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What are the best forms for websites?

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?

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David Albert
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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. www.gravityforms.com/ 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.
Bob Graham
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Bob Graham Entrepreneur
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If you are doing sales, check out www.eventtemple.com
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.

Warisul Islam Sohel
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Warisul Islam Sohel Entrepreneur
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Well you can use formidable form for getting contact information or visual form
And for newsletter part I think mailchimp will be best
Varun sha
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Varun sha Entrepreneur
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I can suggest to go through link which might help
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