We are making the best calendar plugin we can fathom. Adrienne and I have been meeting weekly to check in on each other’s updates in this regard. Updates this week include:
- We have a name for the plugin! It is still top-secret until we get some branding done, but rest assured, it will be cowboy-tastic!
- We still don’t know where or how we are going to sell the thing. We are checking out wpplugins.com and codecanyon.net as well as some in-house options.
- I recoded the plugin to reflect the new name.
- We are building out some unique features, which will be unveiled once we figure out our marketing plan.
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