All you need to do it convince a friend or colleague to buy any Task Rocket license. That’s nearly $50 value for little effort.
Exploiting taking advantage of this offer is easy
When a friend buys any version of Task Rocket during the month of October 2015, make sure they fill in the Referrer’s email address field with your email address (make sure it’s the same email address you used when you purchased Task Rocket). That way I’ll know who to give the Client Control and Add to Cal addon-ons to. You’ll both be able to login to your respective accounts and download your copies of the add-ons.
Note: This offer is manually processed a few times per day, so if you take advantage of this offer you may not see your add-ons right away when you login. If you don’t see your add-ons, check back later or send me a message if you’re in a hurry.
Meet the Rocket Apps plugin manager
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Introducing Open Graphite Pro for WordPress
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Stripe for Invoice Rocket has been updated to 1.2
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Invoice Rocket goes dark
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How to make a living from WordPress development without violating the GPL
The General Public License allows users the freedom to run, study, share, modify or even sell the software. This extends to any software that uses the WordPress framework and APIs.Keep reading