Devil’s advocate: every timeframe will show the same list. That’s how being a top seller works.
This is bad advice. I’ve sent DMCAs to Google a dozen times and it’s always handled in under 24 hours and accurately. I doubt there’s any human intervention at all because of the volume of requests they must receive. Their DMCA form is designed for automation. Odds are this was your error — not to antagonize but let’s be realistic where blame likely falls. It’s not like a Google employee went in and manually edited the Google index…
If what you do has value, offer it and charge for it. Doing that will remove people who wouldn’t provide you any value in return.
Favorites among ThemeForest authors is going to be very different from the global usage of eCommerce platforms. From the Alexa Top Million Sites there are 34,864 eCommerce sites and WordPress isn’t even in the top 10 platforms.
@ Australia: Dogfooding http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eating_your_own_dog_food
I chuckle whenever this thread pops up. One does not simply dogfood their own strategy.
Why would that matter? Thousands of people answer direct messages by email every day. If somebody knows your password obviously…
It’s a legitimate point though. Is there a policy regarding browsers that do rapid auto-updates?
I wager nobody is actually testing in Chrome 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, and 30 — also that nobody remembers the difference between them.
The dev community has moved onto feature testing rather than browser testing, so is it even relevant to list browser support for everything except legacy IE?