That is saying something, given that there are over 10,000 themes sold on ThemeForest. A quick calculation of the 104K Jupiter sold, times 60 – Gives you 6 million bucks in sales. It’s the biggest marketplace for WordPress premium themes, and it’s growing bigger every day. Top this off with the fact that WordPress now powers 32.5% of the internet… did your jaw also drop just now?
So what are the other places where we are seeing the switch towards Elementor?
Back in September, we covered the beta release of Envato Elements, a new plugin that bundles free Elementor templates together, all made by ThemeForest designers. This plugin is later to be connected to Envato Elements, a subscription service offering over 850,000+ assets, Including graphics, video, audio, photos, fonts and more.
Today, this plugin offers over 1,000 Elementor templates, spread across 60 different categories, as well as 500 different Elementor blocks.
That’s not all. ThemeForest also added an Elementor field to their ‘compatible with’ sorting, featuring 196 Elementor based themes and growing. You can also find Elementor as a main category in itself, appearing between other main categies like: Blog / Magazine, BuddyPress, Corporate, Creative and so on.
Envato’s CodeCanyon have also added a main Elementor category, now featuring 53 different plugin addons built on Elementor.