If you’re a blogger or a creative freelancer, the rise in eCommerce transactions offers a great opportunity to monetize your blog and take advantage of your creative skills. If you have an established blog with a loyal audience, you can sell different products related to your niche directly to your readers. If you’re a freelancer, you can sell your creative work in the form of eBooks, video tutorials and premium services. The possibilities are just endless.
Have you heard about GraphicStock? Well, if you have ever thought of getting rid of usual media stock site and using another one to get images, you would be familiar with GraphicStock, which is a popular choice of professionals! Also, if you are a professional who has to make use of images and graphic elements in your works, you may have heard of the superb features GraphicStock offers.
Over the past 5 years, I’ve looked at a ton of affiliate programs and sign up pages for WordPress products. Let me tell you something: most of them suck.
Do you want to introduce an affiliate program for your plugin that doesn’t suck? I can’t do better than point you to the Ninja Forms affiliate program, which is awesome in multiple ways. Lets dig deeper.
After blogging for a while you might want to start making money from all your efforts. Maybe you create a web series that you want to keep hidden only for exclusive guests, or maybe it’s time to see if your online magazine can start making money. This is where a paywall WordPress plugin comes in, helping you restrict a certain amount of content on your site unless people pay for it.
Getting feedback from your users is vital to maintain a good rapport with your users and to figure out if your content contains any value and meets their standards.
WordPress has specific plugins aimed at getting this feedback in the easiest and quickest ways possible without interrupting your visitors’ experience too much. These plugins will be able to give you a more focused and specific idea of what your users think.
As the end of 2014 gets ever closer we’re taking a look at the top WordPress plugins for 2015.
There exists a plugin for almost any purpose on the WordPress platform, be it for security, analytics, backups, forms, affiliates, RSS feeds; anything you need.
We’ve gone through those plugins that firstly, were of most help to us, and secondly, were of most help to the rest of the WordPress community. That’s you.