Sell digital content with LaterPay. It allows super easy and fast payments from as little as 5 cent up to 149.99 Euro at a 15% fee and no fixed costs.
The LaterPay WordPress plugin offers the following features:
The plugin allows you to set different price types for your blog posts:
You may also apply a dynamic pricing scheme to posts: For every single post, you can set a price curve that changes the price of a blog post over time, starting from the publication date. E.g. you can offer a breaking news post for 0.49 Euro for the first two days and then automatically reduce the price to 0.05 Euro until the fifth day to increase your sales.
With time passes, you can sell time-limited access to all the LaterPay content * on your entire website * in a specific category * on your entire website except for a specific category. The user will have access to all the covered content during the validity period and afterwards, this access will expire automatically. If you delete a time pass from the WordPress plugin, users, who have purchased this time pass before, will still be able to access their purchase. Time passes are by default displayed below your posts or can be positioned manually using a shortcode or a WordPress action.
For each time pass, you can create any number of voucher codes that enable your users to purchase a time pass for a reduced price. A user can enter a voucher code below the respective time pass and its price will then be updated. Voucher codes are not user specific and can be used for any number of times until you delete them. Deleting a voucher code will not affect the access to time passes which have already been purchased with this code.
You have the choice between two presentation modes for your teaser content:
Furthermore, the plugin provides:
File protection: The plugin secures files in paid posts against downloading them via a shared direct link. So even if a user purchases a post and shares the direct link to a contained file, other users won't be able to access that file, unless they've already bought the post.
The plugin automatically detects if one of the available WordPress caching plugins (WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache,
Quick Cache, WP Fastest Cache, Cachify, WP-Cache.com) are active and sets the config-key
accordingly. If the site is in caching compatibly mode, the post page is rendered without the actual post content,
which the plugin then requests using Ajax. If the user has not purchased the post already, only the teaser content and
the purchase button are displayed.
You can access sales statistics in your LaterPay merchant account on merchant.laterpay.net If have any questions about your LaterPay merchant account, please contact us via email@example.com.
Some plugin features may not be available for certain user roles, based on the WordPress model of roles and capabilities:
To integrate with existing access management systems, we provide several filters which you can hook into. These filters allow you to give a user access to content without having to purchase it. You can use add_filter( 'laterpay_post_access', your_callback_returning_boolean ) to provide access to a post or page without necessitating a purchase. This still checks for access with the LaterPay API. To disable it for any post or page use add_filter( 'laterpay_access_check_enabled', your_callback_returning_boolean ).
Requires: 3.5.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.2
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 30+
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