The Recurring Payments extension for Easy Digital Downloads has been in the works for quite a few months. Today it is finally released!
Media Temple is the latest company to offer an “enterprise” level WordPress hosting option. Their new offering is based on Amazon Web Services and starts at $2,500 per month. From TechCrunch: The standard enterprise plan costs $2,500 per month comes with support for five sites, one terabyte of cloud storage, 1.5 terabytes of monthly CDN…
Mike McAlister has been an active member of the commercial WordPress theme space since 2009. He started by selling themes on ThemeForest. He transitioned to the Okay Themes brand in December of 2011. And at the end of March of this year, Mike transitioned yet again to Array. While these transitions may seem like arbitrary branding, to me…
WooThemes announced a new product today, aimed at selling photography with WooCommerce. This is a good first step, and I’m excited to see an eCommerce product target the photography super-niche. That said, there is a ton of room in this market, and WordPress isn’t really solving photographers’ problems yet.
Seems that conversion rates are on the mind of a few people in the WordPress community lately. Here we get some more advice about how long to run tests and what tools to use.
Miriam Schwab is the co-founder and CEO of Strattic, a company that has raised $6.5 million in an effort to blend the flexibility of WordPress with the speed and security of static websites.
Robert Dall shares some best practices for submitting WordPress Trac tickets. Trac can be intimidating, but Robert does a nice job of keeping his list informative but simple, and his advice is a great first step to getting more serious attention given to your ticket.