Getting a plugin to market takes a lot of hard work. But once you’ve crossed that major hurdle for your product and your business, you’ve still got some work to do.
From customer support to bug fixes and content updates, there are several ways to keep a product current, relevant, and growing even well after its initial release. Read below to find out more.
You put your heart and soul into creating and perfecting your WordPress plugin.
You slaved over your code. You even made it through the wrenching, drawn-out process of submitting it to the repository. You waited, you responded, you made requested changes, and now, finally, the day is here. It’s been approved. Your plugin – your baby – is online and available for download. Time to celebrate?
Not quite! Before you pop open the champagne, or move on to the next process, you still have some work to do – especially if you’re serious about your business as a WordPress plugin developer.
Read the full article: How to Reevaluate WordPress Plugins After Launch