Ebyline.com, the online platform linking brands and publishers with experienced freelance journalists, has released Ebyline Payments for WordPress. The solution is a plugin for the popular publishing platform that allows anyone to pay their blog contributors or editors with the click of a button.
Ebyline Payments helps publishers streamline their editorial processes by allowing them to manage payments to all their contributors from the WordPress Admin without the need to do tax documentation or to process manual invoices.
One fifth of the Web is now powered by WordPress but until now publishers who wanted to pay a team of freelance contributors had to use offline processes or other billing systems outside the WordPress Admin. With Ebyline Payments, payments to blog contributors are integrated into WordPress content management and publishing tools.
“More and more publishers are turning to professional freelancers to create quality, original content online,” said Allen Narcisse, Ebyline’s COO and co-founder. “We created the Ebyline Payments plugin to make compensating contributors as easy as editing and publishing their blog posts in WordPress.”
You can install Ebyline Payments from the WordPress.org plugin directory.
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