The dangers of pricing in WordPress business models

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Written By Brian Krogsgard

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  1. After a few years, and a few hundred dollars into my time at CodeCanyon, I’ve observed an implicit rule about support: it stops when the sales drop off.

    My current WP theme cost me $55 and is actively supported, with 30+ new purchasers per week. But if that number begins to drop, I fully expect to be ‘on my own’ and buying a new theme when WordPress 4.0, or the next major revision of WooCommerce breaks everything.

    In that case, I think it’s perfectly fair for the developer to say: don’t upgrade WooCommerce if you want it to keep working.

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