Okay, here’s the deal. Small Potato over at Wpdesigner recently launched a $5 Themes Club. What is a “themes club” exactly? Most membership-based template clubs will offer access to a collection of templates, along with access to any future templates added to the mix as well. Some have “membership levels” which may limit your use of these templates and may restrict you to a certain number of domains/sites. I know this sounds a bit complicated, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
What’s so great about Wpdesigner’s club is the simplicity of the program. The $5 gives you access for one year. You get at least 12 WordPress themes throughout the year, including these already made club themes. As long as you don’t give them out for free or resell them, you’re pretty much free to do whatever you want with the club themes – use them for your own sites, clients, whatever.
Hopefully you have a pretty good idea about what this theme club is all about. Small Potato is giving away 20,000 accounts to his $5 themes club. Let’s do the math: 20,000 accounts multiplied by $5 each equals $100,000 worth of accounts. He was nice enough to sponsor 50 free accounts just for Theme Lab readers.
So how do you get one? I’m going to make it very simple:
- Leave a comment on this post expressing interest in getting an account
- Make sure you leave a valid e-mail
- I will personally e-mail you a coupon code which you can use to sign up
- These free coupons will expire at the end of 2008
- I’ll continue this giveaway until all 50 coupons are spoken for
That’s about it. Comment away!
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