Launches Digital Products Marketplace for Themes Plugins, Templates & Custom Code

Custom software development company,, launches products marketplace for third-party vendors, including graphic/web designers, software engineers and creatives.

Seattle, Washington –, a software development company with offices across Washington, Florida, and Arkansas, is launching its own digital products marketplace that allows vendors to monetize their web design and development assets.

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On the user side, business owners, bloggers, and web designers will be able to browse the latest digital products and access copy-and-paste assets for their projects. This eliminates the need to spend time coding and designing, and leads to faster and higher-quality projects.

“The digital products marketplace is something that we’ve wanted to launch for a while now,” said Nate Nead, CEO. “We’re excited about the opportunity to work with developers, programmers, and designers to connect them with customers. We also think it’s going to open up a variety of new options for business owners and marketers who want gorgeous designs without having to go through the process of having them developed on their own.”

The marketplace is open to both sellers and affiliates. Designers, developers, and creatives are able to receive up to 80 percent for exclusively listed products, and up to 60 percent for items listed on other platforms.

The affiliate program, which is just being launched, pays up to 30 percent affiliate commissions to premium publishers who drive buyers to the marketplace. This affiliate commission is much higher than the industry average and will incentivize content publishers to direct their readers to the thousands of free digital products that will soon be available on the marketplace.

“The affiliate portion of the marketplace is something that we’re just pushing out, but we’ve heard some amazing feedback,” says Timothy Carter, CMO. “The more customers we get purchasing from the marketplace, the more vendors will feel comfortable offering their assets, and vice versa.”

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