Ok so this week we are kicking off a series of posts all about what to look for when you want to buy a WordPress Theme. You may have been running your blog for some time now and have made the decision that you need to update your theme to something a bit smarter and snazzier to add a little more professionalism to your blog. You might also have become frustrated by the limitations of your current theme and are now looking to get your hands on a more powerful theme to hepl you take your blog to the next level. It’s only then when you are faced with a very difficult decision – which theme should I buy? Well – fear not! The 2010 WordPress Themes Buyers Guide will hopefully make your life a little bit easier by providing you with necessary information to make your buying decision in confidence.
Over the next couple of weeks we’ll bring you on a magical, mystery journey and take a look at:
- What type of wordpress theme is right for my site? This is the focus of Part 1. With so many different types of themes out there today it’s important to be clear as to what kind of theme is best for your blog.
- Why should I even pay for a wordpress theme? Aren’t there lots of free ones? And if I do pay how much will it cost me?
- How will I know the difference between an excellent wordpress theme and a crap one?
- What risks do I need to look out for when purchasing a wordpress theme?
We’re really excited about the Buyers Guide as it’s our first series of posts we’ll be putting together and we really think it will help people out a lot when they are thinking about buying a wordpress theme.
Stay tuned for Part 1 which will be hitting the blog in the next 24 hours!