Premise for WordPress is Going Away: Grab a Copy and Save Before it’s too Late

Yes, it’s true. Our Premise landing page and membership site solution for WordPress is gone at the end of this week. And that means exactly what it sounds like … we’re discontinuing sales of the product.

Yes, this is the same software that we use at StudioPress to perform hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of digital transactions each month, and securely deliver the purchased products.

Yes, this is the very technology that powers MyCopyblogger, the free content library that has boosted our email subscriptions by 400% since its introduction in May. It’s also the same software that houses and manages our paid Authority training program of over 5,000 online publishers.

And yes, this is the same product that more than 11,300 webmasters rely on for advanced lead generation, digital sales, and membership site functionality for their WordPress sites.

So now you may be thinking …

Huh?

Premise has done its duty

In many ways, we built Premise for ourselves, as demonstrated by all the heavy lifting it does at StudioPress, MyCopyblogger, Authority and many of our other sites. But even building it for our own use had a larger purpose.

You see, we incorporated Premise into our own platforms to test, refine, and improve it so we could do something much grander. And we also put it through the wringer with over 11,000 other discriminating online publishers and marketers to make sure we got it right.

Mission accomplished. So now it’s time for Premise to go away, and the grander vision to come out to play.

Just to be clear, taking Premise off the market won’t affect those who own it. What I mean by that is:

  • We will continue to fully support all Premise owners.
  • We will continue to keep the software compatible with all WordPress updates.
  • We will continue to improve functionality and upgrade owners at no charge.

What we won’t do is sell it as-is anymore, at least after this Friday, December 13th. That’s right … we’re killing Premise on Friday the 13th after slashing the price (pay no attention to the gentleman in the hockey mask).

Last chance to buy Premise (and save, too)

Like any good “going out of business” sale, everything must go. And in this case, we’re saving you $70 off the regular price of Premise to make sure the place is fully cleaned out.

Head over to the site and check out everything Premise can do. We’ve already lowered the price from $165 to $95 at the site, so no coupon code or special link is necessary to lock in your savings.

Just keep in mind that when 5 pm Pacific time on Friday, December 13, 2013 rolls around, it’s curtains for Premise. Our money back guarantee, however, will naturally be honored for a full 30 days after your purchase, so no worries there.

Grab Premise today before it’s gone.

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One thought on “Premise for WordPress is Going Away: Grab a Copy and Save Before it’s too Late

  1. Brian,

    I have some questions – I’ve had premise for about 2 years now, and I’ve still not figured it out. Do you have any resources that make setting up the various sites easy to use?

    Also, will there be something replacing premise down the road (a more drag-and-drop style of page builder, like leadpages/instabuilder?) Just curious, and still wanting to get a lot of use out of it. (I’ve gotten great use from the various studiopress themes and Genesis!)

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