SaaS has been popular around the Internet for years, but now more than ever WordPress developers are just starting to get involved. SaaS, or software as a service, is a software delivery model that allows software to be licensed on a subscription basis. It is hosted and maintained by the developer. We have compiled a list of articles about SaaS for WordPress.
These two posts help determine whether or not you should begin implementing SaaS for your business.
First, we must answer the question, how do WordPress and SaaS go together? This post answers just that. Begin by deciding how you are going to marry both WordPress and SaaS. Is SaaS the website builder and WordPress the service? Or perhaps are you going to use WordPress as the technology behind your SaaS?
If you’re still not sure about using SaaS as a part of WordPress, the post will lay out all the reasons they should go hand in hand. As well as some tips on how to make sure they work together smoothly.
Once you’ve finished the design of your site, download these plugins to fully customize it. Get a plugin that makes your checkout screen easy to follow and fill out. Look through your Google analytics to see what your demographic is and who you should target.
Whether you want to figure out shipping rates, or putting your product on Pinterest, these plugins and add-ons will allow you to make the site that is best for your product.
Did we miss any Torque SaaS stories? What are some of your favorite SaaS tips?