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I think the free version of your plugins should only give a limited number of options, and not even all of them. For example, my business (http://www.thedesignerstore.com/wordpress-plugins) offers a few different plugins that are free, but they have to be customised in some way for the clients, and I make them available to them at a discounted price. And there are a lot of restrictions in the free version that you can’t possibly offer in the premium version.
You should be able to sell your plugins for a profit (if you want to). But you should also be required to offer a free version that provides those basic features for free, and provides the developer with a forum to receive feedback and provide support.
If you want a plugin that is free, and is worth while, then you will have to implement your own. This is why you see plugins like this. But it is also why so many people write their own too. Because it is so easy to do.
If I want to purchase a plugin/theme, I generally will, but I don’t want to know about the PRO version of your plugin/theme as soon as I activate the plugin/theme.I do not want to know about other plugins/themes you might have as soon as I active the plugin/theme.I do not want to rate your plugin as soon as I activate the plugin/theme.
If this really is the kind of plugin you have made, and it really is not worth while, then you should just make the change. I don’t care if they have made money off of others before, you are not creating anything in the world that I would find valuable. I would rather spend my money on products that actually do something for my business.
As long as third-party developers do not create an ad-block blocker method within their own plugins, Clarity should keep some of the notices at bay. It is unlikely most even knew about this project until its announcement.
If I disable Clarity and use a different plugin for notices, it is not Clarity's fault. It is the fault of the developer. If I wanted to use Clarity but not the notices, I can do that. There is nothing wrong with the idea of the Clarity library and that is what this was meant for. It was never meant for user notices.
That means that both the theme and the plugin can have a custom user interface. The user just needs to access the Appearance page, click the Customizer preview button and that should provide the UI. This is true for both the Free and Pro versions of the plugin/theme.
As for review scores, it's all in the eye of the beholder, as always. The fact is most users will not know what your plugin is capable of unless you tell them. And, by that time, they will be done with your free trial.
As for your statement above, I can't remember a time when I didn't have a plugin activated, and I usually had about 4-5 in place. That means that, on average, 3 of those were free. And, even if you only have 2, why is it a problem? 827ec27edc