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WordPress plugins constantly release new versions with fixes and new features. Some plugins receive updates once a month, others once a quarter. But how many users receive those features?
This ebook is a fun way for kids to learn the English alphabet. The ebook contains twenty-six unique Wapuus, each representing a letter from the English alphabet and the most commonly used words (among kids).
We all know how plugin reviews are made. I decided to look into the data of some prominent plugins and perform my own WordPress.org plugin review analysis. Here is what I found.
Things are getting more expensive, but does it apply to WordPress plugins? I compared WordPress plugin price growth from year to year and found interesting numbers.
As a plugin owner, you may not like it, but refunds are a part of the business. We will look into plugin refund periods and see what we can learn.
What is the average number of plugins on a regular WordPress site? Since I am interested in WordPress plugin prices, I wanted to understand the average costs on plugins for building a site.
I decided to look into the WordPress plugin industry and see if this is the case when it comes to the license tiers. To make it more insightful, I analyzed different plugin categories independently.
Out of 200 major WordPress plugins, 190 authors offer both – single and unlimited site licenses. This signals that the authors focus on two different customer segments.