Third party love services.
I‘ve waded through quite a few third party services/plugins over the past five years. Each service was measured on several items: Performance, Price, UX/UI Design, Responsive design, and Reviews (Colleague & Online). Eight Third Party services have passed my test and I have implemented various combinations into my clients projects.
Below are the top eight that made the my list:
MailChimp is an email marketing service provider, founded in 2001. It has 7 million users that collectively send over 10 billion emails through the service each month.
Eventbrite is a global marketplace for live experiences that allows people to find and create events in 190 countries.
Today’s leading Influencer Engagement Platform (IEP), designed to optimize the way you track, view, and leverage social media. Streamlining content from Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram all in real-time, Zoomph is the only platform today that helps you measure your success through levels of engagement.
Raise money online for your nonprofit or charity. Create an online fundraising page for your campaigns and events, or donate to any US registered nonprofit.
#5 Add This
AddThis is a media web-tracking technology company based in Vienna, Virginia, United States. The company operates AddThis.com, a widely used social bookmarking service that can be integrated into a website with the use of a web widget.
#6 Adobe Kuler
Create color schemes with the color wheel or browse thousands of color combinations from the Kuler community.
ContactMe is a simple and lightweight CRM tool for small businesses. Manage contacts, track tasks, get a free contact form and never lose track of a client again.
#8 Jot Form
JotForm’s form builder helps you create & publish online forms anywhere, anytime without writing a single line of code.