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congratulations to both of you and your loved ones!!
@roodper bro your design is awesome. Dont think themeforest is God, rather think as they are friend. If they are rejecting, it must have a reason. Keep trying and it will get approved.
All the best!
Happy Holidays and Awesome year 2012 to everyone!
Thanks, got your point.
I guess you should sell it via Envato marketplace if and only if you think you will be able to sell less than 5 units per week on your own website [Checkout weekly-popular php-scripts for number of sales]
One point of view could be, say someone has a standalone contact us form, he sale it via CodeCanyon, because he would not able to attract Graphics-Designers & Consultants community himself. But if he make a Joomla based contact form he may not sell it via CodeCanyon, because Joomla items have low sales, here, he would rather get more prospects via JED (J! extension directory).
My personal approach would be to use CodeCanyon for both versions (using JED as well but with CodeCanyon URLs), because I get other benefits as well apart from marketplace, like community, secure & reliable payment method, flexiblity of licensing, traffic to my website etc.
Traffic Expectation for CodeCanyon: 10% organic search, 90% Envato marketplace. Holidays and Envato’s free file of month, Envato’s bundle offers have effect over traffic.
Advertisement: The starter notes at Envato explain in detail, however Social Media marketing is your friend.
via FreelanceSwitch and words of mouth.
Observing comments and weekly trends (of number of sales) will give you an idea how and why an item is popular over Envato, but programmers miss aesthetics during this analysis.
Envato marketplace items with more sales have one thing in common and CodeCanyon is not an exception, the aesthetics.
Social Media has power, but the problem to my solution is another problem. Create genuine followers over Twitter or friends over Facebook. Basically, I want to generate my followers/friends via Envato.
Thanks for suggestions.
My unbiased comments for my rival ThemeCatcher’s is that ‘their items are cool and sleek’, anything coming from ThemeCatcher is definitely worth buying!
@amphibious: I would say dont look further and buy their item.