Anoop @ Daily Gyan has a nice post with a video tutorial explaining how you can add a contact form to your blogspot blog using Zoho Creator.

If you want to be a better blogger, you need to listen to your readers. You need to give them an opportunity to get in touch with you.

That’s why it is important to have a ‘Contact Me’ page in your blog. A ‘Contact Me’ or ‘Send Your Feedback’ page not only makes your blog look professional, but will also make you understand your readers better, help you in getting a lot of tips from them and ultimately will make you a better blogger in the long run.

But, have you seen our Send Tips page? It has been done using Zoho Creator. In today’s post we teach you how to create a similar form for your blog.

Read more @ the Daily Gyan blog. Thanks, Anoop!

You can try the above for your blog / website as well. And we have other examples of Zoho Creator in action. Ming Jack Po says in a blog post about using Zoho Creator for registration at New York City Interscholastics Mathematics League.

if you need to construct a nice looking form to accept information, Google Spreadsheet really sucks. I’ve found Zoho Creator to be absolutely amazing in that respect though. They even allow for scripted actions like automatically sending an email using data you just co llected as acknowledgment. For example, at the New York Interscholastic Mathematics League, we use it to collect registration information.

If you are managing your projects using Zoho Projects & are interested in giving us a case study, you can do so by filling up this Zoho Creator form and you will be featured in our website.

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  1. Jon

    The form won’t wrap to it in the sidebar, so beware. It will add scrollbars instead. I had hoped it could fit neatly in the sidebar. Does anyone know how to do this?

  2. Jon

    The form won’t wrap to it in the sidebar, so beware. It will add scrollbars instead. I had hoped it could fit neatly in the sidebar. Does anyone know how to do this?

  3. Rick

    Thanks for this great idea. I followed the example on “Daily Gyan” and created a “Contact Me” option for my WordPress.com blog. WordPress.com would not accept the embed code. So, I setup a web page on my website and embedded the code there. I used the “link” option in my WorkPress.com blog to “link” to the “Contact Me” page. The work-a-round works! Thanks again, for this great idea. Now, we’ll see if anyone uses it.Rick

  4. Rick

    Thanks for this great idea. I followed the example on “Daily Gyan” and created a “Contact Me” option for my WordPress.com blog. WordPress.com would not accept the embed code. So, I setup a web page on my website and embedded the code there. I used the “link” option in my WorkPress.com blog to “link” to the “Contact Me” page. The work-a-round works! Thanks again, for this great idea. Now, we’ll see if anyone uses it.Rick