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Post Pay Counter

Post Pay Counter

This project was last updated October 23, 2023 byCloodo

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Post Pay Counter is a WordPress plugin that allows you to easily calculate and handle authors' pay on a multi-author blog. With this plugin, you can set up the desired payment criteria and let the plugin compute the payment for each post. The plugin provides immediate stats that are viewable both in a general view with all users and in a specific view for each author. It is a useful tool for implementing a revenue sharing or paid to write model for your business.

The features of Post Pay Counter include the ability to pay per post, word, visit, image, and comment. You can choose to pay with an incremental system, where each word or visit has a specific value, or with a zonal system, where different zones of words or visits have different values. The plugin does not require users to create an account and all data is retained locally on your WordPress installation.

You can view old stats with the plugin, going back to the first written post, regardless of the plugin installation date. The plugin provides a responsive and sortable stats page, optimized for mobile devices. User settings can be personalized, allowing for different settings to apply to specific users. The plugin also offers customizable permissions to restrict user access to certain stats and functions. Additionally, Post Pay Counter can be extended with custom implementations through hooks, filters, and special API features.

Integrations with Analytics, Adsense, PayPal, and Facebook are available in the Pro version of the plugin. The Pro version includes Analytics visits payment, Adsense revenue sharing, payments management, PayPal payments, and a log of past payments. It also allows you to display stats in public pages using a shortcode. The Facebook addon enables payment for posts based on the number of Facebook shares and comments they receive.

Post Pay Counter has been translated into multiple languages, including English, French, Germa

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