Despite the fact that the market offers a wide selection of WordPress blog themes, it is not a simple task to launch one. Moreover, it is difficult to pick a field that would be popular yet not too competitive. Thankfully there are such articles as 11 suggested topic ideas for beginner bloggers that help novice bloggers the most beneficial field of their online activity.[Read more…]
Do you remember when you were in high school? Some students excel in sports, some have good grades, and some are just cool at whatever they do.
Most of the time they rule the school and have a club of their own.
Now, let’s relate that in today’s world of digital marketing.
In reality, those cool kids are one of the influencers of the society.
Say for example the fashion stylists and makeup ‘teachers’ on Instagram. If you look for more of the same accounts, you’ll notice that the number of their followers mostly have more than 50,000 followers. These cool Instagram personalities may have been doing something right.
They do this by creating great content that is relevant to their followers and engaging with them regularly.
Same goes for bloggers. If you want to be one of the Cool Kids on the web, then one of the first things you need to start on is to create a great-looking site on WordPress.
Theme clubs are commonly known to offer memberships to their users that can be renewed monthly or annually to maintain access to all of their products.
We’ve listed five of the best theme clubs you can choose from.
The magic of WordPress is already famous and known throughout the world. Anyone who has ever wanted to create a website, like a personal blog, or their own business, has heard of how easy and effortless it is to use WordPress, without any kind of advanced technical knowledge about web design or coding. It is a literal dream come true for so many. And not only that, the fact that this platform is so huge and contains a large collection of various themes, styles, templates and plugins, gives it an edge and makes it a pleasure to use.
Are you using a free WordPress theme? Have you been wanting a premium theme but couldn’t afford one? If you didn’t win our last giveaway, here’s another chance.
Allow us to help you this week, thanks to Themely, a new kid on the WordPress theme block. They’ve just released their first premium theme, Integral, and they want to spread the love to bloggers who use WordPress. [Read more…]
If you’ve been using a free WordPress theme for your site or just want to refresh your design, you’ll be happy to know about our treat this week: a premium WordPress theme giveaway. We’ve teamed up with TemplateMonster, one of the biggest template providers on the web, so that you can have an opportunity to choose any WordPress theme you like from their collection. [Read more…]
There are so many WordPress themes to choose from, but premium themes are not always the go-to choice of users simply because they have to pay for it.
There’s no doubt that WordPress is an awesome platform – not the least because of the wide variety of themes you can choose. If you use WordPress for your website or blog, you’ll love the style and quality offered by these themes.
This week, we’re giving you the chance to get a premium theme from ThemeFuse, totally for FREE! [Read more…]
WordPress is not just for blogging but is a powerful platform for achieving any imaginable goal online. The business of blogging is evolving and if you do not yet have a plan of action for monetizing your blog beyond advertising, now is the time to start thinking outside the box. Start running your blog like a business offering real services and products. The accumulated content on your blog is of greater value than you could imagine and brainstorming a little with content you’ve published so far, you’ll find opportunities to create information products or showcase products in your niche of which you could even benefit from affiliate sales. Here are examples of 15 e-Commerce WordPress templates to get your creative juices flowing. [Read more…]
In order to help widen the selection of themes available, Automattic is launching “The Theme Team” which they hope will attract more quality theme developers as well as more themes for WP.com and WP.org.
I’m super-excited to announce to you today that WordPress.com now has an official Theme Team. In a nutshell, we’re a bunch of people who really care about WordPress Themes and want to see them get better and better—on WordPress.com and for every WordPress.org user. And yes, that means we’re getting more themes, more often. […] [Read more…]
Matt Mullenweg has, in an attempt to clear the confusion with themes and the GPL license they might or might not inherit from WordPress, contacted the Software Freedom Law Center, who was instrumental in creating the GPL version 3 license. The reply, which is presented as a whole in the wordpress.org blog, basically says that while CSS and images might not be “tainted” by the GPL license, the template files surely are since they load WordPress functions and rely on them to work. [Read more…]