WordPress introduces ‘Recurring Payments’ a new monetization option for bloggers to earn more revenue on their websites…
Blogging isn’t what it was in its heyday. Once an ideal means to earn enough money to replace a run-of-the-mill 9-to-5 job, it’s now more difficult. But, that doesn’t mean it’s a dead art form.
The marketplace has changed and for more the vast majority of bloggers, relying on ad revenue just isn’t enough. So, WordPress is offering a new way to generate revenue on blogs with an option called “Recurring Payments.”
WordPress Recurring Payments Option Debuts
WordPress Recurring Payments (read: subscriptions) are another way to monetize practically any site. Best of all, it only takes a few simple steps to set it up and start collecting money.
All that’s required is a WordPress blog and/or Jetpack and a Stripe account. There’s no need to bother with code or anything technical. WordPress explains on its official blog:
“Recurring Payments make it easy to purchase a subscription or become a supporter on any WordPress.com or Jetpack-connected site — your subscribers will be able to use the same payment information and manage all their subscriptions in one place. To do that, they’ll just need a WordPress.com account.”
To use WordPress Recurring Payments, connect or create a Stripe account. Then, add a Recurring Payment button to a site and customize the details.
Find all the specifics required to on the official WordPress.com blog.