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Best Free Wordpress Theme?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by axus_auto, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. axus_auto

    axus_auto Power Member

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  2. azguru

    azguru Elite Member

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    You can find a free version of almost any theme on this site. I like using premium themes
     
  3. superstuff

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    i like Weaver.Its just like the default ten20 theme but with more options and flexibility
     
  4. Envyliciouz

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    Thesis. You can find it here :D
     
  5. maz07

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    I like the Elegantthemes premium WP themes, worth it! I't just $39 per year and they will release one WP premium theme every month which means that you will be getting more than 30+ premium themes plus for a small fee.
     
  6. esfera

    esfera Newbie

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    it depends for what use, I don't think there is really a "best" theme - most themes are the same and if you're concerned about SEO, then there are really good plugins for that like all-in-one or yoast's seo plugin
     
  7. audioguy

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    There's no such thing as best themes. That depends on what you are trying to accomplish. For me, if I can build a site (whatever it is) quickly, I consider it a good theme.

    I am not into the prettiest design either. You can always change a theme later. But first to get the "product" out to the market and drive traffic.

    With that said, I prefer Studiopress themes. They are high quality, SEO optimized and very flexible with Simple Hooks. I build authority content sites, micro niche sites, landing pages, review sites and even affiliate stores with them.