Convert 68% Of Unlicensed WordPress Theme & Plugin Users Into Paying Customers With This New Service For WP Theme & Plugin Developers

May 25, 2016

If you have websites using unlicensed copies of your premium Wordpress theme or plugin a new anti-piracy service can help turn 68% of those websites into paying customers by convincing them to purchase valid licenses. The new service by industry online security and anti-piracy leader Takedown Czar is 100% risk free and WP Patrol clients pay for results only.

A unique anti-piracy service called WP Patrol tailored to help WordPress developers protect their premium themes or plugins and reclaim lost sales by converting unlicensed users into paying customers has launched.

More information is available at http://wppatrol.com.

The WP Patrol service is the newest offering from anti-piracy industry leader Takedown Czar and its popular range of effective, bespoke and one of a kind anti-piracy or digital rights management solutions tailored for specific industries.

The newly launched anti-piracy solution customized for the needs of WordPress developers employs proprietary tactics to identify and locate websites using unlicensed copies of the premium WordPress themes or plugins and help the developers reclaim the lost sales by convincing unlicensed users to purchase a valid license.

During the beta testing phase, the WP Patrol service achieved a 68% success rate at converting unlicensed WordPress plugin or theme users into valid license paying customers.

In addition, the anti-piracy and digital rights service created to help WordPress developers protect and grow their business is offered 100% risk free, operating on a revenue share basis, where the clients – WordPress developers – pay only according to the results achieved.

Developers can request a comprehensive analysis of how many websites are currently using their premium WordPress products without a license. A step by step action plan which outlines how the WP Patrol team will convert unlicensed users and the type of results to expect is also included. More information can be found in the link above.

Al Iver, WP Patrol’s lead developer explains that “WordPress product piracy is a huge problem. A popular theme or plugin typically has tens of thousands of unlicensed users. WP Patrol contacts these users and convinces them it is in their best interests to become an real customer”.

To this, Iver adds “as a company, we have been successfully battling online piracy as well as providing other digital rights management services since 2009 and we are particularly excited about our newest offering, WP Patrol, as there is zero downside for any WordPress developers who want to grow their business”.

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