Discussion in 'Blogging' started by danhoff, Oct 31, 2015.
I was wondering What wordpress theme You guys use for You moneysite ?
I don't think you will get a definitive answer here. It's all up to preference, and I doubt you can go terribly wrong with any theme. Pick out the one you like and use it, you can rest assured that a theme won't affect your rankings too much.
I agree with the above, just make sure the theme is responsive which most are now and you'll be ok.
The theme should blend with your niche/audience/desired outcome. A money site can be of various types like one page product review for clickbank, email capture page, magazine type for adsense, business type for presenting and selling a service... See what other sites in your niche looks like.
Depend on your purpose. Make sure its fast loading theme, responsive, and if possible theme that use html 5.
You may consider, mythemeshop's theme, or genesis.
Bad themes can wreck a site with things like:
"customisation" bloat (layout builders )
too many files
badly coded loops - nested, redirect issues, wp-query abominations
too many templates / not enough templates
excessive or duplicate scripts
negative impact on SEO: slow loads, poor html structure, duplicated content
updates break everything
badly written CSS (!important)
... I can go on. What sort of theme are you looking for?
I am using divi from elegant themes right now.
Any themes, Just suit for content categories.
I mainly use custom made script depends on my need. But i mainly use many blogging WordPress theme for my sites.
I use Studio Press Genesis Framework+ themes.
Yesterday i bought "Newspaper" Theme from Themeforest.I have stop using Crack/hack/null theme,They are creating many problem.
Both Newspaper and divi look amazing, that's what i was looking for. Clean and profesional designs. Thanks.
I just try to avoid sliders as much as I can. Also, if theme requires too many plugins I tend to avoid.
I started using Thrive Themes, really like their stuff so far. They specialize in light weight and conversion focused themes.
Definately go with Flex Squeeze Page, it offers a theme that you can customize, has drop in graphics, tables, page separators, fonts, and the plugins that you can get are worth it, just an extra thirty bucks and you can have them all. I've used it to create not only affiliate themes but also use it for my main money site/blog. Have never had any problems with it, had version 1.5, and also bought 2.0 because Mark, the developer, really helps you out. When I've had issues with anything (normally my fault) he has logged in, taken a look and taught me how to fix it, customer service doesnt get better than that. Out of everything I've bought this has been the mainstay of my tools.
moneysite right, I think almost everything can be used and modified to suit to it. Just make sure you satisfied your client who are using mobile/tab as much as you satisfy your visitors on web. That would create the huge difference from an unstable theme to a magnificent one.
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