In this article, we browse through some great projects taken on by the WPRiders team that focus on the idea of recurring revenue. We’ll show you some practical, inspiring models that will help you understand how you can actually take your idea from paper to reality and build a recurring revenue business online.
In this post I’d like to talk about money, specifically the profits you make from your WordPress business. I don’t really care what type of business you have, whether you’re a freelancer, agency, plugin or theme seller, SAAS owner, etc.
There’s never been a better time to turn your WordPress skills into a lucrative consulting business. I’ve been a WordPress consultant for 10 years now and worked from beaches in South East Asia, hotel rooms across Europe and even the United Nations building in New York City.
How you will plan it further depends on the product type, target people, demographics and the habit of people in the area. Not all social platforms are used in all parts of the world. On one hand, the Western world is quite engaged with Snapchat and Instagram while being active on other platforms as well.
If you are an agency or even a small business owner, you have probably squawked at how difficult it is to add simple contact information to your WordPress website. The WordPress platform is supposed to be easy, but often we are forced to use tools like the built in “Text Widget” to display content. This is very poor user experience. It also honestly looks pretty ugly.
Enter “Business Profile”, a free WordPress plugin used to easily add business contact information on WordPress.
Most of the programmers have never considered Facebook as a good resource where they can learn or code. On contrary to this belief, there are many forums available on internet where experienced coders are available for help. Some are free and few charge for the services.
Churchthemes.com is a new shop providing WordPress themes for churches. They launched earlier this week and are doing things a little different. Not only are they targeting a very specific niche, but they have also implemented what they suggest is a truly sustainable business model and are “doing it right” with a church-centric functionality plugin for post types and other content that should be portable.