- March 28, 2011 at 11:19 am #29115
Finding a free wordpress website theme is actually very easy. Just typing in â€œfree wordpress themesâ€ into google search engine will yield enough results to make you realize this. Many sites give out great wordpress themes, but which one is right for you? Do you have any idea what you're looking for? Which one would be best? Or where to start? Here are five tips to help you:1. What's Your Site About? â€“ This might seem obvious, but some people still make wordpress sites that are totally generic and not at all customized! If your sites is about flowers, make sure your theme reflects that. It might as well, since it will look better to your visitors and make them want to visit your site more often. It is well worth the extra effort to install.2. What's the format of your site? â€“ Are you doing a â€œblogâ€? If so, does your theme make it easy to read lots of text of your site? Are you doing a site with a video that starts playing when you open it? If so do you have dark colors that will distract people from your video? Do you have an opt-in form for gathering emails? If so is the opt-in form easy to see or is it being crowded by other icons and pictures? These are all things to consider. 3. How do I get the best? â€“ What if the themes you're finding aren't all that great? A lot of times on wordpress sites it will saw which theme they are using and where they got it at the bottom. Pay attention to that. If you like the theme go ahead and snag their idea and use the theme yourself. It may be one you have to pay for, but it might be free also. 4. How to get the newest? â€“ Check out forums and see if you can find sources for the very latest wordpress themes. Network with other internet marketers to see what they're using on their sites at the moment. In your wordpress admin section depending on if you're using a recent version or not, you can also search within the wordpress database for recently updated or new themes that wordpress provides to its users through their website and their own developers. You can also search based on features i.e. colors, columns, etc. 5. Free updates without effort â€“ When all else fails, why not join an email list that promises free wordpress themes. Join five. They already know you're interested so you can be sure they'll be emailing you with offers for free (and sometimes paid for but you can ignore those 🙂 ) wordpress themes. Okay you've got the tips, now go out there and make your site look good!
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