Dear colleagues! In the previous statistical review we gave you some useful tips on how to succeed on ThemeForest and get as much sales from yours’ items as possible.
In today’s article we’ll review one of the fastest-growing categories - PSD Templates.
As we said before, this category grows rapidly, but the sales are rather low.
PSD Templates made only 1374 sales from November 26th and this doesn’t look exciting, especially while Worpdress themes were sold almost 100 times more for the same period of time.
This can possible be explained by the fact that Elite and Power Elite authors don’t bother themselves with uploading PSD’s to Themeforest. The vast majority of PSD Templates was added by Standart authors, who may not be aware of promoting their items. Just take a look on how sales in the category is distributed among authors:
As you can see, more than 75% of weekly PSD sales belong to the Standart authors on Themeforest. Let’s see the best selling authors of the month:
- odin_design - 43 sales
- tranmautritam - 33 sales
- themesun - 32 sales
- logancee - 28 sales
- themefire - 27 sales
But who was the most productive author for this year?
Here’s the list of the most productive authors:
- ifathemes - 60 added PSD’s
- torbara - 51 added PSD’s
- mwtemplates - 41 added PSD’s
- themesun - 30 added PSD’s
- magentech - 26 added PSD’s
You probably noticed, that only one author from both TOP-5’s is sucessful in uploading and selling PSD Templates - themesun.
Themesun chose the tags for PSD Templates wisely, because his/her tags have much in common with the list of most sold tags for PSD Templates.
This also confirms that wisely chosen tags for your items can get you additional sales.
What tags do you usually use for your PSD Templates? Are they match with the list of best selling tags? Discussion is welcomed.
Don’t forget to read our previous articles:
How to get more sales for your upcoming item. ThemeForest statistical overview. Part #3
Real Estate sales and insights - Themeforest statistical overview. Part #2
ThemeForest statistical overview. Part #1