WordPress launches subscriptions, which allow publishers to receive money from readers.

WordPress, one of the leading content management systems and hosting blogs and web pages on the Internet, has introduced a new tool: subscriptions.

WordPress launches subscriptions, which allow publishers to receive money from readers.
WordPress launches subscriptions, which allow publishers to receive money from readers.


This function allows users not only to subscribe to the blog to receive notifications when they publish a new post but also to be able to finance their project through donations.

The feature is available for those who have a paid WordPress version. In addition to those users who use the Jetpack tools of the platform.

Mark Armstrong, founder of the Longreads article recommendation platform and editor of Automattic, WordPress parent company, has ensured that for a small publisher or small business, subscriptions and memberships are an essential and critical element in monetizing Your website.

However, there are some apparent drawbacks in this new subscription option that WordPress has introduced. This function is similar to some of those already available on the platform, such as WordPress from PayPal.

However, the company believes that the existence of the same options marks a broader tendency to allow creators to accept payments and, therefore, move their domains forward.

Amstrong explains: "I think we all support all the products that exist within the WordPress ecosystem." In this line, these products can indeed meet slightly different needs, as there are options available for all WordPress blogs, while others, such as subscription, can only be added by paid users.

The company believes that this function can benefit local organizations and companies that are trying to get their business off the ground.

Therefore, a membership program can be beneficial for starting a small digital media or starting a podcast on the Internet.

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