who are you helping?
DDStudios, you complain a lot about the money issue. Why can’t you just be happy with the money that you’re making and move along? I mean, it’s not like you’re doing any work when someone deposits their own money in their account. So why should you receive any of it? The fact that you make loads of money from selling at Themeforest should make you happy enough to refer people for free. Now you want more money just to send people here? Hasn’t Envato done enough for you? Seriously, dude, c’mon!
I would ban your IP if I could.
edit: 3 year old thread :))))
Love the question
manserro5 saidIt is 1 license per template, not per template sale.
I would understand to pay 20$ for Extended licence once, cause I think there is exactly same thing as I said… What If I would get 100 sales for template, and I want to make all my templates with this thing. 20$ x Y templates? Huh…
Assuming you are on 50% commission, if you sell a $15 template 100 times, it’s 15×100x0.5=$750 profit, so $20 is not so much.
You can look on mailchimp site, they have some free code you can use, but when I tried the “submit” button would open a new window rather than processing the request on same window, and I couldn’t find anything else free. I tried to write my own php, but after 27 seconds I decided to buy that file
I used this one (also has single field), but make sure to contact the author first as this is now requested: http://codecanyon.net/item/mailchimphp-customizable-subscription-form/613314
@CFXd, the OP mentioned “Designer creates the design and his job is done in some days”, not me.
And also, I am the developer in our team, I wasn’t talking down “silly developers”
@FinalDestiny, that’s not what I said, I didn’t say the designer can decide his share.
Anyway, it’s just my opinion, you guys can do what you think is best for you, but just to be clear, when I say 50-50 is fair, I mean psd to html or html to wp. But most importantly, I’m talking about a long term partnership, it’s not as simple as psd to this or html to that.
imo 50/50 is fair (and I’m the programmer), in a lot of these threads I feel design is played down, as if it was easy to make a complete psd for a robust template “in a few days”, if that is the case I wonder why all of you are looking for designers. Also if you develop a strong partnership, the designer does a lot more than designing, helps in decision making, testing and a lot more. As far as “ongoing support” is concerned, I’ve found that if the template (I can only talk about html) is coded in a robust way and thoughtfully tested before release, there is in fact very little support.
You can be the best programmer in the world, if the design sucks, it won’t sell, so 50% of a lot is better than 60% of nothing. If I was you I would think more of long term earnings and developing a robust partnership with a good designer and not worry about a few %
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As long as you’d like!but really how long for what? till its reviewed? till it sells? till it stops selling? till the cows come home?
LOL till the cows come home :))))
I guess he means how long until the template gets reviewed. Usually templates get reviewed pretty fast (0-3 days or so)