Version 2.0 plus Anniversary Bundle!

by Brady Nord
on April 17, 2011

in Business/Freelance design

MOJO Themes Anniversary Bundle

A New Era at MOJO-Themes

In case you have not been formerly introduced the MOJO-Themes, now is the time. MOJO-Themes is a buy and sell marketplace for premium themes and templates.

We spent the last year building a solid product that has proven to provide quality themes and templates on the most popular CMS platforms. We have some of the most talented people who sell WordPress themes, sell HTML templates, and sell Tumblr themes. Seeing that we have an amazing community, we felt we had the responsibility for setting the standard for marketplaces on the web. It was necessary to step up and continue evolving and improving upon was has already been built.

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Announcing the MOJO-Themes Cyber Bundle

by Brady Nord
on November 29, 2010

in Business/Freelance Site News

MOJO-Themes is a growing buy and sell marketplace for a variety of blogging and design platforms such as WordPress. New themes and templates are added daily and users are able to find themes based on theme style, cost, number of sales, and upload date.

Over the past year MOJO Themes has proven to continue to grow and keep building upon their thriving community of premium design products. In celebration of their successful year in business, MOJO-Themes is announcing their first annual MOJO-Themes Cyber Bundle packed full of the marketplaces top selling items such as premium WordPress themes. This is a package that is sure to make anyone salivate.

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Creative Reviews Don’t Have to be Torture

by Lorraine Sneed
on November 22, 2010

in Business/Freelance design

If you’re a creative pro, it doesn’t matter whether it’s a photo, logo, layout, or video, someone’s got to review and approve your work. I’ve never met anyone who thought this process was fun, and it can be a huge hassle, especially if you have a big team of reviewers spread all over the globe.

If you want to stay in business, you must learn to streamline your review process and make the client happy with as few cycles and missed changes as possible. I’ve heard of people still using paper and faxes and all manner of markable materials to try to collect organized input. Then, of course you get the reviewers who disagree with each other, but don’t know it because they can’t see each other’s comments. There’s no getting around it — you can only try to maximize your time on creative and try to spend less in review.

Is this familiar? When you send out review, you:

  • Save your work as a separate, non-native file
  • Send the file to your list of reviewers
  • Go to the gym
  • Get coffee
  • Sleep on it
  • Awake to an inbox with as many replies as you have reviewers
  • Sort through the comments, crossing fingers there are no conflicts
  • Resolve conflicts
  • Get back to creating

Sucks, right? Picture this:

  • In your working file, choose Create New Review and give it a name
  • Invite all your reviewers to comment online
  • Skip the gym
  • Get coffee
  • Hop back into your artwork and find opinions already there
  • Respond immediately for all to see (avoid conflicts!)
  • Get back to creating
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26 fantastic iPhone & Android apps for managing your website

by Jonathan Brealey
on October 25, 2010

in Business/Freelance Resources

Thanks to smartphones, you no longer have to be sitting in front of your computer to upload, manage, publish and monitor your website. We’ve brought together a collection of applications for both iPhone and Android users.


If you have a WordPress website, then you can manage comments, upload images, and write, publish and edit posts all from your phone. Both these apps are free and are offered by

26 Great iPhone & Android apps for managing your website on the go

Left: WordPress for iOS. Right: WordPress for Android

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