Looking for help with Post Pay Counter development

Post Pay Counter provides an easy way to manage authors payments on a WordPress website. Three years ago was completely redesigned to meet the demands of its growth, and shortly after Post Pay Counter 2.0 was released, a PRO version followed as well. Besides that, there are now 15 addons that further extend Post Pay Counter features.

The project has always been 100% managed and developed by me, but at this point I would gladly use some help. The project started for a niche of websites, but now more and more websites that need this kind of service are emerging, and Post Pay Counter has basically no competitors. The free version has an average of 4.7/5 stars on WordPress.org. It is nearing 50 thousands downloads, and there are several satisfied users who turn PRO, and could never go back.

I have had stuff on my to-do list for years, and more is getting on it. There 14 issues on GitHub now, but the list will just grow longer as I move all my private notes over there into public issues. Several addons would need new features, new addons need to be developed and the whole ecosystem would gladly welcome a breath of fresh air coming from people other than myself. There are several things that need to be done on the website as well, and I would gladly get my hand a bit more free to work on those.

So, how does this relate to you?

Whether you are a hard core, experienced developer, or just starting out with WordPress development, I’d love to hear from you! I’d like this project to involve more people than just me and, at this point, it looks like there is something worth getting involved into. Do get in touch for anything, even if I have not explicitly mentioned it, if you feel it could be useful/interesting for the project!

Getting involved in an open source project already having a considerable user base is a very good way to learn your way around WordPress coding, make some experience or just contribute to a free project and get credit for your work. There’s really a lot to do: from tutorial writing to marketing and promoting; from bug fixing to feature implementing.

I’m not yet in the condition claim I will pay anybody for their work on the project – however, if you want to jump into addon creation, or if you want to contribute to the project with any product you could make, then brilliant, let me know! Paid addons sold on the PPC website will give you 75% of the revenue they generate. Of course you are also free not to market them in the official site. Several of the current GitHub issues are actually just ideas for future addons, so you have a place to start from!

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