One of the things that I really love about WordPress is that I can do it from anywhere, anytime. When I started developing simple HTML websites, all I had was my laptop, basic Photoshop skills, and a head full of (what I thought were) great ideas. There was just one “minor” thing that stood between me and creating my dream business: I didn’t really know how to get there all by myself.Read More
I am a developer, mainly a WordPress developer, and I love to listen to various podcasts while working. I like more business-oriented podcasts that talk about challenges, how something was built and scaled. As someone who is trying to build a plugin business, I love episodes about successes of various plugins.Read More
A new year, a new review. This is something I like to do for myself so I can check how I progressed. It also does keep me motivated in a way. This is a review from a WordPress developer so if you like reviews and WordPress, you might like this also 🙂Read More
Running a Product Business can be hard and unless you’re well organized, it will be impossible to run it in the long run. Trello can help you manage your products and in this tutorial, I will show you how I manage my WordPress products with Trello.
Starting a plugin business these days is hard. The market feels saturated and it looks like that everything you think of is already there. In such a saturated market, how will people find your plugin? I have thought of the same thing. I’ve decided that I want to focus on developing (and a little marketing) but I don’t want to lose my energy on maintaining a licensing solution. In this article, I’ll try to make it easier for you to start a plugin business with Freemius.