As of now, Easy Digital Downloads is actively installed on over 40,000 sites. That’s a pretty large number which means a lot of downloads are being distributed and hopefully, a lot of money is being made. When I see that active install count, though, I don’t particularly accept it as-is. What I try to assume is that roughly 20,000 of those active installs are live sites while the other 20,000 are staging clones of the live sites (you can’t blame me for wishful thinking). EDD being an e-commerce platform means that a significant portion of our users are trying to earn income from their websites. There are many users who have been able to do so successfully and some who are still a work-in-progress. But one thing they all have in common is that certain aspects of the platform are expected to be automated and accurate, thanks to EDD and its add-ons. Every once in a while, there’s a hiccup in one of the processes. That’s the nature of software development. There will be bugs, shortcomings in functionality, and other common obstacles. For the most part, though, the core functionality of an EDD-based e-commerce system is rock solid. That said, problems are more likely to be introduced as
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