TUTORIAL: Submit Online HTML Form to Both MySQL and Email Using PHP

In 2011, online survey giant, SurveyMonkey, acquired Wufoo Forms for 35 million. SurveyMonkey itself does 113 million a year in revenue.

And, it’s valued at nearly 1.35 billion.

Both of these services serve a simple purpose: creating online forms. And, they’re not the only players in the market.

How much of that market would you need to siphon off to make more money than you probably ever imagined?

It’s what I tell developers all the time.

Focus on one thing. Get really good at it. Cash in on that one skill until it runs dry.

Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

So, would you like to learn how to build a badass HTML form that submits data to both MySQL and email?

Study this video. It could be your way out:

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