Once you’ve finished up a plugin or a theme for WordPress, you have to figure out how you’re going to market and sell it. There’s a wealth of different distribution options and pricing models, so this can be a tricky task.
The article below aims to help you through it, talking in depth about your options and considerations, as well as pointing you to where you can learn more.
The thought of ditching your day job, abandoning your clients and selling your themes and plugins can be very tempting. For those who’ve made a success of it, it can be lucrative. But once you’ve written and released your code, the work isn’t over. You’ll need to market it, keep it updated, test it regularly and provide support. But if you follow this advice, your career as a theme or plugin vendor will be more successful and you’ll provide real value to the WordPress community.
Read full article: WordPress Careers Masterclass: Selling Your Code (Themes and Plugins)