On to the WPForms Review 2018…
Ever created a “contact us” page or a billing page on your blog?
That is too much of a hard work to get it done, isn’t it?
Things get even worse if you are a freelancer or online seller and want to create an online contact form that has conditional fields based on reader’s choice.
Feels like you’ll pull your hair to get it done right?
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When you are just starting out there are dime a dozen of cheap hosting companies that can get you started for as low as $5 per month.
But when you are a fully functional online business or blogger or even a developer agency, you have a lot of headaches going on. A single downtime or a backup failure can cost you visitors and hence hard-earned money.
ConvertKit is hands down one of the few best email marketing software that I can rely on.
ConvertKit isn't a jack of all trades and master of none, it is a specifically crafted email service for bloggers, podcasters and creators.
In this ConvertKit review, I'll walk you through the complete review of it, including the good, the bad and the ugly. Let's do this!
Before continuing with this unbiased Thrive Comments review, I am sure…
…You’ll agree with me!
The most easily-achievable website engagement (read blog comments) is also often the most underrated system of engagement.
Blog comments are easy to get, and often the first sign of interaction that a visitor has with you after reading your posts.
And what do we do after that?
Either dump it into a heap of previously approved comments or at most leave a reply back to it.
Nothing else! (Until now)