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WordPress has year after year become more and more popular. There are many services and companies that offer premium support and services such as custom theme design, consulting and development. Premium WordPress themes have become a very good way for up and coming designers to provide services that they are passionate about. There are many theories as to what constitutes a premium WordPress them compared to a free theme. There is a lot of debate on this subject on the various blog forums on the internet.

What a premium theme would include would be; a high standard of graphic design and CSS design.

  • A structure that has functions that make it easy for the user to implement the theme to suit their needs. This could be being able to alter the header, colour scheme and changing the images and icons on the blog.
  • Instructions on how to use the theme, especially if it has multiple uses and customisation.
  • Premium themes are supported by the design team behind them. So if you purchase a premium them you should expect full support for it, for as long as you use it.
  • Cost. Premium themes can range anywhere between ten to five hundred dollars.

 In all honesty I am not saying that none of the above is present in a free theme. It is just more often than not they do not include the above. You have keep in mind that just because a designer is trying to sell you a theme that he or she tells you it is premium it does not mean to say it is. There is no official quality review in terms of WordPress themes.

  • Before you commit to purchase a theme there are some pints to factor in before you part with your hard-earned cash.
  • Ask about support, email the company or designer that has produced the theme and ask them if there is a support function.
  • See if you know of any other people who have purchased the theme. You could just do a search on Google and see what other peoples feedback is.
  • Read the terms and conditions before you buy. There may be restrictions on the theme in terms of licensing.

Some WordPress designers have support forums available for existing clients. Ask the company if they have a forum, and you will also be able to see if they are actively helping clients who have purchased their themes in the past. If they do then I would say that is a good thing that they put aside their time to help with any difficulties. You need to know if they are on top of support requests.

What you have to ask yourself is if a premium theme is necessary for your blog. If you are doing blogging for fun for friends and family then there will probably not be much point in spending money on a particular theme. However if you are a budding internet marketer, then having something exclusive may be of benefit to your business.

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