Add 123FormBuilder Forms to Tumblr

Spice up your Tumblr with custom forms for leads, surveys, payments, and more. Make your blog the best it can be with 123FormBuilder and our Tumblr integration. 
Create online forms for anything: signups, subscriptions, orders, payments, quizzes – whatever you need. Start for free today!

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Online Forms for Tumblr Blogs

Tumblr is a popular platform for creators, with over 200 million blogs and 80 million posts daily. Users can customize their blogs and connect with millions of people worldwide by joining communities and following #tags.

Add Tumblr web forms from 123FormBuilder to optimize the blog visitor experience and get more leads. Let’s review some advanced features:

  • Conditional logic – Employ logic branching to personalize your potential course attendance experience.
  • Formula field – Simplify calculations for course purchases, add discounts, coupons, and more.
  • Product field – Describe to your prospective consumers exactly what they will get from your courses.
  • Upload field – Allow course attendees to submit files (ID photographs, diplomas, etc.).
  • E-signature – Simply gather client waivers and sign course agreements using electronic signatures.
  • Thank-you messages – Thank your course attendees for completing your quizzes, surveys, and forms.
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Add Third-party Apps to Forms

123FormBuilder enables you to connect hundreds of applications to your online form. We offer over 45 built-in integrations with major apps like Salesforce, MailChimp, and Google Sheets. These Tumblr integrations with web forms enable you to manage databases, engage with clients, automate email marketing campaigns, and store subscriber data. 

You may immediately integrate one or more payment processors—such as Square, PayPal, and Stripe—into your Tumblr form to convert it into a functional order form that accepts payments. You can sell more quickly using our 123FormBuilder form interface with Tumblr. Zapier can handle any additional integrations that you require! It connects you to hundreds of apps and resources to help you get the most out of your Tumblr online forms while also streamlining and optimizing blog processes.

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Data is Always Safe!

When working with databases, security is crucial, which is why 123FormBuilder handles your data security demands. Our online forms are ideal if you need to comply with GDPR and HIPAA standards. We have implemented stringent data security protocols to safeguard your form data against online dangers. 

Strict security measures protect data and defend against cyberattacks during form integration with Tumblr. They use reCaptcha, SPF, and DKIM to combat spam, bots, and phishing. These features verify online email exchanges, reducing the risk of fraudulent conduct. With our complete approach to data protection, we provide the highest level of security for your forms. You can rely on us to protect the privacy and security of your sensitive information.

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Ready-to-use Form Templates

Our platform provides form templates ready for customization with brand elements, conditional logic, and question branching.

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How it works

Here’s how simple it is to add a 123FormBuilder form to your Tumblr blog

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Step 1

Get the form code from 123FormBuilder by logging in to your 123FormBuilder account. Go to the Publish section of the form you want to use, select Embed, and choose the fitting option.

Step 2

Then, publish your form on Tumblr as text. Log into your Tumblr account, click on Make a post, and choose text or link.

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Step 3

You can also publish the form as an image. In your Tumblr account, click Make a post and choose Text. Set the Editor to HTML, and paste the code copied from 123FormBuilder.

Add online forms from 123FormBuilder to your Tumbler blog and optimize your business!

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