I don’t know if you know about it already but you might want to look into using: https://github.com/thomasgriffin/TGM-Plugin-Activation
Just say 500+ Google Fonts and 1000s of Shortcodes. It should be enough to gain a dozen of sales.
That’s not a fair solution. That means ‘authors’ who already have a licence can keep including that premium plugin in their themes. And others can’t.There’s definitly something wrong with that.
That’s actually not true. You could only include a item from CC only one time. For each theme released, you needed to purchase an extended license each time.
Ohh.. yes, i’ve misssed.. 11 pages OMFG… So can i still purchase extended license from codecanyon, and use it in my themes?
Update: as i understand i can’t… WTF????
Now you’ll need to go and make a percentage agreement with the plugin author, as the new rules state… And plugin authors will now have countless percentage agreements to keep track off
No slider, with the new license!
Wow! A job well done!
Haha, 18/20. It’s good
Congrats on your first theme, it is a really nice one. Well done!
Regarding to sales, it just all depends on the item. You could release an item like minti and have 60 sales in 2 days or an item with 4 sales in 2 weeks.
P/month stands for purchases/month.
Good luck and hope to see more releases from you soon.
@purethemes: As long as it’s not buggy and works with the latest WP3.5 version, and it still sells, I think there’s no need to remove it
If you would remove it you would get a whole lot of customers emailing you where is their theme they have purchased some time ago.
I can tell you this from my very own personal experience. It would be better if you would release a brand new theme, rather than updating an old theme with a completely rebuilt back-end. I’ve took this risk with one of my themes and the customer reaction wasn’t so great. I’m sure I won’t be taking this risk one more time