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Simple Contact Form Template

A WordPress contact form template you can publish in minutes.

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Do you want to make it easy for users to get in touch with you?

Our WordPress contact form template is the easiest way to publish a contact form on your website.

With WPForms’ simple contact form, site visitors can reach out to you with questions or concerns.

We’ve created a demo of the contact form sample below that you can use to get things started.

What’s in the Simple Contact Form Sample

With our Simple Contact Form Template you get the following form fields:

  • Name
  • Email
  • Paragraph Text

Of course, this is just a template to get you started. You can use our easy-to-use drag & drop form builder to add, remove, and customize the fields as needed.

When you’re ready, publish your WordPress contact form and start getting messages and leads.

Build an Email List

For example, by adding a signup checkbox to your contact form template, you can send marketing materials to your site visitors. Building a bigger email list is one of the best ways to promote your business to site visitors.

If you’re worried about data protection, you can always add a GDPR Agreement form field to your contact form sample so people can consent to your email campaigns.

Contact Form Sample Additions

If you want to gather more information about your site visitors before they submit a form, add a Multiple Choice form field to your template and find out why your site visitor is reaching out to you.

A good example of this is asking people whether their question is a pre-sale or technical question. You can also include a File Upload form field to your form so people with visual questions can upload an image to their form. This is perfect for those with technical questions that are better dealt with via screenshots.

Prevent Form Spam Submissions

To prevent spam on your contact form, add a Captcha field. Since contact forms are so common on websites, they are a great point of entry for hackers. With the Captcha form field, site visitors are required to answer a question or solve a math problem before clicking “Submit.”

This is in addition to the built-in security tokens feature all of our forms have. You can also use invisible Google reCAPTCHA if you prefer.