Contact Form 7 is one of the most popular plugins for WordPress. With over 23 million downloads and a healthy 4.4 out of 5 star rating, it’s one of the first plugins a lot WordPress users install on a new website. However, it’s certainly not the only option available. When it comes to adding forms to your WordPress website, there are a number of other great free-and-premium options available — and because having forms on your website can be such an important means of interacting with your audience, it’s well worth spending some time checking out the competition before deciding which plugin/service to use. So with that in mind, we thought we’d pit the most popular free contact form plugin, Contact Form 7, against the most popular premium WordPress form plugin available, Gravity Forms. Amongst other things, we’ll also be looking at the various extras you get for your money with Gravity Forms, with the aim of helping you decide if upgrading to this premium option is a worthwhile investment for your website. Contact Form 7 vs. Gravity Forms Let’s start by taking a look at each option individually to see what the core features of these form plugins are, before comparing the two options head-to-head
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