Today I am officially launching PremiumThemesNow.com, a new member of the Daily Blog Tips network. That website will basically work as a showcase for our premium WordPress themes. I considered selling them via Daily Blog Tips, but I think that it would confuse things up. That is why I decided to create a separate website for that, while keeping the free themes here.
We are also offering custom design services over there. I often design blogs and websites for my own projects and for friends, and I have many talented designers working with me, so it was a natural extension.
MagLive Premium Theme
Currently we have 2 premium WordPress themes for sale there: NewsDen and MagLive. NewsDen I had already launched a couple of months ago here, so you probably remember it.
MagLive is being launched today. It is a magazine styled WordPress theme, with a custom made “Featured Entries” section on the front page that can display any posts and images that you choose, dynamically. The rest of the homepage is also highly customizable, and the theme is advertising ready with space holders for 426×60, 250×250 and 120×600 ad units.
I changed the price slightly, and all premium themes on the website will now sell for $47. Both themes come with 30 days of support. If you have any question or suggestion let me know, and check PremiumThemesNow.com once in a while to see the new premium themes that we will launch over there!
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16 Responses to “Launching PremiumThemesNow.com”
@Paula, yeah check the website, we have a live preview of both themes.
The post titles come wrapped on a H1 tag yeah.
@Yuen, I won’t be adding it there. Those links are just for the “daily” blogs.
My network of websites has many others, but I don’t like mixing them up.
Don’t forget to add it to Our Network in your left side menu 😀
Hey Daniel, great idea. Im looking forward to seeing what themes you add to the site. I might even have to write something about them on http://crenk.com.
Very interesting, Daniel.
I’d love to expand and just may try the news theme one. Have you run any of them on a live site?
Are the post titles wrapped in H1 tags?
I love your Studio Press themes so much — and the Google Ad Med Rec text only gets such a high click rate the way God showed me to position it up front, I’m wonder how the new themes would do if I put the ads up front and center and tweaked your new themes.
We shall see.
Congats on the new themes!
@Bill, interesting idea. If you need some logos designed let me know though and I will be glad to help.
Excellent – I love premium themes and have bought 2 this month. Another great service would be custom logos instantly. Get ’em as quick as you can download themes. I guess I’ll have to look around the web for some. If anyone has suggestions I’d love to hear ’em – paid or free.
Buying a custom theme and not having some half-way decent logo sucks because it stops you clean in your tracks – at least for me right now. I’m not a designer.
Great Theme, it’s very clean and professional 🙂
Good luck Daniel, great site. I still love studio press but I definitely want something custom in the future.
@Bilingual Blogger and Michael,
MagLive looks great! Good luck with the new business!
(I can understand why you didn’t call it Daily Premium Themes though! 😉 )
That MagLive theme is excellent, or maybe it’s just that I’m partial to the color red? 😛 Either way, nice work!
@Will, thanks. It is not a big project, just a side/experiment thing. But we will see 🙂 .
Thats great Daniel, congratulations with the new website. I am sure it will go great 🙂
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