When do I get paid?
We will deposit your sales to you immediately after a transaction has been completed. All payments are sent to your connected PayPal or Stripe account.
What file formats do you support?
We support ALL file formats. You can upload any file type with any extension to Payhip.
Can I cancel my account at anytime
Absolutely, you'll be able to cancel your account whenever you'd like if you decide we're not for you.
What is a WordPress theme?
A WordPress theme is a set of files that work together to create the design of a website. The theme controls things like the font size, color, menu style, and much more. However, changing a WordPress theme doesn't change any of the content (text and images) itself. It only changes how things look on the website.
How can I sell WordPress themes?
If you enjoy creating your own WordPress themes, you can sell these using Payhip. Simply set up a free account, add a new product for each theme (or collection of themes), and upload your theme's .zip file to the product. You can then set your price, save the product, and start selling your WordPress theme either through your Payhip store or through your own website.
Can I resell WordPress themes I've purchased?
No, you can't resell WordPress themes that you've purchased. The copyright belongs to the person who created the theme and you don't have the rights to resell that theme. You could get into serious legal trouble if you try to do so. You also shouldn't give a theme that you've purchased to someone else for free - though in some cases WordPress themes you've purchased may be licensed for you to use on your clients' websites.
Is there a market for WordPress themes?
There's a huge market for WordPress themes, with almost 40% of websites in the world running on WordPress. That's a lot of websites that need themes! Because this market is so huge, you'll likely find it easiest to succeed if you focus on one section of the market. For instance, you might create WordPress themes for charities and non-profits, or WordPress themes for restaurants.
Is there a storage limit?
No, we have no storage or bandwidth limits. We only have a 5GB per file limit. If you really need more than 5GB per file, then get in touch.
Do you offer charity discounts
For sure, we love to support great causes of all kinds so please get in touch with us.
How can I contact you
Just shoot us an email at email@example.com or reach out to us on Twitter. We'd love to chat!
Is selling WordPress themes profitable?
Selling WordPress themes can be very profitable, especially if you can keep your overheads low. If you're doing the design and coding for the theme yourself, then your costs (other than your time) will be minimal. Even if you pay a designer and coder to help create the theme, you could still end up making a lot of profit over time.
How much money can you make from WordPress themes?
You could potentially make thousands or even millions of dollars by selling WordPress themes, but how much you make will depend very much on the quality of your theme and on how well you market it. Some bestselling WordPress themes like Divi have whole teams of developers and designers working on them. But even some individual WordPress theme creators report earning $15,000/month or more - after several years of work.
Can I earn money from WordPress?
If you have a good working knowledge of WordPress, there are lots of ways you can potentially earn money from it. Designing and selling premium themes is one method, but you could also create custom themes, provide WordPress website setup and support services, become a developer for a WordPress plugin company, and much more.
How do I price my WordPress themes?
Most premium WordPress themes are priced somewhere between $25 and $250 for a lifetime license (which means the user gets updates for the lifetime of the theme). More complex themes will come in at the higher end of this range - for instance, some premium themes incorporate lots of extra elements such as page builders. To price your theme, you'll want to look at what other WordPress developers are charging for similar themes.