Whether you’re just a novice or an experienced developer, developing a WordPress site oftentimes could be painfully time-consuming. Especially, building a large-size website or an online portal can eat up a lot of your time.
Possibly, you’ll search for hacks that could help save your development time. If that’s the case, then Shortcodes is considered to be one of the most useful WordPress time-consuming hacks worth a try.
Last I counted, there were over forty thousand plugins in the WordPress plugin repository. (Yes, I count them. What? It’s a hobby, don’t judge). Of those, I’m guessing there are only about 2% that are earning their authors money in some way, whether by asking for a kindly donation from users, upselling them to premium add-ons and features, serving ads, or even displaying a random kitten picture at 5¢ per click. If you want to join this small-but-merry band of creators, or you’re looking to up your plugin marketing game and tickle your bottom line, this post is for you.
As you may already know, WordPress is the world’s most frequented publishing platform. In fact, it’s estimated that nearly 18 percent of all websites utilize WordPress for their publishing needs. It’s easy to use, highly customizable, and last but not least, it’s completely free.