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Max Foundry Acquires PliablePress

Seattle, WA, March 5, 2012 – Max Foundry, a leading provider of WordPress products, is pleased to announce its acquisition of PliablePress, a well-known company that creates general themes for WordPress websites. According to Max Foundry co-founder Bob Senoff, “We think the PliablePress family of themes is a great compliment to our existing product line, and this acquisition significantly broadens our offering of WordPress themes. From our product launch theme “Liftoff” to specific themes for internet marketers, to niche themes for WordPress developers and designers, Max Foundry has positioned itself as a leading WordPress theme and plugin developer.”

PliablePress was seeking a natural partner as it shifted the main focus of its business to custom WordPress development. Said PliablePress Managing Partner Michael Martin, “After I closed PliablePress, several people had an interest in taking it over. Max Foundry has a history of running a successful WordPress product line, which convinced me that they were the best possible team to partner with. They have a solid history of looking after customers very well, so this really is a great outcome for existing PliablePress users. I know that management at Max Foundry will continue producing great WordPress products.”

According to Senoff, Max Foundry is looking to partner with top designers and developers in building out its portfolio of themes through both the acquisition of well-followed themes and by launching new themes. The company’s products include “Marketeer”, a theme integrated with WordPress landing pages; “MaxInbound”, the leading WordPress landing page plugin for quickly adding landing pages to any WordPress site; and MaxButtons Pro, the industry-leading CSS3 button generator.

Inquiries and interested parties can contact Max Foundry here.

Affiliates of Max Foundry earn 50% of each sale originating from their site. More details about Max Foundry’s affiliate program can be found here.

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Comments on “Max Foundry Acquires PliablePress”

  1. Achmmad said:

    How about the purchased theme? Do customer need to renew previous theme purchase?

    8th March 2012 Reply

  2. James said:

    So are these themes actually being supported and update now then? Because i want to buy but none of the blog comments have been replied to.

    11th August 2012 Reply

  3. harry john said:

    Very nice post. I just read your website and wanted to say that I have really experienced examining your content.

    25th August 2012 Reply

  4. Ricky Shah said:

    So we can still use these themes, right? Has it been upgraded? What about our membership?

    13th October 2012 Reply

  5. mekanik proje said:

    very nice post .

    18th December 2013 Reply

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