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Integration with: PayPal Salesforce.com Google Apps FreshBooks Custom Remote Scripts* * The HTTP Connector allows you to automatically forward submitted data to any remote script, using the HTTP protocol (the same protocol used when a web form is submitted). This can be used to integrate with many third-party services like HubSpot, MailChimp, Google Analytics for Salesforce, or even Twitter. In fact, with the HTTP Connector, any service that relies on a web form submission can work with FormAssembly! This connector is also particularly useful if you already have a form set up and you need to keep using your server-side script. FormAssembly will act as the "middle man," processing your form and delivering all its advanced features, and then forwarding the data so that your existing business process remains uninterrupted. http://www3.formassembly.com/faq.php See More
Their pricing plan includes an option to set up a form for free, then pay per response. This means you don't pile up front costs into questionnaires that don't return you any valuable information. You also don't need to worry about overspending. The cost per response is not per response made, but per response received; e.g. should 1,000 people respond to your survey, but you only need the first 100, only pay for 100 and that's all that Form Assembly will pass on to you; keeping the others on their servers in case you should later choose to also dig into those responses. See More
Wix has an add-on store, called the App Market, that includes community developed bits of functionality (such as comments, calendars and integrations with third-party services) that you can add to your site. The store includes both free and paid add-ons. See More
There's a selection of elements you can choose from in the sidebar that you can drag and drop into the page and edit. There are common elements such as text, images and buttons as well as less common elements such as blog or online store. All elements can be adjusted to some extent to fit your needs. For example, you can change things like the font, weight and style of text and even crop, adjust colors and apply filters to images. See More
This means you can add custom interactions and API's to your site when needed, but do most of the editing in a GUI. This helps you avoid the need to redo an entire site if you need custom interactions. Also dead easy to connect a database and have dynamic components based on CMS updates. See More
Squarespace has a bunch of small nice-to-haves that make it a pleasure to use, like automatically getting a screengrab when adding a video so that the site doesn't load the whole video before the user has clicked on it, or a sign-up process that's sane among other things. See More
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