Plenty of top publishers are using paywalls and premium content to generate revenue for their business. You don’t have to abandon WordPress or write a million lines of code to add such a feature to your site. These 5 paywall plugins for WordPress can help:
Leaky Paywall for WordPress: a flexible paywall for news and magazine sites. It supports hard and hybrid paywalls. With a metered paywall, you can offer your readers a bunch of articles for free before a subscription is required. The plugin integrates with PayPal, MagHub, RunMags, Stripe, and other platforms.
Memberful WP: integrates your site with Memberful for selling subscriptions with Stripe. It creates a paywall and restrict access to content based on membership level.
InPlayer Paywall: allows you to set up a paywall around any type of embeddable content from video to documents. It works with all major credit cards.
CoinTent Paywall: a WordPress content for selling your content. It supports recurring subscriptions. It is ready for micropayments, so you can charge as little as 5 cents for individual articles.
PrivateContent Premium Plans: lets you sell time-based subscriptions to your readers. You can also use it to offer plans with no time limit or free ones. It supports WooCommerce.
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