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Case Studies

10 Inspiring Sites Using WPZOOM Themes: Apr ’17 Edition

Written by Ina Morosanu on 2 comments

Another month, another awesome selection with the websites from our dear customers! April brought some very nice examples of portfolios, travel blogs, communities supporting women and other websites for your inspiration.

Scroll through the following selection and choose your favorite out of the 10 hand-picked websites using WPZOOM themes from our Showcase:
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Theme Updates

Domino Magazine 2.0 Released!

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We’ve been creating magazine themes for a while now and got to notice how the trends are changing.

This experience plus the constant eagerness to create better themes and improve our products lead us to this neat update of our Domino Magazine. Since this is one of the favourites among magazine themes, we decided to upgrade its look, add new color styles and even new layout options.
Read below to see what’s new.

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Domino Magazine 2.0

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Case Studies

Talking food blogs, pudding and photography with Livelymess

Written by Alex Denning on 2 comments

Our much-loved Foodica theme has put WPZOOM on many incredible food blogs and today’s case study is no exception. We’re very excited to be joined by Hilary from Livelymess, a food blog which aims to help you mess up your kitchen – but produce some lovely food at the same time.
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Case Studies

10 Inspiring Sites Using WPZOOM Themes: Mar ’17 Edition

Written by Ina Morosanu on 4 comments

The first month of spring passed in the blink of an eye, but it brought more awesome websites created with our themes!

Scroll through the following selection of March and choose your favorite out of the 10 hand-picked websites using WPZOOM themes from our Showcase:

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WP Themes

Should Premium Themes Automatically Renew Licenses? Data from Thousands of Theme Sales

Written by Alex Denning on 8 comments

When we first started selling WordPress themes in 2009 it was industry best-practice to offer “lifetime” support and updates. At the time everyone selling WordPress themes was offering unlimited support requests and updates and we were happy to do the same.

All was well for a couple of years, but eventually questions about sustainability started: if you purchased a WordPress theme once for $60, is it a fair deal to both parties to offer unlimited support requests and significant updates for years to come? As popular themes started receiving huge updates years after their original release, questions about sustainability started arising.

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