Starting a plugin business these days is hard. The market feels saturated and it looks like that everything you think of is already there. In such a saturated market, how will people find your plugin? I have thought of the same thing. I’ve decided that I want to focus on developing (and a little marketing) but I don’t want to lose my energy on maintaining a licensing solution. In this article, I’ll try to make it easier for you to start a plugin business with Freemius.
As a Developer, I always searched for various freelance jobs so I could gain more experience and earn more money. Being mainly a WordPress developer, I had a hard time finding good jobs and clients. Tried a few platforms and finally, I found Codeable. This Codeable Review will be aimed at developers and people who are looking for a trusted developer.
Time has come to review my progress, again. I know, it’s another one of those progress reviews, but I actually like those. It helps you learn a lot about how people handle their businesses and how they think about their careers and life. So, if you like those articles, you will probably like this one also.
The freemium model is a well-known business model in WordPress. Basically, you have a free plugin with core features and a pro one with advanced features (or add-ons). In this tutorial, you will see how I use OOP to show my users the upgrade option. That could help you get better conversions in WordPress plugins.
Learn how to make money with WordPress by selling your own plugins or themes. In this article, I’ll talk about which approaches you can use to sell your own products and present you the options you could use.