How to Make an Order Form that Boosts Your Sales
Want to sell your goods online? Then you’re probably going to need an online order form on your website. Such forms are beneficial for both you and your customers: users can quickly and easily pay for their orders and you can receive those payments right away. All you need to do is create an online form with payment.
You’re probably thinking right now, ‘How can I create an online order form for my website if I don’t have any programming skills?’ Just use the AidaForm service. Our intuitive drag-and-drop form builder lets you create an online order form without writing a single line of code. Choose a color theme and font to match the design of your website or brand, integrate your form with your PayPal or Stripe account to securely collect payments and add a link your form to the Place Order button on your website. With AidaForm, it’s easy to monitor and analyze your orders – they will be stored in your personal account so you can view them at any time.
Still wondering how to create an order form for a website? Read the tutorial below to create your own order form in a few easy steps.
How to Make an Order Form Match Your Requirements
Now that you know how to make an order form for an online shop, let’s talk more about the PayPal and Stripe fields. AidaForm offers flexible settings so you can easily adjust it to your business needs. Apart from adding a brief description and setting a currency, you can charge fixed amount, custom amount (set by a user) or offer a product selection. Let’s address each payment type in detail.
This type of payment is useful if you’re selling the same-type items at a fixed price: fixed participation fee, fixed membership fee, one-size or one-color goods, etc. For instance, you’re organizing a cooking class. To register visitors, you can create a simple online form with payment and collect a fixed participation fee – just select the Fixed Amount option in the field’s settings and specify the amount you want people to pay.
If you want to create a charitable donation form, sell gift certificates or simply let people choose how much they want to pay for your product or service, use the Custom Amount option. This payment type gives customers an opportunity to pay any amount they like. To help people decide how much they should pay, you can set the suggested amount.
This payment type lets you set a specific price for each product option so that people could choose the one they are interested in. For example, if you’re creating a ticket order form, you can offer a Go-As-You-Please Ticket, Day Ticket Saturday, Afternoon Ticket Saturday, etc. Another example is selling clothes – let your customers choose the size, color, designs, etc. By the way, you can use our t-shirt order form sample – it already includes such fields as Color, Size, Design, Quantity, etc.