Third Party Love

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:


#1 MailChimp

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.



#2 Eventbrite

Eventbrite is a global marketplace for live experiences that allows people to find and create events in 190 countries.


#3 Zoomph

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.


#4 Razoo

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, 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.



#7 ContactMe

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.

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