You can let your users determine the price of the product and receive donations.
It's all about market laws and psychology: satisfied customers must somehow “pay back” for the service or product that they made them happy.
They can do this with a donation, or perhaps by paying something more for the next product they are about to purchase.
Let's give an example: you sell an e-book that costs sixteen dollars, but you also offer your users to support your business by adding more dollars because your products have improved their lives in the past.
According to statistics, at least 10 customers per 100 will pay more than the requested price, rounding the price of the product to twenty dollars: this is not bad, is it?
Sites such as Priceline have built a business on this idea and take advantage of a sales system based on how much users are willing to pay to meet their needs.
With YITH WooCommerce Name Your Price, you offer your users the freedom to choose their price to understand the true market price or simply take a different approach to sales. The plugin also offers you to offer the ideal price for users and set a minimum and maximum price for your products.