Bizodo – Online Form Builder


Bizodo is a free point and click online form builder that helps users collect and manage forms with ease. Users can create online forms, surveys, event registration or contact forms to be used either with a custom web address from Bizodo or to be easily embed in an existing site. Once the forms are filled, that information can be easily used to create mailing lists or to follow up on specific tasks.

Bizodo offers related tools that help small business owners to stay organized and productive. The project management tools keep people effective, while a cloud document manager allows users to easily store, organize and share documents collected from online forms. The contact manager ensures easy collaboration and proper follow-ups on contacts.

The site offers a freemium model where no credit card is required. The paid plans start at $29/month and offer a money back guarantee as well as complete customer support.

Bizodo was founded in February 2011 by a team of lead generation and online marketing veterans, having Jonathon Ende as CEO. It recently exited out of beta. While external sites have limited traffic information about the service, the easy tools offered and the degree of integration between them position the project for sustainable growth in the near future.

Wufoo – Create Forms Online


Wufoo allows users to design online forms from within their browsers. Forms can be built by indicating what fields should appear in them. Wufoo takes these specs and automatically publishes the form on the web, taking care of collecting the replies and presenting them to the form’s author in various formats.

When someone designs a form with Wufoo, it automatically builds the database, backend and scripts needed to make collecting and understanding data easy, fast and fun. Because Wufoo hosts everything, all that’s needed is a browser, an Internet connection and a few minutes to build a form and start using it right away.

Wufoo’s tiered monthly plans range from $14.95/month to $199.95/month and the prices are based on the number of forms, the number of entries that can be submitted per month, the amount of disk space used for handling files and various other factors. There’s also a free version available, with limited capabilities.

In April 2011 Wufoo signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by SurveyMonkey, its main competitor at that time. According to the merger agreement both services will continue to operate and the forms will continue to function as before. Since then, Wufoo’s traffic seems to be on an upward trend according to Compete; it seems the merger was successful for all the parties involved. An interview with the Wufoo co-founder Kevin Hale (describing the history of the company at large) is available here.

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