Best Survey Tool

We need to be able to send out survey's to our clients.  We want to do this by generating and sending a customized link that include the clients info and other pre-filled information into the survey. Such as:[n_value]&dept=[dept_value]&t=[t_value]

Survey Monkey can do this, but I'm looking for alternatives that are a one time cost and that we could potentially integrate into our wordpress website.  Any recommendations?
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Brad RubinCommented:
We use Wufoo for surveys. It is a very inexpensive solution that is very flexible. You can embed code snippets into your site, prepopulate data and totally customize and brand forms. It is simple to use and setup. Give it a shot!



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ITPro44Author Commented:
good option thanks.  Is there any solutions that are a one time cost vs a subscription?
Brad RubinCommented:
I feel most SaSS survey products are subscription based. You could always buy one or two months of Wufoo and cancel it when you are done; I don't believe there is an annual commitment.
Brian MatisProduct ManagerCommented:
Google has a survey product that's free, but that I don't believe is as robust as things like SurveyMonkey or WuFoo. We've used it for some very simple surveys, but again, not sure how complex you can get with it.

Not sure if it can do the pre-filling that you need, but it might be worth a shot if cost is a major barrier to you.

I did spot that it's supposed to support embedding!
ITPro44Author Commented:
Thanks for the responses guys.  I'm look into both options.
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