WP-Premiums News: Edition 5
iThemes seem to be firmly targeting small businesses with their themes. They’ve just released their third premium theme series called Deep Order.
The theme includes all the features you might expect from a premium theme, plus a custom header image option in the WordPress Admin area, with an included PSD file for maximum tweakage.
Deep Order is available in four colour schemes: Blue, Brown, Green & Mix.
Brian Gardner releases his Revolution Pro Business theme, which is also aimed at small businesses.
R. Bhavesh, creator of WPRemix, is preparing to launch PremiumThemes.net, which promises to provide a range of premium themes to suit blogs and general websites. You can sign up for updates on the launch of this new project by visiting the site.
Brian Gardner is offering a fantastic contest for affiliates of his Revolution theme. His March Revolution Affiliate Contest will last for the entire month of March and offers the following prizes to the top three affiliates:
- 1st prize: 4 night Bahama Cruise & $500 spending cash
- 2nd prize: Samsung 19″ Flat-Panel HDTV, Revolution All-Inclusive Package or $500 cash
- 3rd prize: $250 cash or gift certificate to your favorite online retailer
- Inspiration or Lack of Creativity? A guest post by Jeff Chandler discusses the issue of similarities between themes, sparked off by the similarities between an earlier version of Justin Tadlock’s Options theme and Brian Gardner’s Revolution Pro Media.
- The Future of Premium WordPress Themes: According to Themeshaper, the end is nigh for premium themes.
- State of the Premium Themes Market: in response to ThemeShaper’s post, BlogTipz makes some predictions about the next year in the Premium WordPress Theme industry.