How to Monetize a WordPress Plugin: Premium vs. AddOns


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For monetizing plugins, premium is one of the go-to options. Another choice is to offer a free plugin with paid add-ons. Both can be successful, and both have their own examples to back in up.

So which do you choose? The article below is designed to help you make that choice, showing you some pros and cons to help you figure when to use which model, and which one is right for your own plugins.

WooCommerce, iThemes Exchange and some other of the most successful WordPress companies have managed to build significant businesses with the add-ons monetization model. It’s very tempting just to follow them based on their success.

We’ve done extensive research for WordPress plugin developers detailing the pros and cons of using add-ons and extensions. It looks very tempting–but is it right for your business?

Read the full article: Premium vs. AddOns – Which is the Best Monetization Model for Your WordPress Plugin?

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