By adding WordPress pricing tables to your site, you can make a good impression on visitors and convert them to buyers. Apart from this, the pricing table helps them to choose the right option according to their needs.
In this tutorial, I’m going to share how to add pricing table in WordPress site.
So, let’s get started…
How to Easily Add Pricing Table in WordPress
First, install and activate Easy Pricing Tables plugin on your site. It helps to create beautiful pricing tables or comparison tables on your WordPress site and increase sales.
It comes with free and Premium plans. Free version offers limited feature while premium version offers tons of features like ten gorgeous pricing table designs, colors customization, priority email support and Google Analytics Integration etc.
Once activated, you are ready to create pricing table on your WordPress site. This plugin will add Pricing Tables menu items to your WordPress dashboard. Click on Pricing Tables >> Add New.
Firstly give a title for your WordPress pricing table so that you can easily find it anytime.
Now, enter a name for your products and add price, features, plan & link (see below image).
You can also add new columns to your pricing table according to your needs. Just click on the New Column button.
After filling all your information, click on Save & Preview button to view your pricing plan table.
If you are satisfied with your WordPress Pricing table or comparison tables, click on the Deploy button.
It will bring a popup in front of you. In which you will see a shortcode.
Now, copy this shortcode and add to your WordPress post/page or where you want to display in your site.
You can also customize your WordPress Pricing table such as Border Radius, Font Size, Button Color or can add CSS file. You can see screenshot below,
How to Add Pricing Table in Post or Page
Adding a pricing table in Post or Page is very easy.
This plugin adds an Insert pricing table button to your post editor. Just click on it and select your table from the popup window.
We hope this article helped you to create a Pricing Table in your WordPress site. What did you think of today’s post? Let me know by leaving a comment below.
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