You’ve seen those fancy pricing tables floating around with clear, colorful columns. There’s something to be said for clear-cut, well-defined terms when you visit a business’s pricing page. Potential customers are usually interested in getting straight to the numbers: How much is this going to cost?
That’s where packages and pricing come in handy. Sometimes, describing multiple packages of similar products and services can be difficult and confusing for a customer. However, seeing all the options laid out clearly can make the difference between selling a package and losing a customer.
The WordPress Pricing Table plugin features:
- Drag and drop package (column) re-ordering
- Drag and drop feature (row) re-ordering
- Unlimited package (column) support
- Featured Column option to highlight best price package
- Two diff table template “green” and “gray”
The resulting pricing table can be easily embeded inside page or post content via a shortcode. Editing your packages is a snap through the dashboard:
Here’s an example pricing table with the default design:
Here’s an example of the second design template bundled with the plugin:
Charts that look like this can be difficult to code from scratch and a pain to update. The Pricing Table plugin makes it easy to update your prices in the dashboard anytime you need to change your package details. There’s no need to call your web developer, just log in and change the content. The best part is that it’s totally free. Download the Pricing Table plugin from the WordPress repository to start displaying your pricing structure in a more compelling way.
Originally posted 2012-04-20 17:22:16. Republished by Blog Post Promoter