If you’re looking to generate leads on your WordPress site, Elementor Pro’s Form widget makes it easy to create front-end forms to collect as much or as little information as you need from your leads. Once you’ve done that, however, you need a way to organize and manage those leads after you submit your form. The Form widget gives you many options: you can connect directly to several email marketing/CRM services, or you can use Zapier to connect to the thousands of apps available on Zapier. In this article, I will show you how to connect Elementor to a specific app using Zapier – Google Sheets. Google Sheets is a very easy (and free) way to manage leads. Plus, since most of us are used to working on spreadsheets, it’s easy to get started and run, and you’ll feel right at home when managing your leads. Keep reading for a step-by-step guide on how to connect Elementor to Google Sheets to automatically add new leads as rows in your spreadsheet. What you need to connect Elementor to Google Sheets To follow this tutorial and connect Elementor to
Create a Zap in Zapier and Configure the Trigger
Google Sheets, you will need a few things: Elementor Pro – you need Elementor Pro to access the Form widget and Zapier integration. Zapier is what lets you connect to Google Sheets, so it’s essential. A Zapier account – you can create a free account, but you may have to pay depending on how many leads you plan to collect. Anyway, you can follow the tutorial for free. Access to Google Sheets – if you have a Google account, you already have access to Google Sheets. You can open the dashboard here. Phew, are you still there? Did you notice your mind wandering off mid-sentence? Mine sure did. If yours did too, that’s Philippines Phone Number because it’s difficult to process information that isn’t structured. Before you can wrap your head around the information, a new piece of information is already vying for your attention. That’s actually a big reason why we use periods. Periods actually say: “OK, this is the end of what I want to say, let that sink in before you continue”. Let’s rewrite this passage with shorter sentences.
Zapier Webhook Url to Elementor and Test Connection
Chopping up long sentences into shorter ones can help improve readability. Especially online, longer sentences are more difficult to read. Visitors may leave your site earlier when being confronted You have a few options here. You can: Create a dedicated landing page that includes the Form widget. Create a popup containing the Form widget and display it anywhere on your site using Elementor Popup Builder. Add a form to an existing page using a template and its shortcode. As long as you use the Form widget in Elementor Pro, you will be able to sync with Google Sheets. It doesn’t matter where you display the Form widget. For this example, I created a popup that contains the Form widget. In the form, I have set up three fields for: First name Last name E-mail address However, you can add as many