I’m going to try running (thanks to my active and fit wife), so I went ahead and signed up. We’ll see if I can make it out more than once.
Chubby guy out.
Haha I love it!
I had a guy who left 9 comments in 6 hours, I kept asking him to open a thread in my forum, and he kept just asking questions in comments. He disappeared, then a week later he posted his purchase code, email, and TF login in a comment. I flagged it and left a stern comment of my own. He then signed up on my forum, never opened a thread, and then said in another TF comment “Im signed up can you help me out”.
digitalimpact saidI don’t keep a list, I just have my bookmarkets extremely well organized… I go through them all about once every couple months to re-organize/ delete them
Does everyone besides me keep a list of bookmarks with stuff like this?
I don’t keep a list, I just ask Chris if I need something.
Klaus – thinking “Water? OH HELL YEAH !”
Slightly higher price = slightly less sales (maybe) = same profit = less support burden
+1000Buyers with cheap hosting and no knowledge who are willing to spend minimum for a theme are killing the sales with their ignorant comments.
That’s business 101. A lot of businesses experiment with pricing to find that ‘sweet spot’.
Seems like this thread got off base and out of hand pretty quickly.
From what I’ve picked up, the themes already priced at $40USD or higher seem to be selling really well. I’d love some feedback from any of the Elite Authors that got to use the Price Adjustment Tool.
I have one WP theme that was priced at $40 and it’s selling just fine. On top of that, it is a Cart66 theme and (from what I can tell) about 1 in 5 users springs for the $89 Cart66 Pro license as well. I haven’t had anyone complain that it’s $5 more than the rest of themes on TF. If the theme is good, and it’s what the buyer needs, they’ll pay for it.
So that’s essentially 40 people that paid $129 for their theme + plugin combo that I know of.