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or why a race to the bottom is risky?
I' ve got some good WordPress buddies who are quite good with WordPress authoring, have some good plugs and really enjoy the people. Starting small, they began to play with some topics and plug-ins, and then learnt to develop by developing their own solution in the evenings and weekends.
You still like WordPress, and you also like the people. and so on. Envato All Bath? To those who don't know, Envato is the firm behind ThemeForest, CodeCanyon and some other brand names dedicated to creating Web sites and offering cheaper products. Since Jake Caputo was forbidden to speak at WordCamps, Envato has become known in the WordPress eco-system.
Funnily enough, this actually just took place a few month after Envato was one of the two major donors to the 2012 Community Summit for about $30,000, if I recall well. Jake was banned from a WordCamp voluntary position because he sold topics on ThemeForest, which at that time was only possible with binary licenses - half GPL, half private, against the WordPress. org rules for 100% GPL interchange.
Is Envato the evil beast here? Additionally to the licences ThemeForest and CodeCanyon were assaulted for other things. In the first place, it is the qualitiy of the topics. Most of the topic writers bundle tens of faders, galeries and the like, copy GPL plug-ins directly into the topics, add topic radio buttons, add hundred of choices, create customized mail within the topic and much more.
Customers and Freelancer buy these topics, import the demonstration files and voice over - they have put the site into operation. More than 1000 topics were potentially compromised by the inclusion of Slider Revolution (which is also available on CodeCanyon), which means that Envato is increasing in popularity, and because pricing is too low, it often compromises serviceability.
It' s noteworthy that Japh worked on coding integrity reference point time he was excavation location, and Stephen is now the degree unit administrator for ThemeForest and CodeCanyon. Even if the Topic Review policy were also applied there, the whole idea of combining 100 things in a topic would be incorrect and the amount of codes in a WordPress topic could potentially amount to a third of the WordPress own source-code base.
We have published Envato's summary for 2014 and we could see some figures that are very interesting. Tavern WP cited Envato's representatives and also referred to some figures: WordPress topics are fiercely contested, but even moderate topics can make a big difference. Envato's high level of visitor numbers practically ensures revenue for new topic writers.
Han covered median earnings figures for a particular topic during a particular month: 50 percent of all WordPress topics on ThemeForest have earned at least $1,000 in a given calendar year. 25 percent of all WordPress topics on ThemeForest have earned at least $2,500 in a given calendar year. 15 percent of WordPress topics have earned at least $5,000 in a given monthly period.
Well, I'm not a Envato enthusiast when it comes to license questions and the fact that they use both their writers and their clients for better margin. Consumers want a one-clickinstall site, so they go to ThemeForest and buy topics that contain everything.
The above mentioned figures also seem to be very encouraging - 50% of all topics have earned at least 1,000 dollars a monthly. Walk while spending some amount of your leisure exploring their intrinsic commerce and look at the visual communication of selling for most message, an representation is: These are some realistic numbers for some of the topics. Unless you quickly become fashionable and are selling a great deal in the first few weeks to get to the favorite topics for the weekly, you're gone.
If you can grow out of this by putting in 10+ topics and a few years so that you are ranked in the best-selling writers or other charting, but popularity is one of the places where most folks search. Meaning sellin' $1,000 a months is great for 50%+ of the comunity.
However, ending up with $2-3K of overall revenue for a subject that will be constructed in a few weeks straight month and the removal of all Envato tax and charges is another tale. However, it is truth that some folks are either fortunate and selling tonnes of photocopies, or they keep trying and trying and after 10 topics on ThemeForest they have enough returning returns and see at last some pull.
In addition, there are a few respectable topics that actually meet the standard created by expert developer crews and unbelievable designeres. The only open space for WordPress products with enough visibility to live on WordPress is Envato, unless you want to pay ten thousand dollar for your distribution, free gifts or distribution and still get a percent of ThemeForest revenue.
Several of the respectable members of the Fellowship, such as Tom McFarlin and Pippin Williamson, have been or still are participating in them and contribute to various Envato communities. Thanks to the possibility they have received, tens of millions of authors are supporting their family to present themselves and market their product in a commercial world that is hard for anything that is not 100% free.
I' ve been telling you about my friend who can't buy full-time WordPress because of the boom. In a nutshell, located in Greece - a slow but steady declining economic area - and under these conditions my best choice was ThemeForest. I became an ivy writer in 9 month with only 2 slots - 100% GPL, no page creators, no bundles of plugs - and with my income I was able to fix it all.
Because of WordPress and ThemeForest. When I say that if you delve further into ThemeForest, you will find a thousand similar histories, please put your faith in me. It' s not like folks are waking up in the mornings and saying, "Hey, let's dirty the WordPress fellowship with bad quality produce. If ThemeForest is big enough to affect its members.
And, as I mentioned before, clients want unique answers, and that's why this is the main topic you can now find on ThemeForest. We, as specialists, can clearly see the disadvantages of using an inflated WordPress topic from ThemeForest. Rent has published an example of how WordPress services are perceived and valued.
$4,000 vs $800 is a serious distinction and one of the most frequent kinds of WordPress user (individuals who pursue a buisness concept with a budget) will not want to spend that kind of cash ($4,000) if a $800 "developer" is available or a $60 topic that purports to manage everything for them.
To be honest, if your customers don't get the distinction between your work and trash, you have a sales value issue. First, it's not real to compare the market strength of a 4,000,000 member online audience that in 2014 can afford to spend a quarterly billion US dollar on their writers and a small 10-person recording facility.
In addition, back to Ren's example - the comparison of a $60 issue that seems to do the work (thanks to the marketing effort of Envato, its writers and its marketing side), with a $4000 customized solutions is about 70 different time. A few customers would be willing to buy 4, 5 or 6 topics if needed and see if one works just because it's still 10 x less expensive than a pros.
However, some of them still persist in using the inexpensive topic or go to the implementing companies instead. Also, I've seen literally a hundred samples of folks failing to reproduce a theme's demonstration files, and then start looking for a bootleg design to test before they buy it. They' ve already payed and want a modification, but they can' t have it, or they gave away cash to advertise their website that was cracked, or the next WordPress fix dropped the subject and so on.
The overall costs of a normal product become more costly over the course of my life because I have to waste more of my attention retraining clients about value offerings and what is contained in a customized product that is not part of a 100-in-1 topic. Alternatively you can try it small, get some pull for 2-3 month and instead find a proper workaround.
Like I said before, there are several ThemeForest topics that adhere to the coding standard. Unfortunately, they are seldom attractive enough for customers or contain enough choices for them and do not generate enough revenue. And there are also some writers who begin to sell a lot and then look for professionals to help them enhance their topic frames or solve some component issues - we also get similar inquiries here from winning writers with badly scripted topics.
When one of the big publishers is interested in paying enough money, it can simply copy WordPress's behaviour into a user-defined template, market it well, distribute the most favorite plug-ins and set up its own network. They could take a year or two to do that and take a large part of WordPress.