Episode 2 - Talking Pricing Models with Iain Poulson

Episode 2 December 16, 2020 01:16:36
Episode 2 - Talking Pricing Models with Iain Poulson
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Episode 2 - Talking Pricing Models with Iain Poulson
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Show Notes

In the second episode of the Delicious Brain Waves podcast, Brad chats to Iain Poulson about pricing models in WordPress plugins and SaaS products.

They cover the history of WordPress plugin pricing, the pros and cons of annual and monthly pricing, WordPress plugins vs SaaS, and more.

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