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  1. Musgrove

    As a tie-in to your previous article about what it would take for WP to lose it’s dominance, it may be worth noting that Envato decided to run on Ghost.

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  2. John Saddington (@saddington)

    OMG. This: http://d.john.do/17W5i

    WTG Collis and team. Holy shiz.

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  3. Christopher Bunting

    I’ve spent money to utilize various services over the years.. But when you purchase something on Envato that wasn’t what you thought, Customer server never replies to you, they just keep sending messagages saying that they have an unusual increase in support related issues. If you file a complaint with PayPal, Envato will disable your entire account network wide so you loose access to download all software that you have ever purchased! Doesn’t matter if the accumulated amount you’ve spent over the years totals more than a few thousand dollars.. You loose it all unless you saved all the files you purchased.

    Congrats on Envato for making so much money! They Rip people off to do it!

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  4. Scott Winterroth

    Just wanted to say thanks for posting this. I ended up watching all 45 min of it and found it really insightful for building marketplaces. I would have totally missed it otherwise. – Scott

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  5. Dare

    In as much as envato marketplace should be commended for such an idea; I think they need to work and upgrade their customer service section, most especially for themeforest. I am a living evidence to their sarcastic and unfriendly customer services ( most especially from theme authors).

    That’s just my 2cents, but kudos to the founder for such a brilliant idea. Cheers

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  6. Chris Finnegan

    I’m 15mins in and loving this presentation. Very interesting story, especially for an Envato fan and customer like me!

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