ProfitPress Roundup: Issue #4

How to Make More Money with WordPress

In this issue of the ProfitPress Roundup we've curated more of the best articles to help you make more money with WordPress.

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On to the roundup!

The Roundup

Plugin & Theme Developers

Launching a WordPress Plugin or Theme? Use This List of 60+ Sites to Jumpstart Sales

What’s the hardest part of any business?  Distribution.  Getting your product out there in from of prospective customers in order to generate sales is hard!  So, we thought we’d help you out.  Here's a list of sites for PR to jumpstart your WordPress business.

How to Sustain Growth after Launching WordPress Plugins & Themes

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.

Should You Sell Premium WordPress Themes on ThemeForest?

Have you ever created a premium WordPress theme?  If so, a big consideration is where to sell it. You could sell it yourself or you could post it to one of the existing theme marketplaces.  Here's we'll help you evaluate whether ThemeForest, the largest WordPress theme marketplace, is right for your premium WordPress theme business.

How to Manage WordPress Plugin & Theme Renewal Discounts

Are renewal discounts right for your WordPress theme or plugin business?  Learn the ins and outs, and dos and don’ts, of renewal discounts for WordPress themes and plugins to make an informed decision on whether to offer these types of deals to your own customers.

How to Offer Free Trials for Your WordPress Plugins or Themes Business

When you own a WordPress plugin or theme business, the big challenge is getting enough people to pay for it. This is where free trials come in. Free trials come in many forms, but if done right they can boost conversions. This article goes in-depth into all the options, advantages, and considerations, covering everything you need to know about free trials for a WordPress plugin or theme business.

Freelancers & Agencies

How to Add Recurring Income to Your WordPress Business

WordPress agencies and freelancers typically live on a constant stream of clients. Finish one job, get paid, and move onto the next. This can function as a steady income stream, but the constant need for more work limits the flexibility that many people are looking for from this kind of job. The ideal solution for many is recurring income.

Hosting & WordPress Multisite

How Edublogs Makes Money with WordPress Multisite

WordPress multisite is a powerful tool that allows you to host thousands (even millions) of website w\on a single WordPress install.  This is great, but how can you make money with WordPress this way?  This post is about how Edublogs does it.

Blogging, Content & Writing

A Guide to Making Money with Curated Content Websites on WordPress

With all the articles out there on just about every topic you can think of, content curation sites make finding them easy by gathering that information together in one place. This how-to guide lists several ways you can monetize your WordPress a content curation website.

3 Ways to Make Money With a WordPress Blog

Blogging is a passion for a lot of people and it takes that passion and interest in your topic to make a truly great blog. Blogging can also be a good source of income. With the right approach, you can monetize all the effort you put into your blog and live the dream of making money doing what you love with WordPress.

Make More Money from a WordPress Blog with Niches

Running a blog is an ideal way of making money for a lot of people. And if you’re successful enough, it can even bring in your full-time income. But how do you get to that point?  This walks you through the process of finding the right niche for you and your audience to help your website shine.

How to Make Money with a WordPress Blog

Are you looking for ways to make money from your WordPress blog? You need to know what options are available to you, some of the specific methods you could use to go about each one, and possibly most importantly of all, how to do the research and find out which method is right for you, your content, and your audience. All of that is exactly the knowledge this article aims to give you.

Ways to Make Money with WordPress

14 Things You Can Make With WordPress (& Maybe Make Money!)

Blogs are great and WordPress is an excellent platform for blogging, but WordPress can do a lot more.  Here are 14 things you can do with WordPress to start making more money.

The Top 12 Digital Products to Sell Online

There are numerous advantages to digital products over physical: ease of production and distribution being chief among them. Here's a list of the 12 most popular kinds of digital goods, from software to online courses, and much more to help you make money with WordPress.


10 Ways To Market Your WordPress Product

After you’ve put a lot of time and effort into creating a high-quality WordPress product to sell, you might be tempted to simply put it up for sale and let the money come in as you move to your next project. Unfortunately, that often isn’t an option. Getting sales requires marketing. This article gives you 10 ways to get the word out and get customers.

Exclusive Content

WordPress & Remote Job Listings

Remember to check out the new WordPress and Remote jobs page.  It has a curated list of 100+ job resources for WordPress and Remote (non-WordPress specific) jobs.

Guide on Making Money with WordPress

We've created the ultimate guide on how to make money with WordPress.  It covers how to make money with WordPress full-time or part time for all different specialties.

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