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Thursday, May 14, 2009

10 Free Forms for Blogger & Websites

If you are looking 'how to put a any form in a blogger' then this post is going to help you. Putting a form in blogger is very easy. All you need to do just create a new post and put a form code (Provided by following sites below) in body section of your post and publish it. That's it.

There are various sites across the web which offers free forms to use for Blogger & Websites. Here I am going to share top 10 sites which offers free forms for Blogger & Websites with embedded code.

1. Google Docs

Google Docs provide embedded code forms for your blog or website. Just login to docs.google.com and click on the New > From Template > Forms. Choose form of your choice and copy embedded code. Follow steps mentioned below:

GoogleDocForm

GoogleDocForm

2. FormSmarts

FormSmarts is an integrated web form service that lets you create forms, publish them online, and get form results. Add a web form to your site or blog, or let visitors access your form from MySpace®, Facebook®, and anywhere you can post a link.

FormSmarts

3. Kontactr

Kontactr is a one-click free contact form service. With Kontactr, you can fight against the amount of spam that you receive daily. Protect your email address by using our highly secure contact form. You can also use our simple tools to embed the form right into your own website.

Kontactr

4. Wufoo

Wufoo offers easy, copy/paste solutions for integrating a Wufoo form into a web page. For advanced users, full CSS and XHTML markup is also included. To simplify the process even further, the intuitive Wufoo theme manager allows you to customize the look of your form with a few clicks of the mouse so that your form seamlessly matches the look of your site.

Wufoo

5. ZOHO

Zoho Creator provides you with an easy drag-and-drop html form builder to build html forms online. Zoho Creator also makes it easy to embed HTML Forms in your website through simple copy/paste. Once you have collected data through HTML Forms, you can manage and edit the collected data online and share the data with others

Zoho

6. My Contact Form

It is now easier than ever to keep in touch with your site's visitors. The arduous task of creating contact forms, email forms, feedback forms, questionnaires, surveys, order forms, polls, or any other type of web form is a thing of the past!

MyContactForm

7. Free Contact Form

Script provided by this site works for a wide variety of website forms, not just contact us forms. These scripts are sometimes refered to as the following: contact form, website contact form, email form, PHP contact form, Javascript contact form, form to email, form 2 email, form2email, form generator, form builder, form maker, automatic contact form or contact form script.

FreeContactForm

8. FormSpring

FormSpring gives businesses and organizations an easy way to build any type of online form, integrate it with their website and begin collecting data. Once you have started collecting that data you can use the information you gathered in our online database or export it. With FormSpring anyone can build all types of web forms, collect data online and do it simply and efficiently.

FormSpring

9. Web Form Designer

WebFormDesigner can automatically validate your user's input - ensure the required fields are properly complete, and check that a valid email is input. Restrict input to alphanumeric, numerals only or just letters.

WebFormDesigner

10. Kampyle

Customize the look and feel of your feedback forms to fit your website's, as well as your business needs. Create multiple feedback forms for different locations of your website with the relevant questions for each page.

Kamyle

Do you have any suggestions? Leave your comment.

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72 comments :

web tasarim said...

thanks for share.

Nick Ladd said...

Thank you for the mention of myContactForm.com in your blog. I am the owner of the service, and wanted to point out that we have a step-by-step tutorial for adding myContactForm.com to Blogger available at the following URL:

http://www.email-forms.com/blogs/blogger/

togar said...

Nice info..
I'll try immediately

Cheri Amour said...

This is pretty cool! I may have to use one of these on one of my sites:) Thanks for sharing!

-Cheri Amour
Twitter.com/CheriAmour

otep said...

Nice blog and thanks for the info. I'll try it too.

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Tangi Adopt A Rescue said...

I found another one: allforms
free form to email: unlimited by mailjol

We provide free form to email with auto-responders and other form handling services which are feature rich and yet easy to use for both novice web users and experienced web designers. Feedback forms, Contact forms, Order forms, Signup forms, Survey forms, Questionnaires, Project forms, Application forms, File upload forms etc, all are supported here. Even if you don't have a form, you can create online using our Easy Form Creator. No programming knowledge required.

Free Form to E-Mail. No PHP or CGI required. Feedback Forms..Contact Forms..Autoresponders..Easy to use remotely hosted script..Create or build Forms Online

http://allforms.mailjol.net/
http://snipurl.com/s8jz8

They have a free and a paid service; the pay service is only about $11 per year.

shivan said...

thanks, very useful. All these are paid. I want free.

bathmate said...

Thank you for posting.
it is really helpful to all.

Bathmate

WebsiteHostingPro.com said...

Thanks for the info!

I'm using Google Docs as Contact Form in my blogger blog at http://jutawanblogger.blogspot.com

123 Contact Form said...

Too bad you decided to review only 10 free form services. Please consider http://www.123contactform.com to your list.

PHP Programming said...

Nice Post

Fabio Santos said...

Thaks for intuitive post. Very interesting.

Divine Friend said...

I found a very simple and quick contact form here
http://aliveprojects.com/apps/contactemailer/how-to-install-contact-form-in-your-blog

Please mention about it also if you like it

Mom with a Mission said...

So glad I came across your post. Found a great template on Google Docs. Modified it for my purposes and now have a new entry form for my blog give-away. I'm thrilled! Thanks.

www.peanutclinicaltrial.blogspot.com

Alex said...

yes, very good tips

formchamp.com has even an wizard to create forms, then one can either copy paste the code or the link to blogger, myspace, facebook or most sites

Noor Haziah Bt Adam (Azie) said...

I try this one from this website http://www.mycontactform.com/index.php and its all perfect...!!!

Try it guys... =)

Mohamad Marstias Billy said...

i think your utorial so usefull, but i want to ask how about make form that can be make me get the list for their e-mail for free without using andsubscribe from "getresponses" like "autoresponder services"
thnks for your answer

sandeep said...

Hi,
I read this nice and very informative post also try it in my blog site http://www.orissaseo.blogspot.com
really it works perfectly.
Thanks for the nice post.

downmedia said...

thanks my friend

Ari said...

Thank you, looking for a good many hours of instruction, although what can be found here. Add you directly to the blog.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for this

Syu - Sarawak Cake House said...

Thank for for helping me to improve my blog:
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Disability Forms said...

Really these are very helpful to improve my blog, Thanks for sharing!

Rakesh Sharma said...

Thanks @Disability Forms.

Ecommerce developer said...

But i want to ask how about make form that can make me get the list for their e-mail for free without using andsubscribe from "getresponses" like "autoresponder services"

Anoop said...

Thanks for sharing greate stuff. Actually i want to add contact form in my blog(http://seo-webdesignindia.blogspot.com/) so i search in google and finf you great stuff.

syamtech said...

thanks you so much....wow!!!

oscommerce development said...

Hey people thanks for the great information sharing with us. Its truly very nice.

Ade Supriyatna said...

Thanks for your great information. I will try one by one to know about the features all of them. How about 123contctform.com that i've found ones?

jimmy said...

hey these are nice website...and this blog is too much good !

PHP Web Development said...

This is pretty cool indeed! I may have to use one of these on one of my sites..Thanks!

dhruv said...

good and straight tip.......bro

eky said...

Having a contact form on a blog is a must for bloggers. It's the best way to hide email address from spammer.

web forms said...

Zoho and wufoo are great builders

nomura said...

So good, It was options for me.
Thank you very much.

best web hosting said...

I love your blog. This is very much useful for me. How you got this informations? Thanks for sharing.

Web Application said...

I liked it ... such an informative and helpful post for new bloggers.

Web Application said...

Loved it .... beautifully explained information.

san francisco shuttles said...

Great share...Actually i was looking for free forms for my websites.

Shrink said...

Excellent choice but you forgot one of best free contact forms solutions: Contact Forms in Clouds.

JelBee said...

Can i used this in any blogger template?

Rakesh Sharma said...

@JelBee Yes you can use in any blogger template.

business logo said...

I have seen something revealing after a very long time.

Feedback Form said...

There are some great feedback form options out there. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Forgot JotForm one of the best form builders. http://bit.ly/lJrEzs

Business logo design said...

Thaks for intuitive post. Very interesting.

e-junior said...

myContactForm.com really free.. but they give only 20 message per monnth.. =(

Ruby Claire said...

Gr8 tips for new bloggers. Wufoo is new for me.

Office forms

Missouri web design said...

Wow, this is really great. thank you for sharing.

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I just found this blog and have high hopes for it to continue. Keep up the great work, its hard to find good ones. I have added to my favorites.

Cameron Reid said...

Nice post. Here’s a tool that lets you build your custom web form in minutes – without coding. Just point-and-click
http://www.caspio.com/online-database/features/web-forms-online.aspx

Contactformulier maken said...

You should check www.cloudformz.com too.

Business Logo Designers said...

I just bookmarked it, thanks for sharing with us.

Francesca said...

THANK YOU!!! You solved a problem for me :-)

Maureen said...

I have been searching all over the internet for a good copy/paste html "contact us" form and had no idea that Google Docs had their own! Thanks a bunch!

Ghostwriter said...

I read your above article you have done great job.

Adrian said...

Good templates! Thank you so much for sharing this templates.Your views truly open my mind.logo design

squatcher said...

I'm looking for an easy html code to insert into my Dreamweaver coded template for "comments" on the articles I publish.

Can you steer me in the right direction?

Faisal imran said...

free contact form is best in my opinion ....

Nicole, Nikki, Nicoli, [ur variation of my name here] said...

I highly suggest Wufoo. Keep in mind that for their free option you can only make up to 3 forms and only 100 entries per month are allowed. These limitations don't affect me, so I chose Wufoo over Google Docs.

You can see my form here: http://inspiredbynikki.blogspot.com/p/contact-nikki.html

The form is within an iframe, however Wufoo offers MANY options for customization (far more than Google Docs).

Anonymous said...

Please tell any service whose free form submission quota is maximum.I want to embed to my blogspot to fetch inquiry.

Jayr said...

thanks! this one is helpful!

Anonymous said...

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Taimoor said...

Thank you dude. It was much useful to get all beautiful forms in one place.

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Nick Adams said...

Thank you give me a nice and good information related to website and blogger. I agree with your views. So keep it up..

Bret Rick said...

Nice info Rakesh, thanks for sharing!

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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kei said...

Thanx for posting it! This is really helpful. :D

grails said...

Using google docs is simple. But Google is notorious for dropping services

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