9 Responses

  1. Justin
    Justin June 12, 2015 at 15:23 | | Reply

    Um codecanyon

    1. Matt
      Matt June 12, 2015 at 16:40 | | Reply

      I think the point here, Justin, is to have a curated source with higher standards.

    2. Steven Gliebe
      Steven Gliebe June 12, 2015 at 21:43 | | Reply

      That’s precisely it, gentlemen. This is a directory, not a marketplace. There are probably more than a thousand commercial plugins out there whose authors have chosen not to sell on CodeCanyon. They sell via their own website, which is great. CodeCanyon plugins are included in the directory too, though (if they are 100% GPL).

  2. john
    john June 12, 2015 at 20:43 | | Reply

    great article, there are premium plugins and themes at
    http://www.wordpresspalace.com/wordpress-palace-premium-club/
    hope this helps

    1. Steven Gliebe
      Steven Gliebe June 12, 2015 at 21:45 | | Reply

      That website look almost as good as Elegant Themes. 😉

  3. Laurent Sabbah (@laurent_sabbah)

    Hey Mark! Would a SaaS plugin belong there? Bablic.com’s unique localization plugin is based on a freemium model, it’s free with limited features and the full version starts at $15/month.

    Would also like if you can take a look and tell me what you think, just enter any WordPress URL into https://www.bablic.com and experience the future of Multilingual WordPress sites 🙂

    1. Steven Gliebe
      Steven Gliebe June 16, 2015 at 15:13 | | Reply

      Hi Laurent,

      Please do submit yours. As long as there is some commercial element, the plugin is eligible. That might be a “Pro” version, add-ons or in your case a subscription service.

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