot.

Our website supports our wider goals of making it easy for anyone to grow their business or nonprofit with WordPress.

Our Team

Everyone on the team is a practitioner. We all use WordPress every day.

Our writers, editors, and video producers are WordPress experts with many years of tech support, content marketing, and documentation experience.

We also publish content produced by experts in other WordPress or Awesome Motive products.

Interested in writing for WPForms? You’ll find all open positions on the Awesome Motive careers page.

Our Content

We produce and maintain content for 5 different parts of the WPForms site:

We take pride in producing accurate content to help you achieve your goals and solve problems with your website. We install, test, and use the products we feature in our content so we can give you our real opinions and show you exactly how the products work.

Each new piece of content is reviewed for accuracy by at least one Team Lead or Manager to ensure high quality and accuracy. All code snippets are also thoroughly tested.

We invest time and resources in keeping our content updated so that our readers benefit from the best possible advice. Several team members are responsible for checking and refreshing content every few months, supported by a full-time Content Editor. If you find content on our site that is out of date, it helps us a great deal if you could post a comment, and we will edit that content as a priority.

Our team does not accept guest blog pitches. We sometimes invite WordPress experts to post on our blog at our discretion.

How We’re Funded

Most popular websites and bloggers accept referral fees from the products or services they talk about on their site, including most major eCommerce retailers. The WPForms blog is partly funded by similar referral fees. This supports our content production and allows us to produce the highest quality information about WordPress.

We only recommend products that we have reviewed and tested. Our opinions are our own.

We do not use referral links for products we would not use personally. We do not feature products in return for payment, nor do we publish sponsored articles.

For more information, please refer to our FTC disclosure page.

Your Questions

If you’d like to get in touch, please feel welcome to drop us a message via our contact page. Thank you for your interest!

We do not offer paid links, link swaps, or guest posting opportunities. Due to the volume of messages we receive, we apologize that we can’t respond to these requests.