Licensing your WordPress products means using the GPL. In this post, I’ll answer the question, “What is the GPL?” and explain how it ties into WordPress.
Once you’ve developed your plugin, you need to let people find it. This post will look at some ways to sell your WordPress plugin,
The pricing model of your WordPress plugin can make or break its success. This post will discuss how freemium vs premium compares.
Looking to outsource the support for your WordPress plugin? Let me guide you through the benefits, things to consider, and five options.
See how to find your WordPress plugin competitors and how to track their positions in the WordPress.org search results for the keywords you rank for.
WordPress Plugin reviews are crucial for social proof making people more comfortable to buy your plugin. In this guide find out how to get more reviews for your WordPress plugin.
Translating your WordPress plugin can boost its rankings in the WordPress plugin directory. Find out how and where to get your free WordPress plugin translated in our complete guide.
Supporting your free WordPress plugins can give you a leg up over the competition. Find out why you should support your free WordPress plugins in our complete guide.
Optimizing your plugin readme can take you from page 10 on the plugin directory to page 1. In this guide find out how to get more downloads by optimizing your WordPress.org plugin readme.txt.
Ranking your plugin on WordPress.org doesn’t need to be a guessing game. Find out how to track your WordPress plugin rankings over time in our complete guide.