Go to Envato Studio.. find a designer to design a one page theme for like $200 – $300, then take that design and find a developer on Envato Studio to build a WP version, it can cost $350 – $500..
And after all that, just you will get a Hard rejectBTW. who is doing for such a cheap price, i want to hire him
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Go to Envato Studio.. find a designer to design a one page theme for like $200 – $300, then take that design and find a developer on Envato Studio to build a WP version, it can cost $350 – $500.. then take the finished product and upload to ThemeForest.. then hire a support person to update / support item.. in theory it could work
Good work! Congrats Adam
Free money for everyone
digitalscience saidA bundle is supposed to bring MORE SALES (on relevant marketplace).
bdthemes saidBundle week.. enough said
What happen to envato? every on saying no sale no sale (me too) so where going all sales?
It’s the whole purpose of it.
Not necessarily. Say you’re a buyer feeling like buying a theme, you have a budget of $50.. but then on browsing the site you see an incredible deal for something else but only for the next 24hrs… do you think it might change your mind on your original purchase plan?
Have you ever gone to the mall looking to buy something specific.. but see something else on 50% off sale and buy it instead? People can’t resist a good deal
Won’t work because it’s unfair to new talent and might make Elites more casual about uploading. Same review queue and waiting times keeps everyone on their toes and keeps a fair playing field.
I think Envato knows all this, they want us to create high risk / high reward items, there is clearly favoritism towards these items, and they push these items through competitive pricing – everything is done on purpose to meet their specific agenda.
While i like cheap prices as a customer, i always wondered why all the themes are so extremely cheap here. I mean, for a custom build website, you would pay several thousand Euros.
Because the concept of micro-stock markets is to sell at low prices but large volumes. The concept breaks down though when you don’t get enough exposure to sell enough volume, then it appears that the authors is giving away their work for nothing.
The examples of cars, while a good comparison, are incorrect as the Bentley etc. are a higher quality build and materials, MP themes are not higher quality necessarily, just more demos and features via plugins. We should be clear on that I think.
Yep, generally speaking if quantity of demos goes up, quality goes down. If authors spend more time on one demo then quality is generally higher.