[Video Course] How to turn your idea into a WordPress plugin (even if you are not a programmer!)
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Do you want to start selling WordPress plugins and earn revenue from them? You are at the right place!
FACT: Software has the highest perceived value, and it often sells like hotcakes. But even more popular is anything WordPress.
Why? This is because a WordPress site needs plugins to run efficiently. Plus, there are so many different types of sites - everything from general information sites and niche markets, to e-commerce, local businesses, direct sales, and more!
Because there are so many different needs, there are untold different demands for paid plugins.
At the end of the day, people would rather pay for software to automate their life than doing things manually, which eats time out of their day. Time is money and people understand that.
PROBLEM: Most people that aren't programmers don't know how to create software and don't know where to start. They are even afraid of going into this business, because they don't know how to turn their ideas into software, or maintain it.
Or worse, they buy other courses that show them how to hire a programmer.
Contrary to belief, you need to know how turn an idea into a document that tells your programmers what to do.
So, to avoid putting you in this same position, we are going to show you how to do it the right way.
However, you can finally get over this roadblock.
Here's a list of this 9-part video series in more detail.
- Video #1 - Introduction to WordPress Plugin Creation
In this video, you will learn what you need to get started. You'll also be given a quick overview of the video course itself and you'll learn how it all works, so you know what to expect before we even get started. Once you have mastered this, you can implement this business faster.
- Video #2 - Research Profitable Plugin Ideas
Let's do some quick research to show you what plugins are in demand by looking at consumer demand.
- Video #3 - Verify Your Idea
Now it's time to verify that research and start spying on software developers that are already doing well. The truth is that not all plugins succeed. However, we'll make sure to cover crucial information to help you avoid that pitfall. Once you find a profitable idea, it's time to move to the next video.
- Video #4 - Dig Deeper
Once your idea is good, we’ll dig deeper. This is usually when people go and hire a programmer and tell them to clone someone else's plugin. Big mistake. In this video, you'll learn how to figure out 'what' your software should be about by analyzing your buyer. One key tip you will learn is that software is generally created because someone has problems.
So, if you know what their problems are, then you can easily create a simple solution.
- Video #5 - Determining What the Software Does
Once you have figured out what your software is going to be about, or more importantly what it is going to solve, we then need to focus on "how" it is going to solve that problem. This will help you figure out EXACTLY what your software does. In other words, you'll want to know 'how it works'. Luckily, if you know how to create a to-do list, or even a grocery list, then creating software specifications is a very easy thing to do.
- Video #6 - List to Flow
Once you have created your step-by-step 'to-do list', you are going to need to turn it into a visual flow chart that makes sense. You are going to need to communicate with the programmer. Get this part wrong and you'll end up getting charged more by the programmer. Programmers are very costly when they don't understand what you're asking.
- Video #7 - User Interface Design
Once you have a visual flowchart or map of what your software will do, it's time to work on the user interface, which is what the user will see. Creating this along with the flow chart will allow you to connect the visual dots, thereby creating better specifications for the programmer to understand.
- Video #8 - Writing Your Specifications
Congratulations, by now you have in hand the most important part of the software creation process. Now it's time to take everything that we have brainstormed and turn it into an official document that can be given to any programmer.
- Video #9 - Finding Programmers
A good WordPress programmer is going to need to know a few things. While we can elaborate further on how to find programmers later, I do want to discuss what kind of characteristic traits and skill sets you should be looking for in your programmer. You will learn some out-of-the-box tricks that will allow you to pinpoint the right person for your WordPress plug-in.
So... with that said, grab this video series today, and learn how to turn your profitable idea into a WordPress plug-in specification.
Szabi eats, breathes, and dreams websites and code. He's the owner and lead creator at https://coderevolution.ro/, a WordPress plugin developer company based in Romania that focuses on useful WordPress plugin creation and empowering people to earn passive incomes from their blogs. He sells his plugins on Envato Market (be sure to check his portfolio). He built his first website many years ago, and learned everything the slow, hard way - alone. He truly believes knowing how to build a WordPress plugin, can change your life, and in this course he takes you through every step of the process, giving you his expert advice and personal methods along the way.
PreviewIntro - course outline (7:18)
StartBefore anything: make your research (9:36)
StartHow to verify your idea? (7:02)
StartDigging deeper (14:33)
StartWhat your new plugin does exactly? (15:16)
StartList to flow (14:44)
StartCreating a good user interface (12:02)
StartFinalizing your new plugin's concept (7:44)
StartFinding a good programmer to do the hard work (8:44)