December 17, 2014

How to Invoice and Bill Clients Directly from your WordPress Installtion

Are you a freelance graphic artist, designer, or web developer? Do you have a need to bill clients for any service at all? If you’re using WordPress to power your site (and you should be), then you’ll be interested in the WP-Invoice plugin from TwinCitiesTech.

WP-Invoice

WP-Invoice

From the plugin summary:

WP-Invoice lets WordPress blog owners send itemized invoices to their clients. Ideal for web developers, SEO consultants, general contractors, or anyone with a WordPress blog and clients to bill. The plugin ties into WP’s user management database to keep track of your clients and their information.
Once an invoice is created from the WP admin section, an email with a brief description and a unique link is sent to your client. Clients follow the link to your blog’s special invoice page, view their invoice, and pay their bill using their credit card.

Credit card payments may be accepted via Authorize.net, MerchantPlus’ NaviGate, or PayPal. For recurring billing we have integrated Authorize.net’s ARB API that will allow you to setup payment schedules along with invoices.

I applaud TwinCitiesTech for making this plugin available to the WordPress community, great stuff guys! Grab the plugin from TwinCitiesTech.

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About Adam W. Warner

I’m a web development consultant and instructor specializing in the use of WordPress and WordPress Multisite.My development philosophy focuses on solutions, education, empowerment, and support for my clients. I will provide you the tools to achieve your project goals, and I will show you how to use those tools.

Comments

  1. Seems interesting, the second link to TwinCitiesTech is broken though.

  2. wow- this is awesome..i just looked thoroughly at it, going to try it out this week. i never knew anything at all like this plugin existed. seems so much more professional than just emailing my buyers. i have so many different programs running for different tasks, the more i can combine into already existing programs, the better.

  3. this is so cool… it gives me another idea on my site thanks a lot…

  4. Finaly! I’ve been waiting for something like this for over 2 months! Thanks for sharing that guys and big thanks to TwinCitiesTech for creating it.

  5. Three words for this post and i.e., W O W …

    Now I am going to refer your blog URL everywhere whenever I saw that some people are seeking for help in wordpress. I never read this before.

    Now my job are easy and I can track them as well.

    Thanks again … simply rocking information.

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