When choosing your theme, you may quickly be faced with the question of whether to go for a Free theme or a premium theme that you would have to pay for.
Here are my 2 cents on that subject.
While there may be some great looking themes available for free I will suggest that you opt for a paid theme. Ordinarily speaking – at least most of those I have come by – the free themes comes with certain limitations or more often than not, come with a link to the web developer. This is usually a little link that will appear somewhere near or in the footer of your website and over which you have little or no control.
My feel is that you don’t want to have such an advertising in your footer, so choose paid themes that allow you to either change the footer or eliminate the link.
Most paid themes are actually also relatively inexpensive. So really there is not much excuse for going cheap here. If you just want a license for a single website of your own or for your business, you’ll often find a high quality theme come with a price tag of only $58 or so. Of course themes come at many different prices, but ordinarily speaking we are not talking about a great deal of money.
Some sites offer multiple theme licenses for you for a wide variety of themes. This can be a great choice if you are in need of several websites for different purposes or when you, like Amazing Ideas, Inc., may be offering web site designs for others. In my last post I offered some resources for where you can get themes. Some of these resources usually have some offer on all of their themes for a one time low price. It might be worth while considering for you.
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