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On WordPress Plugins and Extensions

From a consumer perspective, WordPress is as attractive as it is because of the number of plugins that exist for it. From a developer perspective, WordPress is as attractive as it is because of how easy it is to extend the core application through the APIs. They’re a hot topic, too – anyone (including me […]

Making the Shift to Premium WordPress Plugins

When it comes to various business models that surround WordPress plugins, there are normally three types: Completely free Freemium Premium How a developer opts to publish their plugin is their prerogative, and there are a lot of opinions as to why any one model is better than any of the other models. As with anything, […]

Pressware Plugins For a Better Blogging Experience

Pressware Plugins is something that I’ve been talking about in a few different posts before this one. I’ve spoken of the project in the following posts:

– Pressware Plugins For a Better Blogging Experience
– Preparing to Launch Pressware Plugins

And I’ve also talked about the first, free plugin we’ve launched: Easier Excerpts.

As of today, Eric and I have officially launched the Pressware Plugins storefront, so I thought it’d be a good idea to talk about what the purpose of the project is, what you can expect, and what’s in the pipeline of work.

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