Choosing a ‘Great’ Blog Name

If you are keen to set up a new blog you are probably already aware of the most difficult part of the process… deciding what to call your blog.

At worst, a bad name will put people off ever going to your blog, while a great name will mean people are more likely to engage with you and revisit your site again and again and again.

I come across all sorts of blog names in my search travels that you may, or may not, find inspiring:

  • some unusual “Alcatraz Gardens”,
  • some funny “Chook Minder’s Quill”,
  • some clever “Paris (im) perfect”,
  • some self-deprecating “Dear Stupid Blog”,
  • some nonsensical “Flibbertygibbet”,
  • some straightforward, “Memoirs of a Food and Travel Addict”,
  • and some rather snappy, “The Pop Cop”.

We have all heard some good advice for choosing a name that is unique, creative, descriptive and memorable. Which is your favourite blog name? I think the most successful name of the above examples is “Paris (Im)perfect”, short and attention-grabbing but has some meaning to it beyond the obvious.Put simply, I think the common factor of the greatest blog names are those that give me, a new reader, an instant insight into the person behind the blog before I have even visited the blog.

Chris G. points out that naming a blog with the SEO formulaic domain name of “keyword+blog” is in the long term a disingenuous strategy, people don’t search for ‘anything blog’ unless they are looking for your blog already and, let’s face it, you are not going to come across as all that likable if you are only after search rankings.

Google is also onto the old keyword domain stratagem, saying that they will reduce the ranking power they once had over other domain names.

Also don’t think you can get around having a domain name that is search engine optimised with keyword laden terms and then having a different blog name on the page itself. Having a different blog name to your domain name is confusing for searchers who only remember one or the other.

Instead, put SEO on the backbench and build a blog name as a brand name. Aaron Wall from SEO book has long since noticed that Google likes strong brands. A great blog name has character. And with a good brand comes loyal regular readership and ultimately steady reliable advertising revenue. Most of all have fun choosing a name that reflects what you are about not just what you want to rank for (everything in good balance though).

Buying Guest Posts on Blogs

Having a guest post published on a blog has, for a long time, been seen as an extremely good way of advertising a website and giving credibility for a brand, but what if you simply don’t have the time to write a guest post, and then pitch it to a large number of bloggers in the hope that one will agree to post it for you? Well, that’s where buying posts on blogs can help, because you can pay to have guest posts written for you and published on a well-known website or blog.

If you have thought about using guest posting as a way to advertise your website, but you have never been able to find the time to do anything about it, here the advantages of this type advertising and some advice on how you can get someone else to guest post for you.

Improve your Google rankings

A good quality back-link from a niche related site is worth a hundred times what a spam back-link from a low quality site is worth. A link from an article posted on a high domain authority website will have just the contextual relevance that is needed for a link to have real benefit in Google rankings.

Drive quality traffic to your site

An article posted on a popular website will increase traffic to your website too. People who are reading an article on a topic that is related to your own website on a high authority site are just the type of audience that you want to attract, because you know that they will be interested in what your site contains or sells.

Gains brand exposure

Having content published in your name or content published with a link back to your site, gets your brand in front of a wider audience. Although it is very difficult to quantify the benefits of brand awareness, there is no doubt that the more people see your brand, the more likely they are, at some point in time, to come and visit your site.

Increases credibility

Having a connection between a popular blog in your niche transfers more credibility to your own site. A good quality guest post on an authoritative website or blog is almost as good as receiving a recommendation from that site.

Increases internet presence

The more mentions of your website on the internet, the greater the likelihood of someone finding your site. If links to your website appear on many different blogs, not only will it improve your search engine rankings, it will also increase the chance of someone stumbling across your site and visiting it out of curiosity.

How to get guest posts on blogs

You can approach relevant blogs in your niche yourself and ask the blogger if they would accept a post from you, but that can be extremely time-consuming. Firstly, you would have to find the blogs in your niche that do accept guest posts, you would have to approach the blogger with an idea for an article, and then you would have to write the content as well.

The alternative to doing it all yourself would be to buy a guest post on a website or a blog. There are people who already have author’s accounts with some of the large and popular websites, or who have their own blogs, who offer their services to write and publish content on your behalf. There are some websites that specialize in supplying guest posts, or you could visit an auction website that specializes in selling all kinds of web assets.

Why to Use WordPress If You’re Serious About Your Online Business

Starting an online business isn’t cheap. I hope I’m not bursting any bubbles.

Sure you don’t pay for office space, insurance or a water cooler, but there are other costs involved. One of them is your website.

Lucky you! There are so many free blogging sites out there! It’s a no-brainer to choose one of the free options to start, right?

Wrong.

Here’s the thing: I’m frugal. I’m incredibly frugal. I will move heaven and earth to find a low cost or free option for just about everything. If there’s an inexpensive way to do something, I will let you know what it is. One of the few places I make an exception is with your website.

If you’re serious about your new online business, there are plenty of places to make expensive mistakes. There are plenty of places to use up your valuable time. You’re going to avoid all of those rookie mistakes.

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Tracie’s Tip: Don’t start with a free blogging site.

A few reasons:

#1 Reason Not to Use a Free Blog Site When Starting an Online Business:
With free sites, like Weebly or Blogger, or even WordPress.com, you don’t technically own the site. Your content is at the mercy of the site you’re using. If something happens to that site, your content is gone. If the site doesn’t like something you’re doing, they can shut you down and – again – your content is gone. Both of those may seem drastic now, but if they happen to you, it’s going to hurt.

#2 Reason Not to Use a Free Blog Site When Starting an Online Business:
They aren’t nearly as customizable as their paid counterparts. If you want to add a podcast player, a photo gallery or make sure your site is optimized to get the most sales, you can’t do that with most free blogger sites.

#3 Reason Not to Use a Free Blog Site When Starting an Online Business:
It looks unprofessional. If you’re going to be using your site to make money, you need a site that looks trustworthy. When you don’t have a customized URL, you look less legitimate as a business and customers are less likely to trust you.

Tracie’s Tip: If you want the best website for your buck, use WordPress.org. Note. I said WordPress.org. NOT WordPress.com. There is a difference.

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org
Contrary to popular belief, the main difference between the two types of WordPress sites is NOT that one is free. Both are free in and of themselves. The biggest difference? For for someone who really hates technology, WordPress.com seems like the best option because so much of it is set up for you.

Here’s the problem. WordPress.com has the same drawbacks as other free blogging sites, except with WordPress.com you have the option of paying to upgrade to add customization, get rid of ads, have more memory, etc.

Those add-ons add up.

After paying for all of the ads ons, you’ll pay more than if you just start with a WordPress.org site.

So why would people choose WordPress.com? For most people it’s because they are intimidated by the idea of having to buy a domain and find a hosting service. When you set up a new WordPress.org site, you need to pay for a domain and host, which will cost about $50/year. You also need to know how to set up the domain and host.

But here’s the thing: if you don’t know how to set up your domain and host, you can easily find someone on Fiverr.com to do it for you.

As your business grows and you want to expand your site, many of the things you’ll want to add are actually WordPress plug-ins. Plug-ins are the bits of code designed to offer special features like podcast players, shopping carts or social media widgets – the things that make your blog site unique, personal and fun (not to mention useful!). The vast majority of those are only available on WordPress.org. In fact, WordPress.org has more plug ins available than any other website building platform in the world.

3 Free And Simple Ways to Market Your Blog

Many people are turning to the internet as a way to make money working from home. And this is why blogging has become so popular.

The online world is information driven because people come to find answers to their most pressing questions.

And if you have a blog full of relative information that gives them the answers they’re looking for, then you have the potential to not only help a lot of people, but to earn money online.

Sadly though, for most bloggers, they just can’t get enough visitors, and without enough eyes on their pages, they can’t make enough money.

What they fail to understand is that marketing a blog is more important then creating it in the first place, because it’s no good making something that no one will see.

So if you’re having trouble increasing the number of visitors to your blog, here are three ways that re not only simple to do, but they won’t cost you a penny.

Of course, there are many ways to market your blog, but these three ways will get you massive impact fast.

1. Article Marketing. This is a really effective way to get traffic to your blog. You can write articles for online article directories like EzineArticles.com so that others can not only read them, but they can also publish them on their own website along with your author resource box which contains a link back to your website. You can also write guest blog posts for other sites. A quick Google search will help you find blogs and website that accept guest posts.

2. Instagram/Pinterest. These are social media sites where you post/pin appealing images from your blog along with a link to the page the image is on. This works well for food blogs or other types that rely heavily on images like blogs about travel, crafts, weddings or animals. Pinterest is also a search engine so your “Pins” will show up in search engine results.

3. Facebook/Twitter/Google+. These are also social media sites where you can not only place links to your latest blog posts, but you can also automate it so that every time you publish a post, a link to it is automatically uploaded to your social media pages. So if you blog daily it creates a lot of traffic back to your site.

Making Your Content Stand Above the Rest

You probably understand the importance (and necessity) of writing content. Your content is the way that you prove to your target audience members that you are an expert in your niche or industry. It is also the way that you build credibility and trustworthiness with your audience. However, it is important to bring your content to the next level and to make it stand about that of your competitors.

Considering all of the elements of your blog
First of all, people will be more than happy to offer you advice about what to do to your blog content in order to make it stand about the blog content of your competitors. Of course, that advice will not necessarily be appropriate advice for your particular business. You may be handed advice about your headlines, your teaser paragraph, the body of your blog, your conclusion, and your call-to-action. All of that is not to mention advice on what you should do to promote your blog after you have written it. The question is whether those people who are giving you all of that wonderful advice are actually not seeing the forest for the trees. Are they missing the point that you are actually trying to make with your blog?

It isn’t enough to simply write and post your blog content online. You also want a large number of qualified people to notice and support what you have written and have taken the time to share. In short, you want your blog content to go viral. If your blog doesn’t get the attention that you are hoping it will get, it will be a mere flash in the pan. Your readers will forget about it the minute they finish reading what you have written.

The fact is that being invisible is the worst possible thing that you can imagine (especially in business). If you (or your content) is not memorable, you won’t get anywhere. You must create content that is not only valuable but that is also compelling and that makes the reader hunger for any content from you that he or she can read.

Well, don’t despair because there are definitely ways to change that situation.

What you can do to make your content more memorable
There are many goals that you have in business that are important and are solid contributors to bringing your business to the next level. Some of those are increasing your website traffic, ramping up your list of connections, and writing top-shelf content. However, those factors will not necessarily make you memorable for other people. If you want to stand above your competitors, the way to do it is by being truly unique.

The truth is that everyone has competition. Some people don’t actually believe that they do but they really do. We all do. Through your content, you need to express ideas that are so unique and exciting that the reader can’t stop talking about them. That probably means that you need to think (and step outside of) the box on a semi-regular or regular basis. In fact, you need to do everything within your power to stand above your competition.

Getting other people to notice your content is not easy but it is not impossible either. Your ideas need to be so compelling that they are imprinted on the other person. The following are ways that you can make that happen:

    • Create your public persona carefully: Most people have public personas that are different from who they really are as people. If you want to create a perception in the minds of other people about you, you can. It is all up to you. You have the power. Of course, that generally means that you will have a persona that is extremely positive and larger than life. Part of your persona is an air of professionalism that goes beyond doubt. A large contributing factor will be the emotions that you introduce to that persona. Before you can create your persona, you need to figure out exactly how you wish to come across and that will always involve a photograph. Photographs are not only critical because of the large number of people who respond emotionally to images but they are also critical because, without your photo, you don’t have any human qualities in the eyes of the other person. Without your photo, the other person has no way to relate to you. You will not resonate with them. It is the first step to building a meaningful relationship. It is important to remember to be consistent in all of your photos. Whatever emotion you are trying to convey with your photo, the same emotion should come through every time. Above all else, your persona should say that you are a human being, just like the other person.
    • Express your values: If you want to get people to buy into who you are and what you represent, tell them about what is important to you and what drives you. It is extremely important that you stand for important principles. Undoubtedly, there will be some people who will not agree with your views but that is the basis for lively, stimulating discussions, which you should invite whenever possible. However, there will certainly be a large number of people who support you and who agree with your point of view. It should never be a situation of unpleasant fighting, only reasonable, varied points of view. The other thing to remember is that you should always welcome other opinions than yours, as long as they are expressed in a polite, constructive manner.
    • Show how human you are: The fact that you write content expressly with the goal of helping other people in mind means that you are a good person. That concept already puts you one step ahead. However, showing your human side is critical to your success in business. Human beings only relate to other human beings. If you show your human/emotional side to the other person, you will be adding to your credibility and to your trustworthiness. The other person will never be able to relate to the person who seems too perfect. The fact is that you are human, which means that you will make mistakes sometimes. Other people will call you out on those mistakes and you will have to own them and move on from there. That will surely fortify your relationship with the other person.
    • Always be transparent: Your transparency and your genuineness are critical to your success. It is another way to demonstrate to the other person how human you are. You are saying that you are just like him or her. You will never subscribe to the “do as I say, not as I do” philosophy. You need to prove to the other person that you are willing to roll up your sleeves and get in there regularly. Nothing is above you.
  • Always be sensitive but not too sensitive: It is important to keep other people’s feelings in mind and to be sensitive about what you share online. However, that doesn’t mean that you always avoid conflict at all costs. If done appropriately, conflict can lead to really amazing discussions. If you don’t think that way, you may be shutting yourself and your business off from opportunities that may be amazing for everyone involved. It really is all in the approach. If you express yourself in the right way, the consequence should be fine (and even productive).

Conclusion
Your public persona is critical to your business’ success. Once you have established that persona, you will be able to write effective content, which is driven by your persona. Your content will allow you to stand above your competitors and to be noticed by the right people. Your content should help people to find you, position you as an influencer, and make people aware (or more aware) of your brand and of your business.

7 Brilliant Tips for Better Blog Content

It’s a great feeling when you start a blog. It seems you have so much to say and you’re eager to get started right away. You begin writing, and after a few short minutes you realize that actually you really don’t have that much to talk about after all.

In this article, I would like to run you through a few quick tips and strategies you can use right away, to write what you do have to say in such a way that your readers keep coming for more. Ready?

1. Have a Goal

One of the worst experiences you can have as a blogger is typing and not saying much. Don’t worry, though. It happens to almost all of us.

You see, the actual writing process, the time when you actually sit at your keyboard, should be the very last stage of creating a post.

First, you have an idea, of what to talk about. Then you decide what you want the readers to take away from the content you’re making. After that, you start thinking.

Here’s a pro tip:

It’s much easier to organize the content in your head first, before putting it down on paper, because you have unlimited editing power. You can delete, add, and shuffle concepts at will.

Once you have a rough plan of what you want to talk about, go ahead and scribble it down on a piece of paper somewhere. It doesn’t have to be anything too complicated. Just a few words, so that you know what goes where.

Then, when you have a plan, start writing and editing. So, just to summarize: first you decide what you want to share, then you organize it in your head, then put it down on paper, and then write and edit.

2. Be Clear and Specific

As you write, it’s crucial for you to be as clear and easy to understand as you possibly can. Make sure you always have your readers in mind and communicate with them on their level.

3. Use Short Sentences

Long and complicated sentence structures might be impressive to your English teacher, but they’re terribly boring to an average blog reader.

When you have a long sentence in your content, go ahead and pause for a moment to figure out how you can break it up into small, dynamic phrases. All it usually takes is adding a word or two, a couple of commas a period.

4. Do Not Repeat Yourself

When you sit down to write, hopefully, you have a few things you want to get across.

Once you make a point and you feel your readers should understand it, don’t re-explain it to them. It is fine if you need to summarize something, but there’s absolutely no need for you to beat a dead horse.

If you feel a need to explain something twice in one post, go back to your original explanation and alter it until you’re satisfied with it. When that’s done, just move on to the next thing you want to cover. Your readers are intelligent, and they don’t need a concept repeated three times to get it.

5. Limit Yourself

Sometimes, when you write content, you’ll get in the zone, which means that you’ll actually want to sit there and write and write and write and write. When that happens, the process seems enjoyable, the ideas flow into your head and even the actual typing is a pleasure.

While this is a good thing, because that’s how the best content gets created, you need to be sure you always stay on topic.

If, in your writing frenzy, you have created a ton of content that doesn’t fit in one post, edit it and divide it into smaller chunks you’ll be able to schedule to appear over the next few days or weeks.

That’s the best way to deal with it. What’s more, if the content is valuable and you know that your readers will benefit from it, you have a nice buffer of posts and you can take it easy for a while.

On the other hand, if what you wrote is just a pointless rant, get rid of it. I know it’s hard because you put your time and effort into it, but you’re building a valuable, authority blog and ranting about nothing has no place on it.

6. Use Simple English

When I write, I like to think that my content will be read by twelve year olds. While that’s obviously untrue, it helps me make sure that what I have to say is extremely easy to read and understand.

Most of the time, you don’t need complicated grammar or syntax to get a point across and, as a blogger, your main objectives are to help your readers by getting through to them in your writing, and to be entertaining.

When you use English that’s hard to read, you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be able to benefit from your advice. You’ll also bore the readers that do understand what you’re saying to death. Don’t do it. Just keep it simple.

7. Edit Fiercely

The last thing I want to talk to you about is, not everything you’ll write will be worth publishing. That’s why, when you’re done writing, you should take a day’s break and edit what you have.

Remove anything that doesn’t deserve to be put up on your blog, make sure the post is a breeze to read and always have your main objective in mind: You want to help your readers and entertain them.

5 Tips for Creating Content For Your Blog

You’re ready to start blogging – but where does content come from!

We talked last week about how important blogging is for your business, and hopefully it was inspiring (enough) to help you create a blog or two. But we understand that as much as you know that blogging is important, the challenge is constantly coming up with relevant content, and this really comes as two distinct areas of difficulty:

  1. I don’t like to write, I’m not a good writer.
  2. I never know what to write, how do I know what my market wants to hear?

I’ll try to tackle both with our top 5 suggestions for creating content for your blog:

    1. Read – a lot. And then write what you think. Read industry publications, or just the newspaper. What is current? Is there something going on that could impact your market? Are their new studies being published that you could interpret for your market? Start answering their questions, before they ask! And don’t be afraid to share the blogs of others that compliment your thoughts, social media is about sharing, and contributing.
    1. Keep it simple – your blog doesn’t need to be long, or cover too much. Aim to write one page, and if you find it getting two lengthy, break it up into a series to post over a few weeks. Also, don’t aim too high – start with one blog a week, if you write more this week, put the extra blogs in an archive to publish when you’re busy or on vacation.
    1. Think about the questions you get asked most often, and write a response that speaks to this. Your blog is also a great place to break down myths about your market. I once spoke with a client who worked with individuals with substance abuse, she was providing an incredible service for those who are desperately searching for help. But getting the clients to her was a challenge, they didn’t want to be identified or feel singled out, and so we brainstormed messaging that was compassionate and reinforced the safe place she was creating for her clients (and their families). Her blog became a beautiful resource.
    1. What are you working on right now? Give a small “sneak preview” to your followers. Thinking of offering a new product or service? Start blogging about it.
  1. Always have writers block? Enlist the help of a ghostwriter. They can be a HUGE help, and time saver. There are several ways to work with a writer, and a good one will find the way that works best for you, and create consistent content that looks and feels like you. We recommend to our clients to simply share everything they’ve already created, and let us filter through it to start creating their content.

Turning a Blog Into a Business

Bloggers love blogging. They all want to combine their passion for writing amazing and engaging content in order to earn money for their efforts. Over the previous ten years, they’ve found a huge number of ways to do this. One thing worth mentioning is that in order to turn a blog into a business, the chosen set of methods should fit in nicely with the intentions and the content on it. There are numerous examples on bloggers who have completely failed at getting their target audience right, and you simply want to avoid that.

One of the most common methods for obtaining your first few dollars is a subscription or paid membership model. It rarely works, mostly because people who browse the Internet don’t care about pay for extra content when they can find it for free. The Internet is huge!

If your content is not unique and valuable for your visitors and readers, you might want to consider switching methods to skyrocket your monthly revenue.

Some of the best established methods that work for experienced bloggers include:

* Selling books, shirts, mugs, cups, pretty much any type of merchandise that contain the blog’s brand or logo

* Selling products or services from other sources directly via your blog

* Providing ways for readers to give out donations – think Patreon

* Promoting and participating in affiliate programs for PPC opportunities

* Selling ads to showcase other companies on your blog

We’ll mention a few of these outstanding methods and explain them further down below:

Affiliate Programs

Affiliate programs work splendidly, because for people looking to buy your banner placeholders, you do the exact same job as Google AdWords. You basically get paid to upload an advertisement for a service or company onto your blog. The difference with affiliate programs is that you don’t just get paid for clicks on an advertisement or two, but purchases your visitors made via your ads.

They are very attractive to bloggers because there are thousands of websites (like Amazon and BN.com) that offer a huge range of items for sale – some of which you can sell via your blog. These websites will then pay you for each sale they made via your blog.

Merchandising

In case your blog has good content, images, logos, pretty much anything printable onto a mug or T-shirt for people to enjoy, you should consider investing money in merchandise you branded with the help of your blog. It’s always good to have these types of promotions, because they are not only good for overall engagement with your audience, but for earning yourself some extra money.

The easiest methods of setting up your mini shop is by partnering up with website who specialize in online merchandising. Each merch item you want to be sold will be displayed automatically, with your branding on it, on these customized webpages so that the visitors think as if your site is the one selling your merchandise, not an online vendor. A huge benefit with this method is that your readers can purchase items without you having to do anything. Your single duty is to set up the store. The online service you’re cooperating with takes care of the rest.

The most popular on-demand branding services are:

* Branders

* CafePress

* Direct Lines

* Zazzle

Selling Space For Display Ads

This is the classic way of earning money off your blog. Selling advertising space means those who relate to your blog the most will pay you money if you place their ads on your blog. If you have a huge number of incoming traffic, you’ll get a lot more inquiries.

This means that your blog needs to have relevant content to the advertiser if you want your blog to be attractive to them. Signing up on Google AdSense, for example, is the most simple way to get some money flowing. But as an established blogger, you might want to look into ad networks.

Ad networks are all similar one to another in terms of how they place ads on your blog. The factor that makes them stand out are when and how much they’ll pay you.

The most famous advertising networks you might want to look up are

* Adknowledge
* Clicksor
* CrispAds
* Google AdSense

4 Ways to Build An Attractive Character in Your Blogging Niche

Have you ever noticed that most of the successful bloggers have some sort of attraction element at play in their blogging efforts? Some might be good looking sure, but beyond that, most of the good ones have some sort of redeeming quality that has people thinking – “damn, I wish I was like that!”

Today, we’re going to talk about how you can do the same thing, and create a level of attraction that has readers pouring in wishing they could be like you. Here’s how:

1. Pull Out Some Attractive Things in Your Life

We all have something neat, cool, or attractive in our lives. For John Chow, it was pictures of cars and houses. For Shoemoney, it was an AdWords check. For Frank Kern, it’s the beach bum lifestyle.

The point is that it doesn’t matter what you don’t have, you need to find something cool for people to associate with you. Find a symbol of awesomeness, and share it with your readers. Make it a part of your image – this is very important.

2. Set Yourself up As an Authority

Nobody likes to listen to a joker, which is why you need to become an authority in your niche. Now, I’m not recommending that you pretend to be an authority, because people will see through that.

I’m suggesting you become an authority. Learn, study, and practice until you become a master of your niche. Then, when you’re ready, showcase your skills to the world.

Obviously this means when you’re new, it might take some time before you become profitable, and that’s OK. The average business takes 2-3 years to become successful, and if you aren’t ready for that grind, then you probably shouldn’t be in business anyway.

3. Don’t Be Neutral When You Talk

It doesn’t matter what side you’re on, but you need to pick one and embrace it. Being neutral is boring, and nobody likes to read boring blogs. It’s OK to be wrong from time to time, that’s how people learn, but being boring is a recipe for doom.

The point is that you shouldn’t say anything unless you can improve the silence. If you’re not sure whether you should be writing something, then you probably shouldn’t be writing it. Write with your heart, and the rest will follow.

4. Take Strong Stand and Don’t Be Afraid to be Controversial

If you aren’t pissing someone off, then you aren’t doing it right. Try to find one successful person that isn’t polarizing. Steve Jobs is a great example – to his dying day he was loved and hated by many. There were very few that stood in the middle.

5 Best MyThemeShop Themes – WordPress Premiums Themes

Thousands of WordPress themes are accessible online. The best one must be selected to improve the traffic and revenue of the website. The first step to having a personalized blog site is to identify the right WordPress theme. This article focuses on the five peak rated MyThemeShop Themes.

1. Authority

This the primary theme which is required to make an impression and belief about your blog in the visitor’s mind. On a scale of 5, this one has got a rating of 4.9. Mathew Woodward blog touched a six digit income, and this item was made subsequently after that success. This one to be created by a professional designer would require a minimum amount of $2000.

This theme supports many languages; it is SEO optimized and extremely responsive.

2. Schema

Regarding the speed, schema dominates the highest speed WordPress theme. All the features offered by the MyThemeShop is included in the schema. It is considered as the premium one across the globe. Your site ranking goes to the top with the schema theme.

This completely responsive theme is SEO compatible and loads very fast. The review system is built in, has a powerful options panel and ready HTML5 and CSS3.

3. Sensational

Even a usual blog will become an eye-catching one by using the interesting theme. This item lets you select the layout color and style of your choice. You can decide the look of your site for your view and the visitor’s view. The interesting theme is the best theme for beginners.

The features of this theme include various layouts, options panel user-friendly, the design is responsive, color schemes are extensive, indefinite backgrounds, and standard widget. This theme is optimized for ad-sense, has a conventional dashboard design with view demo and download options.

4. Point Pro

Professional bloggers prefer Point Pro theme. The responsive design is contemporary with different headings like titles etc. This item lets you fight with the pros of the blogging world.

This theme as drag and drop sections, slider section, gallery section, blog feed section, WOO commerce section, and it is compatible with all devices.

5. Best

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