Are you a blogger that has a community blog site that has really been getting people’s attention lately and drawing bloggers by the droves? Have you ever thought about switching from offering free-of-charge access to all of your tools, plugins and hard work to a Pay to Blog setup? If you have thought of it and/or are contemplating this very idea, you are in good company! Many blog site owners today are deciding that they are going to take advantage of the power of the plugins that WordPress offers.
For many bloggers it is the power that the plugins WordPress providers to its users that draws them there. It goes without saying that all of the plugins are “Cross-Browser Tested” as WordPress puts it to work with many of the majorly used Internet browsers as well as being “Search Engine Optimized” and having “Guaranteed Updates”. This, and the fact that WordPress have in excess of 250 different plugins to choose from; makes them a very popular choice. There are plugins that you might want to look into that go along with this one “The Pop Over Plugin”, “Supporter Plugin” and “Upgrades Advertising”.
Now let us really get down to “brass tacks: as they say and start talking about whether you want to turn you blog site into a Pay to Blog site. For many this option is a very attractive one; especially if they have a lot of users on their blog site. This little WordPress tool is one that works with PayPal to collect the nominal fees that you decided to charge. Your user-bloggers are actually paying you for the rights to be able to use all the site tools available. It is relatively easy to get this feature started once you have downloaded and installed it. You go to your “Network Admin” tab, then to “Settings” and finally to “Pay To Blog” and proceed to set everything up. The time frames available are 1 month, 3 months and one year.
Once a user does their registration and logs into their account they are going to see a “Test Message” telling them of the time-frames and amounts charged to blog on your site. This is always renewable until they decide to go elsewhere. Once you get to the plugin itself you can very easily set up both the “Inactive” screen top message and the particular currency you are going to accept.
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