Is it just me or does the current item review system need some improvements? These generic responses are very frustrating, and often lead nowhere, especially when you keep getting rejected.
For example, I have had very positive feedback, from the designer community (dribble, forrst, etc), on a certain theme. For a reason that continues to evade me, this theme it has been rejected countless times, with a generated response.
I suggest we try to come up with a better system, one that helps you get approved. I, would suggest that reviewing takes a bit longer so that you receive actionable feedback from the reviewer. I want to know why THEY think my theme isn’t ThemeForest suitable and what I could do to fix it.
A different solution could be that every rejected theme, gets sent to a second group of reviewer’s whose’ job is to provide specific feedback. That way we can get an idea of what ThemeForest is actually looking for and aim to meet their specifications.
Just a thought. What do you guys think?
I have 10…. lol
jeeremie saidNo money at all. Theme business is awful. Stay away… Nope, no money to be made here, just keep on moving along.
I am sure others have asked this question before but here we go: How much money (or sales if you don’t want to tell the world your income) do you make selling Wordpress themes on TF?
I had a dev working on converting my iSimple Theme into Wordpress; he vanished when it was 95% done.
I need someone to finish it. It probably only requires 1-2 hours of work.
Please email me if interested with your price and I will reply with more details.
If some of your resources (ie. buttons), are on GraphicRiver, then I don’t think you can “give/include” it with your ThemeForest file; unless you are not an exclusive author.
Check me on that though…
I did some research on this a while back and what I came up with, at least for iOS, is that it was impossible.
that’s awesome!! in there now!
In my opinion, the ThemeForest reviewers aren’t big fans of minimalism and simplicity…
Too bad cause there is definitely a market for it.