Outsourcing A WordPress Plugin Is A Killer But Worth It
Do you have an idea for a WordPress plugin that you would love to see created for the benefit of WordPress fans everywhere and maybe for some profit too?
You couldn’t tell php from a PhD and outsourcing a WordPress plugin scares the bejeezus out of you.
That’s okay. Just because you don’t know how to code doesn’t mean that with some guidance (and certain protective measures) you couldn’t achieve the impossible and get your own beautifully coded plugin out into the WordPress world.
I’ve done it many times.
Sure, I’ve made mistakes along the way. I’ve lost a lot money (when I had none to loose) and I’ve gone to battle with some nasty-ass coders who lacked the skills to complete their tasks (and that was somehow my fault!)
In this series of posts, I hope to be able to help you do two things.
- understand the process involved in having a plugin developed (from choosing a coder to first version release)
- avoid the mistakes I made that could cost you money, time and your sanity
In this post, let’s talk about hiring coders.