Adding a separate product type to Download Monitor

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Barry Kooij

Last week we released version 4.3 of Download Monitor, which added an eCommerce solution to the plugin. We received a lot of feedback (and love) for this release, for which I’m very grateful. Pretty quickly it became clear that in order to support many use-cases our users have + being able to support future use-cases we have in mind, something had to change. Today we released version 4.4, which separates the download from the “sell-able” part, the product.

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Sell Your Downloads with Download Monitor

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Barry Kooij

Download Monitor Shop

Can I also use Download Monitor to sell my downloads?

This is a question we get asked a lot. Our plugin Download Monitor was build to manage and get insight in your downloads. Over the course of time, users wanted to do more. They wanted to start selling their downloads. In order to do so, they had to install another plugin which would handle the shop part and then link this to Download Monitor. With the latest Download Monitor update (4.3), those days are gone.

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How Your Lead Magnet Can Make You into a Networking Rockstar

Nate Kaemingk

Nate Kaemingk

“Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” – Theodore Roosevelt

When you go to a networking event, how do you stand out? Do you wear something garish? Talk about yourself loudly? Or do you avoid networking because, like a lot of people, you don’t like the idea of being salesy. Here’s the key to being memorable without any of that sleazy stuff:

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Moving to “Related Posts for WordPress”

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Anna Werner

Blogs just like and any king of websites are usually online to be found and read. So the content and showing it to the readers is probably the most important aspect of sites. But they also need to be easily accessible and perform great for users to like them and for search engines to rank them better. When including related posts, this can be tricky; showing related posts helps keeping visitors, yet often also is quite a speed burden. Choosing the right plugin to help pointing related posts to visitors is therefore important.

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Changing WordPress User Roles and Capabilities

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Anna Werner

Websites, no matter if simple blogs, corporate sites or e-commerce stores, usually have more then one contributor to the end product. There are designers and administrators who create and build the whole site. But there are also editors who only enter new content but it needs to be approved and published by someone else. Or there are shop managers, who take care of the e-commerce functions, but don’t need to be able to administer the whole backend. And there are readers, who will only see the front-end at all times.
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