10 Responses

  1. Peter Ericson (@PeterEricson)
    Peter Ericson (@PeterEricson) March 30, 2015 at 18:10 | | Reply

    Thanks for the mention Brenda!

    FYI we have a huge update with Leaky Paywall that lets you easily launch iOS and Android apps for your readers… and manage everything in WordPress. Check it out at http://GetUniPress.com

  2. Seth Resler
    Seth Resler April 5, 2015 at 16:30 | | Reply

    I am looking for a Paywall solution that will allow me to limit a post to a single purchase. In essence, I want to create a custom post type called “Sales Leads” and then sell those leads, but I only want one person to be able to purchase each lead. Do any of these have that functionality?

    1. Nick Johnson (@nmj)
      Nick Johnson (@nmj) June 24, 2015 at 19:58 | | Reply

      Hello Seth, this may be a little late, but Pigeon Paywall has a resource option which allows you to identify and protext downloadable items or individual pages for sale. Full disclosure: I am the lead developer for Pigeon Paywall. Contact me via Twitter or through our website at http://pigeonpaywall.com for more information.

  3. Dylan Robertson
    Dylan Robertson April 8, 2015 at 02:29 | | Reply

    Cleeng stopped maintaining their plugin

  4. Nick Johnson (@nmj)
    Nick Johnson (@nmj) June 24, 2015 at 20:00 | | Reply

    Thanks Brenda for mentioning Pigeon Paywall in the list.

  5. Colin Clements
    Colin Clements October 8, 2015 at 16:49 | | Reply

    Brenda what is the typical cost for a small single title publisher to set up a pay-wall using one of the above.

    1. Steven Preece
      Steven Preece November 24, 2015 at 22:43 | | Reply

      Tinypass is free to set but takes a cut from all transactions/sales, around 9% + 30 cents per transaction, but it’s very easy to use and works with caching plugins and CDN’s without any modifications. Memberful is also free and doesn’t take a cut, but doesn’t work well with heavily cached websites. I’m using Tinypass because of how easy it is to implement.

  6. Chaz
    Chaz October 3, 2017 at 16:22 | | Reply

    Tinypaas recently changed the fee it charges my site from 3% to 13%. While I appreciate all the product does, I’m in the market for an alternative.

  7. Doctor C
    Doctor C June 30, 2018 at 06:37 | | Reply

    Does this HAVE to be used with a WordPress site? I maintain my own site on my own server space (at a provider) and my code is “very old fashioned” (so I have been told). I work the site with Dreamweaver and there is no mobile version. I have neither the time nor the inclination to re-do the site (which has been in existence for 20+ years) to some other format. But at the same time it’s widely used all around the world, and I’d like to get some income from it.

  8. Erik
    Erik August 29, 2018 at 02:44 | | Reply

    Free Version of Leaky is great for an all-around paywall without much options.
    But what do you use, when it comes down to let the reader pay for individual posts oder like the first 10 ever published on a Blog?

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