November 7, 2019

Sold the first high price item Big Bundle

Inovatik

Made my first sales of the Big Bundle package for $29. It's a high value bundle comprised of all landing page HTML templates from Inovatik.com. One item costs at this point $16 if the user buys it individually. But $29 gets them more than 20 high quality landing page HTML templates together with documentation and support. So it's quite an irresistible proposal for designers, devs and tech-savvy users in need of HTML templates for their projects.

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