Pricing tables have a great impact on how users make their buying decision because tables help users select the right price/plans. Furthermore, it help boost conversions and increase sales from the landing pages.
In this article, we will show you how to easily add pricing tables in WordPress websites without writing a single line of code using a WordPress plugin called Pricing Tables.
The pricing tables help you boost product sales and has a very huge impact on how the users make their buying decision.
Installation and Activation
The very first thing you need to do is to install and activate the “Easy Pricing Tables” plugin.
After activating the plugin, it adds a menu item called “Pricing Tables” to your WordPress admin bar.
Note: Remember that the single license of this plugin starts from $29 onwards.
Creating Your Pricing Tables
To start creating your own pricing tables, go the “Pricing Tables” button and click on “Add new” option. There, you will see previews of all the available templates. After choosing a particular template, click on the “Content” tab in the menu bar to enter table content.
After going to the content area, you will see columns with different fields on the page. The Pricing Table Settings include several templates named Design 1, Design 2, Design 3, etc. A design can be selected by clicking the “Use This Template” button.
Note: The templates for pricing tables are available for $15.99 and $25.99 $ for starters and premium users respectively.
Now, you need to add a plan name, pricing and features. The Pricing Table Columns include plan name, pricing, plan features, button text and the button URL. After entering all the details, you can either save and preview your details, directly save the details or deploy through short code. In addition, you can add new columns by clicking the tab “New Column”, located at the top right of the page.
Design Your Pricing Tables
Every plan in the Pricing Tables can be marked featured or most popular. This can be done by clicking on the feature column button of the particular column. Once you are done adding the content to your Pricing Table columns, you can switch to the “Design” tab at the top of the settings window.
In the design menu tab, you can adjust the general settings, the column settings, the featured column settings (which include background and font colors etc). It provides you a visual representation of the pricing table. When you are done, click the “Save & Preview” button to see how your table will actually appear to users.
Deploying Your Pricing Tables
When you are finished editing the tables, click on the “Deploy” (get shortcode) button. This will open up a pop-up window with the short code you need to deploy the table on the landing pages that could be optionally connected to WordPress blog posts.
Copy the shortcode and add it to the desired location where you want to display the pricing table.
Using the Pricing Tables plugin, you do not need to hire expensive developers for adding price tables to your landing pages.
Disclaimer: This is a guest post by Jitendra Vaswani. The opinions and ideas expressed herein are author’s own, and in no way reflect Cloudways position.
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