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mrtkrcm
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Hey,

We are three friends thinking about partnership. following works will be done by x,y,z people.

  1. x = creative idea + psd design
  2. y = html/css/js coder + usage documentation + forum support + item preview text/images+english knowledge
  3. z = html to wordpress coding+extending the theme+wordpress training videos+documentation+preview text

What do you think about earning rates will be shared as ?

  1. PSD Earning Rates: [number] for x, [number] for y, [number] for z
  2. PSD to HTML Earning Rates: [number] for x, [number] for y, [number] for z
  3. HTML to Wordpress Earning Rates: [number] for x, [number] for y, [number] for z

So, What are the fair rates for those, please we need your opinions…

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WojciechWyszynski
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1. 40/30/30
2. 30/40/30
3. 30/30/40

And that’s fine i guess :)

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aleluja
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Developers provide lifetime (itemtime?) support, thus they must get more. The designer’s job is over once the psd/HTML is complete but developers job is there until the item is there.

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FinalDestiny
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1. 60 20 20
2. 25 50 25
3. 25 25 50 or 20 30 50

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VF
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If all 3 partners are well experienced already, I would suggest doing atleast 2-3 themes to see the result in sales before thinking about %. Checking the possibility of success is more important than finding a strict % share – there is no such thing.


Developers provide lifetime (itemtime?) support, thus they must get more. The designer’s job is over once the psd/HTML is complete but developers job is there until the item is there.

This is complex subject. An experienced / eagle eye designer can make a 100 sales/month theme into 500 sales/month theme. So it would be hard to distinguish who contributed the profit. Generously working together for a reasonable time will help observing the value of each other. That’s the key and hard part as well.

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UXbarn
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If all 3 partners are well experienced already, I would suggest doing atleast 2-3 themes to see the result in sales before thinking about %. Checking the possibility of success is more important than finding a strict % share – there is no such thing.

Developers provide lifetime (itemtime?) support, thus they must get more. The designer’s job is over once the psd/HTML is complete but developers job is there until the item is there.
This is complex subject. An experienced / eagle eye designer can make a 100 sales/month theme into 500 sales/month theme. So it would be hard to distinguish who contributed the profit. Generously working together for a reasonable time will help observing the value of each other. That’s the key and hard part as well.

+1

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mad_dog
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If all 3 partners are well experienced already, I would suggest doing atleast 2-3 themes to see the result in sales before thinking about %. Checking the possibility of success is more important than finding a strict % share – there is no such thing.

Developers provide lifetime (itemtime?) support, thus they must get more. The designer’s job is over once the psd/HTML is complete but developers job is there until the item is there.
This is complex subject. An experienced / eagle eye designer can make a 100 sales/month theme into 500 sales/month theme. So it would be hard to distinguish who contributed the profit. Generously working together for a reasonable time will help observing the value of each other. That’s the key and hard part as well.
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ThemeBeans
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If all 3 partners are well experienced already, I would suggest doing atleast 2-3 themes to see the result in sales before thinking about %. Checking the possibility of success is more important than finding a strict % share – there is no such thing.

Developers provide lifetime (itemtime?) support, thus they must get more. The designer’s job is over once the psd/HTML is complete but developers job is there until the item is there.
This is complex subject. An experienced / eagle eye designer can make a 100 sales/month theme into 500 sales/month theme. So it would be hard to distinguish who contributed the profit. Generously working together for a reasonable time will help observing the value of each other. That’s the key and hard part as well.
+1

Good stuff. +1

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aGHasizadeh
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Developers provide lifetime (itemtime?) support, thus they must get more. The designer’s job is over once the psd/HTML is complete but developers job is there until the item is there.
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