Best Premium Tools Experience?

Last Update: December 10, 2017

UPDATE:

JHaugland bolded the click and discovered this about bestpremiumtools.com:

"I clicked on Avada theme for $5 (which is an excellent premium theme I have used for clients) and I got redirected to some Fiverr site that offered to install/sell backup software."

Recommendation: bestpremiumtools.com is a site to steer clear from.


Hi, Everybody!

Just wondering if anybody has ever heard or, or purchased from, www.bestpremiumtools.com?

They've got a theme I want to purchase for one of my sites, but all of the themes on their site are $5. This theme would normally run about $100. There's no header and no footer on the site either.

If you have experience purchasing from this site, I would love hearing your experience and this is the place where I trust feedback.

Many thanks!

... and Merry Christmas!

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MKearns Premium
There are no reviews to be found and the contact advice is minimal Dump this one!
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CathyS Premium
Good advice, Mike. Thanks!
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JHaugland Premium
That seems like somebody selling pirated theme copies.

I clicked on Avada theme for $5 (which is an excellent premium theme I have used for clients) and I got redirected to some Fiverr site that offered to install/sell backup software.

Stay away and go to the official heme provider sites
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CathyS Premium
Oh wow - see? i wouldn't even click on anything. OK - it takes two and you guys have confirmed my suspicions.

Divi Theme has a special going on right now and the annual is 20% off. Gonna go do that...

Thanks!
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JHaugland Premium
Divi is great. I use it for a number of sites.
I have been a client of Elegant Themes for a number of years, so I'm grandfathered at $39/year and that's too good a deal to give up.
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CathyS Premium
How lucky! One of my developers loves Divi, too. I've been using Thrive Themes for a couple of years and love them, but need to learn Divi so I can manage my client's site after my developer is through with it.
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JHaugland Premium
I really like the Avada theme, but I have narrowed down to Thrive and Divi for all my projects.

One reason is that all premium themes have a learning curve and it is better to concentrate on these two and learn them well.

Another reason is hat I have spent too much time searching for Avada functionality in the Divi admin and the other way around, so to keep my sanity I dropped Avada.

A third reason is pricing.
For Thrive I am settled with themes for all my personal sites, and with Divi I can build on my own sites plus I can also build for clients, which gives a bigger profit for me.
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CathyS Premium
Yep - and I like Thrive's pricing, too. With Divi - there are many add-ons that require purchasing. With Thrive, everything is included no matter what new gadgets they come out with.

The page speed is a little slower with Thrive, but I've learned there's not enough difference for it to matter.

I'm building a huge site for a client right now; so big until I had to move it to another hosting provider. But I keep my smaller clients housed here at WA and have loved the ease of it.
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JHaugland Premium
I have the all inclusive package with Elegant Themes, so I don't have to buy anything in addition.

Everything that is available in Thrive (except the visual builder) you can achieve with Divi, but you have to build some of it yourself.

My client's sites are hosted here in Norway since I mostly have local clients. I have a hosting provider that I have used for 15 years or more and they ave good server speed and excellent quality of service.
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