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TeslaThemes has been converting very well for us, since the 1st month of our collaboration. We have tested dozens of different theme affiliate programs over the previous two years and TeslaThemes is 1 of only 5 we now actively promote due to the popularity with our readers. Their well designed affiliate admin area is a bonus.

Our Affiliate program is one of the best on the market, and now we’re making it even better. We’re glad to announce that we’re launching a 2nd tier commission system. This means that you will earn 50% commissions for every sale you refer + 15% for all sales generated via your own referrals.

So, if the users you refer to us, become our affiliates, you will get 15% commissions from all their sales. Now you have even more reasons to promote our products and grow your earnings. Even a small number of 2nd tier affiliates can bring you a lot more profit.

Example: You referred 100 users to our site via your affiliate links. 3 of these users bought 1 developer pack each, and you got 50% commissions from the total amount of payments (($69*3)*0.5)=$103.5. Other 2 users became our affiliates and referred 1 sale each (standard pack), you got 15% commissions from these sales (($49*2)*0.15)=$14.7. Your total amount of earnings is $103.5 + $14.7 = $118.2

Here is a graphical representation of our new Affiliate system:

It’s also important to note that our Affiliate program is valid for all WordPress themes and subscription plans. Only 1 sale of our Lifetime Developer pack can bring you more than $172.5. A simple math calculation shows that earning $1k per month is not so hard to achieve:

Single theme Standard






Price of the product $39 $49 $69 $345
Commisions 50% 50% 50% 50%
Commisions 2nd tier 15% 15% 15% 15%
Commisions per sale $19.50 $24.50 $34.50 $172.50
Commisions per sale, 2nd tier $5.85 $7.35 $10.35 $51.75
Total earnings you get $25.35 $31.85 $44.85 $224.25
Sales per day, direct 1 1 1 1
Sales per day, 2nd tier 1 1 1 1
Monthly earnings ($19.5+$5.85)*30 days ($24.5+$7.35)*30 days ($34.5+$10.35)*30 days ($172.5+$51.75)*30 days
Total, montly earnings $760.50 $955.50 $1345.50 $6727.50

Learn more about our Affiliate program and its advantages here. Join our program and become our direct partner. We’re offering event greater commissions for our top performancers. Grow your revenue with us now!

A lot of things happened lately. WordPress and its community are moving forward and generates a lot of interesting stuff and events. We comprised a list of the most important news, updates, tutorials, resources, tools, etc. of March 2015. Have a look:


Yoast SEO plugin vulnerability: a blind SQL injection vulnerability was discovered in SEO plugin by Yoast. Users are advised to update the plugin ASAP.

WordCamp Europe 2015: This year the WordCamp Europe event will take place on 26 – 28 June in Seville, Spain. We will be happy to attend this great event and meet our friends and partners.

Twitter officially released its first WordPress plugin: Twitter has never released an official plug-in to make WordPress and Twitter play friendly. Until now.

WPLift and ThemeFurnance for sale?: Oli Dale announced that he is thinking about selling his 2 WordPress related projects as he is involved in another business.

Introducing the WordPress security white paper: an analysis and explanation of the WordPress core software development and its related security processes.

WordPress wins $25,000 from DMCA takedown abuser: WordPress has scored a victory in court against a man who abused the DMCA takedown notice.

The ultimate tour of the WordPress database: a complete description of all the tables and their columns present in the WordPress database.

6 cool things you can do with sticky posts in WordPress: sticky posts are one of the least known features of WordPress. You can do awesome things with sticky posts.

Creating custom content in WordPress, custom post types: exploring the types of custom content in WordPress and how to create that content.

Top “Non-Obvious” WordPress plugins that will make you a better blogger: 30 experts have been asked a question: what 3 non-obvious plugins would you advise every WP blogger to have?

How to set up WordPress on Raspberry Pi: an interesting experiment and guide by the guys from Codeable: how to set up WordPress on the Raspberry Pi.



Designer’s Toolkit: Prototyping Tools: Reviews and rankings to help you find the best prototyping tool for your web design job.

CSS SANS a font created purely in CSS: it’s an unprecedented font that reflects history and evolution of the web, and even changes its own shape.

Generate Apple Watch CSS for mockups: a simple and efficient tool to generate CSS for your Apple Watch mockups.

Flexbox in 5 minutes: an interactive tour of all the major features of the new CSS property: flexbox.

HTTP/2, the first major change to HTTP in 16 years: the new standard brings a number of benefits to one of the web’s core technologies.

TeslaThemes is giving away a beautiful flat design UI kit: simply share that post on your social media profile and unlock the download button.

Buffer launches Pablo: a simple and efficient tool allowing you to create engaging images for your social media posts.

Useful resource: StockSnap.io: a place to find beautiful free stock photos. All photos on the site are released under Creative Commons – CC0 and do not require attribution.

You probably heard about Ghost CMS, a relatively new blogging platform that generated a lot of buzz on its launch. And you’re for sure familiar with WordPress, our favorite CMS that is used by almost 1/4 of all websites.

These blogging tools allow you to easily set up and run beautiful blogs or websites without advanced knowledge of web development. Moreover, you can use themes and plugins to create sites with awesome design and add some extra features like eCommerce, contact forms, social media sharing, widgets and much more.

So, which one is the best for your website: Ghost or WordPress? Let’s start with a little history.


WordPress is an open source blogging tool and CMS launched in 2003 by Matt Mullenweg. It started as a simple publishing software, but turned into the most popular blogging platform on web, powering more than 23.4% of all websites. The latest version of WordPress (4.1) has been downloaded more than 16 Mln times. During the years, it became a powerful and robust system than can handle complex websites. Its system of themes and plugins allows you to create beautiful sites with reach functionality and customize them as you wish. WordPress initiated a whole community around it (and we’re really glad to be a part of it).



  • You need a powerful CMS and extra features for your blog or site (eCommerce, multi language support, page builders, user management, sliders, etc.). This can be achieved using different plugins or custom development
  • You are changing the design frequently and customizing it for you own needs. There are thousands ofWordPress Premium Themes that you can buy, install and personalize your website in minutes
  • You don’t want to spend a lot of time and effort on installation and set up. Most of hosting providers are offering 1-click auto-installation for WordPress
  • You’re familiar with some web development and can handle customization works. WordPress provides a vast repository with documentation where you can learn how to use it and how to manipulate it. Also, there are lots of tutorials, articles, videos on web where you can learn about it
  • You prefer a stable, flexible blogging platform with constant releases and updates, mobile support, extensive documentation and a vast community


Ghost is an open source blogging platform that has a clear purpose: to make the process of writing and publishing simple and enjoyable. It was launched in 2013 by John O’Nolan – the former leader of WordPress UX team.  The project was successfully funded on Kickstarter and gathered £196,362. John wanted to provide a simple and beautiful CMS for users that are interested in one thing: blogging. The concept was born out of many frustrations that he met using complex systems like WordPress. Ghost is in its early days, but the team behind it is working hard and they already achieved some good results.



  • You don’t need a complex website and you simply want to focus on content creation and publishing. Ghost provides a simple and beautiful dashboard with an intuitive editor (include your content and instantly preview it).
  • You need a light and fast blogging system. Ghost is built with JavaScript and uses Node.js framework. This offers better load times and more flexibility for databases
  • You run a blog or online publication and don’t need complex features and customizations. Simply install it, and they will take care about everything else (hosting, updates, backups, etc.)
  • You like alternatives and open source projects. Ghost is registered as a non-profit organization, this means that the money will be used to make it better (not making shareholders rich)


Whatever platform you will choose, make sure you first understand your needs. Once you get used with one of them, you will for sure like it, as both WordPress and Ghost are great tools. Please tell us: which is your favorite one and why?