WordPress Tips

Why You Should Limit Product Usage Based on Websites

Many WordPress product business models follow a ‘Site License’ pricing structure, encouraging a customer to purchase a license depending on the number of websites they’re going to use your plugin or theme on. How would you get started with this?  You’re going to need to generate an API key for your customer upon checkout. That …

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Why You Should Offer Automatic Updates In Your WordPress Products

Offering automatic updates allows administrators to have the latest updates installed on their website as soon as it’s released.  WordPress introduced automatic updates for plugins in late 2020. This allows developers to release an update and have it automatically installed on a user’s website without having to wait until the website administrator can run it …

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Why You Should Use a Third-Party Service to Handle WordPress Product Updates

If you’re at the stage where your WordPress plugin or theme is ready for launch but needs the final touches such as update control, you should be taking a few important variables into account. How much time do you have available?  Building an update server to offer updates to your customers who purchase your WordPress …

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