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October 10, 2018
How to Choose a WordPress Theme For Your Business

How to Choose a WordPress Theme For Your Business

You’re ready to build or update your startup’s website using WordPress. That’s an important first step to engage existing clients and to connect with new leads. A first-rate website is a critical component to the success of your small business. According to the Small Business Administration, small businesses with websites average $1.07 million more per year in sales than those without a web presence. On average, that’s 39 percent higher revenue than the alternative.

Now that you have decided to either relaunch your existing WordPress site or to build an entirely new one, you have to choose a theme. You may have searched through a few dozen to a couple of hundred WordPress themes, and all that you are is confused. Not to worry. Reference this guide to learn everything you need to know about choosing the right WordPress theme for your small business.

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December 22, 2017
Round-up: The Best WordPress Themes of 2017

Round-up: The Best WordPress Themes of 2017

There are millions of options available if you want to select a new WordPress theme for your organization’s website. Every year, designers create and release even more WordPress themes. Sorting through all of those WordPress themes is time consuming and aggravating, especially you’re unfamiliar with web design. Rather than spending hours looking for a needle in the haystack, check out our list of the best WordPress themes from 2017. Read More

December 1, 2016
5 Tips to Help You Select the Right WordPress Theme for Your Small Business

5 Tips to Help You Select the Right WordPress Theme for Your Small Business

You’ve decided it’s time to build or update your startup’s website using WordPress. That’s an important first step to engaging existing clients while connecting with new leads. Truly, there is nothing more important than having a top-notch website for your small business. In fact, the Small Business Administration found that small businesses with websites average $1.07 million more per year in sales than businesses without a web presence. On average, that’s 39 percent higher revenue than the alternative. Read More