Some people just love the idea of a free plugin. Like the kind you find on the WordPress directory of plugins. Some people worry about free plugins and want to support a business model that they know will last – like commercial plugins (some people call them premium) that you find often sold on their own sites (or as extensions).
But some people want to split the difference. They want a low, one-time, fixed, non-recurring fee for a feature-rich plugin. When that’s the case, they head to Envato’s massively large and popular marketplace.
There is no question that it’s large. There is no question that it’s popular. And there’s no question that the prices are low and currently fixed and non-recurring – though I hear rumbles of upcoming adjustments to let vendors sell maintenance contracts on CodeCanyon and ThemeForest.
If you head to CodeCanyon, what you find is that there’s a whole section for WordPress. And in that section, there’s a whole section for membership plugins. I’ve looked at two of them already in this series. And today I’m going to look at another.