Category: Transparency

Transparency Report #26 – The Future of ThemeIsle and How Often People Change Themes

Welcome to the 26th edition of the monthly transparency report (for March 2017). In this series, I do my best to cover everything that’s been going on here at CodeinWP and ThemeIsle. We talk business, development, marketing, productivity and other fun stuff. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #25 – Zerif Lite Back … What’s the Impact on Zerif Pro?

Welcome to the 25th edition of our monthly transparency report (for February 2017). In this series, I try to cover everything that’s been going on at CodeinWP and ThemeIsle – from a business point of view, plus all things related (marketing, management, behind the curtains stuff). Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #24 – How to Increase Your Google Rankings Overnight

Welcome to the 24th edition of our monthly transparency report (for January 2017). This is a series where I discuss everything that’s been going on at CodeinWP and ThemeIsle from a business point of view. Plans, strategies, revenues, and more. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #23 – Growing JustFreeThemes.com – How, What, Why

Welcome to the 23rd edition of our monthly transparency report (for December 2016). In this series, I talk about my experiences running a WordPress business and things related. Check it out if you want to see what’s been going on behind the curtain at CodeinWP, ThemeIsle, and Revive.Social. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #22 – The Lessons From the CodeinWP/ThemeIsle Team

Welcome to the 22nd edition of our monthly transparency report (for November 2016). This series is about everything interesting that’s been going on behind the scenes at CodeinWP, ThemeIsle, and Revive.Social. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #21 – The Good, the Bad, and the … Illegal?

Welcome to the 21st edition of our monthly transparency report (for October 2016). In the series, I discuss various aspects of running a WordPress business. I try to give you the back story behind our strategies, what’s going on right now, and what we have in store next. Check it out if you want to see what’s been happening behind the scenes at CodeinWP, ThemeIsle, and Revive.Social. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #20 – Do You Need WordPress.org to Promote Your Themes

Welcome to the 20th edition of our monthly transparency report (for September 2016). In this series, I focus on different aspects of running a WordPress theme business, including our strategies, methods, wins, and struggles. In short, this is where you can learn what’s been going on behind the scenes at ThemeIsle and CodeinWP. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #19 – Our Most Popular Free Theme (Zerif Lite) Suspended From WordPress.org

Welcome to the 19th edition of our monthly transparency report (for August 2016). In this series, I cover various aspects of running a WordPress business, discuss our own strategies and plans, as well as struggles and hardships. In short, this is where you can find out what’s going on behind the curtains at ThemeIsle and CodeinWP. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #18 – Changing How We Handle Customer Support 180 Degrees

Welcome to the 18th edition of our monthly transparency report (for July 2016). This series is all about the behind-the-scenes goings-on at ThemeIsle and CodeinWP. Each month, I do my very best to cover the latest developments and important changes in our strategy, business plans, results, marketing, etc. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)

Transparency Report #17 – How Affiliate Marketing Works in WordPress … Honest Opinion

Welcome to the 17th edition of the monthly transparency report (for June 2016). I’ve created this series to talk about everything that’s been happening behind the curtains at CodeinWP and ThemeIsle. Each month, I try to cover the most interesting goings-on. Click here to see the previous reports. (more…)