1. Carl Hancock

    I normally would say it’s a bad things for the users when a developer sells their product, but in this case these are payment extensions to WooCommerce so they are something another developer could easily pick up.

    It’s not the same as if say we sold Gravity Forms to another developer and they could pick up where we left off or do things the same way we did them or as good as we do things.

    So kudos to Daniel for taking advantage of a situation that presented itself that could help him and his family.

    That being said. Think about it. Those are payment extensions for WooCommerce. They were bringing him $4,000-5,000 per month in revenue and they sell for $50 a pop.

    The base version of Gravity Forms sells for $39. Cheaper than the Authorize.Net or PayPal Express Extension for WooCommerce. Maybe Gravity Forms is underpriced as Chris Lema has blogged about… hmmm.

  2. I know Daniel , its a tough decision to sell your plugins , what sometimes life play strange games with us and in trying to win those games , we lose what we never want to.

    Good luck Daniel .
    My First Experience

  3. chris mccoy

    nice to know you can make a continual income off woocommerce plugins, im sure you will make more plugins for woo ;)

    anyone know which ones were his?

  4. @Carl Hancock – Right. Usually how these things turn out is that a developer purchases a plugin from someone and since they don’t have the save vibe as the previous author, users jump ship. So it doesn’t always work out as well as it did here.

    I think $39 for one year of GravityForms is a steal and I have no problems with that price but then again, my tolerance level probably peaks around the 50-60 dollar price range which is still affordable but not out of my price range.

    I wonder if GravityForms is still showing a major upward swing in growth or if it’s slowed down a bit and is now a gradual climb. Which license segment has the most customers, the Developer tier or single site use?

    @chris mccoy – It was listed in the post which plugins he sold.

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