thumbs up or a beer/drink… “cheers” same as thank you.
I switch between firefox and chrome. Still can’t make my mind up which i prefer!
I make a different playlist every day. Always depends on what mood i’m in. It’s usually quite an odd mix. this was yesterdays one…http://open.spotify.com/user/1113800986/playlist/5aVtQ5bVNdmZQ2yUC0fPoS
But at the end of the day, a big-name seller like Orman Clark, for example, is gonna sell more copies of a theme than an first-time seller will of an equally-awesome theme, due to the fact that Orman has built up a community around him, via Premium Pixels, Twitter, Dribbble, etc., and more people can find out about his themes.
actually ! He is my idolIf you build a quality theme, buyers will find it.
Yep and i think Orman built the easy-to-use and powerful theme option !
And combine all these things :Quality theme + Good Marketing + Reputation = More Sales
The man defiinately has some celeb status He does produce some mighty fine work.
I guess a large part of that is marketing. This is true of any product, not just ThemeForest – If you have an amazing product but nobody can find it, it won’t sell well. Conversely, if you have a terrible product, but a history of great products, it might sell well nonetheless. The answer is simply to keep on making great products, build up your reputation, and hope for the best
I agree with ConorDesign .
it depends on your marketing ability, the way you build up your reputation on internet, easy-to-use & customer-friendly product.That’s what i thought
Completely agree with you both. Just seems very unfair and fickle of end users that if you’re new and haven’t yet built up a following, you’re brilliant designs get ignored.
Fingers crossed my themes will be good enough
“tl;dr A good selling template must be unique + generic. That’s the fine art of crafting a template.”
Love this CMT ! so true.
What i’m trying to get across… not so articulately… Is that there are a lot of very nice designs out there that just don’t seem to sell well. and I don’t understand how that works… if it is designed perfectly and works then why does it not sell on a marketplace as big as themeforest? Whereas others that are not as great, seem to take off and sell far better?