WP Plugins

Attention WordPress Plugin Developers

A badly written or rushed readme file tells the customer that the plug-in is also rushed or poorly coded – even if it’s not. At the very least it shows that you are not thinking about the customer first.

But an effective readme file does good things for you, the programmer:

  • Helps the user easily install and use your plugin
  • Gives you a space to show how good you are at what you do
  • Describes the benefits of using your plug in
  • Avoids tons of future support calls with a good FAQ
  • Gives you a place to talk about, and link to, your other products
  • Instills confidence in the person or company buying your work

Let TCS write your Readme file for you.

We write as well as you code.

Contact us for a quote.

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