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InPlayer Launches Paywall Fully Integrated WordPress Plugin

London, UK: Inplayer, Inc. who are redefining digital asset monetization announced today the release of Paywall for WordPress which is a fully integrated paywall plugin enabling publishers to monetize any digital asset.

“Being able to give over 60 million websites a simple tool to monetize their content within the WordPress environment is an important step. Getting paid for the creation of digital assets is key to the growth and success of online content today. With our Paywall Plugin we believe we have finally made this a simple and profitable process for any publisher.” says CEO George Meek.

InPlayer Paywall WordPress plugin can be used as a payment layer across any embeddable WordPress asset. From PDF’s, text, video, music you simply need to paste the asset you want to protect into our asset wizard where you can chose your tariffs and branding. Choose from multiple currencies, pay per view or subscription services to ensure you can monetize your audience in the most relevant way. You can download and check out our plugin on the following link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/inplayer-paywall/


InPlayer redefining digital asset monetization, offering Subscription Management, Entitlement Management and Payment Management for rights holders, video, digital assets owners and aggregators. Committed to innovation, InPlayer are able to support payments on any platform, with any device and in multiple currencies. Founded in 2010, their mission is to make their clients more money from their library of online digital assets, be they live, recurring, on-demand.  The company consists of leading industry experts, headquartered in London, and it maintains offices in Macedonia and the US. For more information call +44 (0)203 34024 or contact us at sales@inplayer.com 

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