My first post here
I’ve noticed that often many themes are released at once (sometimes 5 or more at once or within a really short period of time) and sometimes there will be no new themes for a long period. Why not have a queue of approved themes that are being released throughout the day with same time gaps between them? So if there are more themes approved on a given day, gaps are smaller (every 2 hours) and when there are less themes, gaps are longer. Tumblr has this option when posting, you can set up the number of posts per day. This would give each theme an equal amount of valuable time on the top of the New Themes page and maybe have more impact on sales because more people would get to see each theme. It’s just that there is no rhythm to it that’s all
Also, I’ve noticed that you sometimes release several or more themes that are exactly in the same category, targeting the same audience in a row. For instance, recently you released 3 good architecture themes at once, Dogma, Grafik and Invento which is a bit weird. Why not release those themes in 3 days so that each one is given the same amount of attention by the visitors? This way you will have a more diverse catalogue of themes each day.