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thanks guys. sometimes I think it would be easier to just handle questions/requests from theme buyers than dealing with the normal client crap.
I'm just debating on which direction I want to go. I guess theme development isn't in my future anyway as I only know html, css, and a little jquery to make it pretty.
Thats what a support line in India is for!
I develop plenty of custom themes, but they're 1-offs for my clients.
I don't develop any custom themes for resale. I think the biggest pitfall would be the constant updates and support. In order to keep sales up you'd need to be on top of all support questions/requests, and you'd need to release updates to the theme every few months as WordPress changes and newer best-practices come into standard.
It's something I've thought about, but just don't have the time or desire for.
does anyone develop and sell custom themes? is it worth it? What are the pitfalls?