Before purchasing your next WordPress theme or signing up for the web design agency that’s going to put your business online, always ask about WordPress best practices.
Labeling a product as premium means that it is:
- of an unusual or high value
- has premium quality
Developers and designers put a lot of time in creating themes and you do get a product that has a good bangforthebuckness, but when it comes to the second presumption – premium WordPress theme equals premium quality product, then things don’t look so bangin’.
You take several ribs, maybe a chicken, some potatoes, a piece of pumpkin, add several exoticpices and you have it – a delicious dish called Cazuela.
Now, if this is not the recipe you have hoped for, let me give you a different one; for a premium WordPress theme, this time. And for Free.
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February, 3. Was a special and somewhat unusual day for all WordPress.com users, for they could read the following on the news page: “Stand out from the Crowd with a Premium Theme” Apparently, Automattic network and one of its brands – WordPress decided to offer premium WordPress themes to a community that got used to the…