+1 seems like a good idea to me. It’s definitely more viable for a buyer to show popular files from certain category.
Same here, I can’t seem to make an update for the item.
I agree with Crikova. It’s nice to see templates that are fresh and unique and cater for a very specific niche. I also like some detaily very much (like leaves on hover buttons). It gives a template an authentic feel. I like it
I usually first pick up the images I am going to use. Then I make the title out of the image . As for the body text I then usually pick up some text from Wikipedia that is related to the title .
I think we all agree here, probably even authors of those Themes. We recently made a turn into the other direction, an experiment if you want, with minimal, clean blog Themes. And it turned out pretty good, ofcourse they will never sell as some of those mega themes, but if you compare the amount of work and amount of support, I think I will stick to simple Themes with a specific purpose.
Supporting those multi Themes can be tedious and I would choose 500 sales of $100 anytime over 1000 sales of $50.
azzaroco saidI’ve noticed the same, been getting sales again on 5 year old items (Flash).. and it’s pretty rare for me to get Flash sales these days. but I got two sales recently on the same day from two different buyers in different countries. Could be a coincidence, but still unusual.
Meanwhile, old items forgotten somewhere behind started to sell more than never.
I’ve got a few Flash sales also lately, weird