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A Make milestone: 200K downloads

By Melissa Hill on January 20, 2015

200k Downloads of Make!

Make hit a milestone last week: over 200,000 downloads in the WordPress Themes Directory. The intention with Make was to create a truly flexible drag and drop theme while staying true to what we do best — that is, building solid and soundly coded, no-nonsense WordPress themes.

But what we couldn’t have anticipated was how the Make movement would blossom in just half a year. While we’ve been hard at work releasing updates, implementing new features and fixes, we’ve seen users start businesses, sell products, and share their stories with the world. It’s incredibly satisfying to know, in some small way, we made this possible.

Did you know that Surf Office, Postmatic, Yeah Dave, and over 700,000 small businesses run their websites with Make, our free WordPress page builder. Discover the Make page builder now.

Looking ahead, we are deeply committed to growing, improving, and supporting our Make and Make Plus community. In fact, we have just released an update to Make Plus that includes improvements to the Style Kits features, along with a brand new kit we’re calling Hello.

If you’re a Make user, we’d love for you to share your creations with us.

If you’ve yet to give Make a spin, we’d be delighted if you would consider joining our amazing community of Makers.

Thanks again for all your support and enthusiasm!

3 Comments

  1. Jonathan Godoy

    Congratulations and thanks for making such incredible WordPress themes!

    I always look forward to your new products.

    Keep up the great work!

  2. Melissa Hill

    We certainly plan on keeping it up! Thanks so much, Jonathan!

  3. Peter Cralen

    I m proud that without me it was 199 999 :)
    It is really powerful theme with professional design and typography.
    Just switched my site to Make and it looks completely much more professional …
    Thank you for this great theme.
    I just wish you will do something similar, but more lightweight for more simple sites.

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