The contact form that WP “allows” us to use on our blogs seems to not be working for most poetry challenge participants. Over half of you are having difficulties.
WordPress posted a message on my blog stating:
Customers can’t reach you at firstname.lastname@example.org – click here to add a mailbox:
Let customers reach you at email@example.com. We’ve partnered with Google to offer you email, storage, docs, calendars, and more integrated with your site.
Professional email and so much more.
We’ve partnered with Google to offer you email, storage, docs, calendars, and more integrated with your site.
$6 per user / month
$72 billed yearly
Wow… if I sold $6.00 worth of books a month to afford this I would be happy. However, this is way too rich for my blood. WordPress, this is not the way to keep your customers happy! Why can’t they simply insure that the contact form works?
Yesterday, I lost my saved blocks in the editor and they disappeared from my site. When I contacted WP they said they were still there. Possibly, they reset something, because when I went back into my blog after our chat session ended, the blocks were there.
It has been my experience that many poetry challenges ask the participants to simply email in their entries. So, to make things easier… Let’s do that. I would like to continue to add the poems and links to the recap so that is the only solution I can come up with.
Please Email me at colleenchesebro.com. I will need: Name of the poem, #Type of poem, Your Https:// address of your blog post where you wrote the poem, and your poem. ❤
Thanks for understanding. Next week, I will delete the contact form from the challenge. If you any of you have any ideas to make this process smoother, please let me know.