With in-depth research done on WordPress plugins, the infographic represents the most interesting findings collected from WPRacoon and other resources.
The branding for the WordPress Latvia community designed by Raitis Sevelis. Applicable and free to use for WordCamps and meetups in Latvia.
I got back from Athens, Greece where I was visiting WordCamp Europe as a part of the Indystack team. This is what I learned about WCEU.
The question about refund rates was raised in the WordPress community a while ago. An anonymous survey was created for WordPress businesses to share their refund rates.
In 2023, I keep on monitoring WordPress theme and plugin prices. I have analyzed the latest changes, patterns, and trends related to pricing themes and plugins – this is what I found.
I have made an investigation about WordPress theme prices and this is what I found.
I have been around WordPress website builders for 10 years. Today, I want to talk about the history and share facts that may surprise you.
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).
Being around WordPress accessibility is a tough job. How accessible WordPress really is and how do plugins affect it? I’ve decided to find out.
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.
Who hasn’t talked about WordPress performance yet? I decided that I should be no different by giving you the case study of WPRacoon.
Do all WordPress products follow good practices and “fair play” principles? I looked into plugin prices and compared them. The results are shocking!
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.
If you have decided to enter the plugin business, it is worth knowing which industry has a lower barrier for entry.