Website Development · Form builder

What are the best forms for websites?

Richard Tucci Freelance Project Manager & Line Producer at Freelance

August 19th, 2016

So, I am rebranding my wordpress website, and the issue of forms for subscriptions, contact, and mailing lists has come up.  I realize I have several options.

My wordpress theme came with Pirate Forms as a default.  I also have e-mail subscription widgets as part of Jetpack, but I can't see how to configure it, or where I can view the tables with e-mails.  And of course, I have embed-able forms through mailchimp.

I can't tell which one is best, Pirate Forms,  Jetpack, or Mailchimp.  Does anyone have any advice on which to use?  Or how to configure them?

Bob Graham Engineering and Software

August 19th, 2016

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You can embed our form in your site, connect it to a lead pipeline and mass email anyone who fills it out, as well as put them into stages.

David Albert Founder & Principal at GreyGoo

August 19th, 2016

Gravity Forms, hands-down, is the best WordPress plug-in for building forms. It's $39 for a single site license. I've tried lots of other forms plug-ins and no one beats them. Super easy to setup and they have support integration for ecommerce, MailChimp and a bunch of other email marketing platforms for collecting subscription sign-ups. You can go with a free plug-in, but the $39 is well worth it if you're going to host multiple forms for multiple purposes on your site.

Varun sha

August 22nd, 2016

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Warisul Sohel Founder

August 22nd, 2016

Well you can use formidable form for getting contact information or visual form
And for newsletter part I think mailchimp will be best