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arousing says

Is there any book or posts that helps new theme author to improve their sales? Some tips and tricks?

E.g. Using a item switcher

I wish I could buy one :)

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subsolar says

It’s simple really. Just make quality themes. Explore the market and see what sells. But quality is the thing that will help you most :)

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Smartik says

It’s simple really. Just make quality themes. Explore the market and see what sells. But quality is the thing that will help you most :)

I often see here that cr*p themes sells well and themes that are really qualitative not. Some themes are not optimized, include dozen of useless scripts and styles, but they sells. So, quality, doesn’t really mean good sales, unfortunatelly.

@arousing, to answer your question: Open your blog, post unique info and advertise your Themeforest items.

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