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Introducing the Five Dollar Themes Club

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Rub your eyes and read it again. If it says Five Dollar Themes Club then you weren’t wrong the first time around. It’s not $5 dollar per theme, per download, or per month. It’s $5 per year.

I’m going to launch a WordPress themes club on January 23rd 24th. Membership is $5 for 12 months. If someone asks you how to make $5 last for a whole year, tell them to join the club!

What can you get for five bucks? A lot! For less than the price of a domain name or a medium-sized cup of coffee, you get every available theme at the initial launch of the themes club and at least 12 more themes throughout your one-year membership. What does that mean? It means each theme will cost less than 40 cents.

How about quality? Judge for yourself here and here. More of them are coming and all of them will be available on January 23rd.

Does support comes with $5? Yes. You get personal and community support. That basically means you can ask for help through a ticket system or bring your question to the forums so everyone there can help you. Typically, you’ll get a quicker response from the forums.

How do the club themes stack up to other premium themes? You’ll get to see for yourself. Live demos will be online prior to the launch date. One thing to keep in mind is the club themes are mostly made for blogs, not magazines and newsgroups. However, don’t be surprised if the club themes come with features similar to those premium magazine or news themes.

What else do you need to know? I’m glad you asked. 🙂

  1. At least 12 more themes
    Unlike other clubs guaranteeing only 12 more themes (1 per month). This club guarantees AT LEAST 12 more. Some months will feature multiple theme releases.
  2. No Footer Copyright Labels
    Charging a fee for removing the copyright message in the footer is common practice, but you will not have to pay for that.
  3. One License Fits All
    If you’ve been hired to create a theme for a client, go ahead and use one of the club themes as the base for your project. You DO NOT have to pay for a developer license. And if you have time, show off your modification or creation at the forums.
  4. A Theme for Every Occasion
    With everything you’ll get for just $5, you’ll be able to change the look of your blog based on special events (birthdays, holidays, Pink for October, etc.) without having to sacrifice quality or waste time and money on those occasions. I’m not suggesting you should do that, but you could for the fun of it 🙂 .
  5. Multiple Designers
    Later this year, I will hire designers to fulfill club members’ requests and to give you variety because getting designs from one designer over and over again might get a bit boring. Although I’m offering this club for only $5 per year, I don’t want you to get bored out of your mind!
  6. Wpdesigner’s Themes Club Is No Cookie Cutter
    If you can’t already tell by the price, I’m not trying to start another boring club to make fast money. So what am I doing exactly? I’m shaking up the paid themes market and proving something here. You don’t always get what you pay for. Once in a while, if you’re lucky, you get something better.

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