We do the heavy lifting of developing your paywall-based website. We’ll even migrate your existing subscribers and content from other platforms.
Website hosting, software, strategy, ad management, and technical support are included with PaywallProject.
We take care of your subscription growth strategy ensuring that your site is properly set up to maximize paid audience growth.
Yes, everything you need is included with our $599/mo price point. This includes website hosting, software/plugins, newsletter sending, strategy, support, and more! All Leaky Paywall addons, Newsletter Glue addons, and WP Advanced Ads addons are included.
Our obituary payment portal allows the end-user to submit/pay for the publishing of obituaries directly on your site. The obituaries are then automatically drafted as WordPress posts which can be published after your approval.
Generally, it takes about 2 weeks or less.
Yes, we offer mobile apps starting at $399 per month. Apple Developer and Google Play developer accounts are required to get started. We will guide you through the set up!
Yes. Design is included as part of PaywallProject. However, if you already have a preferred design picked out or want us to use your existing theme, we can implement that instead (no additional charge).
PaywallProject is an all-in-one solution. We include design, paywall integration, newsletter sending, ad management, migration, enterprise web hosting, backups, and strategy bundled into one low monthly price. We are on a mission to help publishers generate recurring revenue from subscriptions, memberships, donations, and more!
No, all aspects of your website/paywall are managed by PaywallProject. Should you require custom functionality outside of what we offer, we can quote that development separately.
Yes, for each additional site you bring onboard with PaywallProject, you’ll receive a 15% discount for that site per month.
We’re on a mission to make digital subscribers a sustainable revenue source for local news publishers. Best of all, we’re doing all of this from West Virginia!
I’m on a mission to make it possible for local news publishers to generate sustainable recurring revenue from digital subscriptions without worrying about complicated tech and marketing.
Don Smith is the Executive Director at the West Virginia Press Association and brings more than 30 years of experience in the news publishing business.
Dana Coester is the editor in chief for 100 Days in Appalachia and a professor at the WVU Reed College of Media where she also serves as creative director for the College’s Media Innovation Center.
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