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WordPress vs Ghost vs Medium? There are numerous blogging tools out there, of which WordPress, Ghost and Medium are the most popular ones. Anyone looking to start a new blog can be spoiled for choice here: which one is the better option, after all?
Simply put, all three of these options – WordPress, Ghost, and Medium – have pros and cons of their own. Neither of them is perfect, but each can serve a definite purpose, and depending on the nature of the goal that your blog has, you can pick the one that is ideal for you.
In this post I will be looking at the best WordPress themes for personal branding.
Whether you are a multi-national company, local estate agent, or affiliate marketer it is a good idea to set up your website in a way that helps you to become recognizable by your brand image. As explained in the book “Build a Brand in 30 Days” the majority of brands are not large, and attract just small number of loyal customers. Of course every brand wants to be a worldwide success, but this is not how most start.
When you find a WordPress theme that’s perfect for your website, with a design you.. mostly love, it might be time to take matters into your hands. But if you’re not confident enough to change the design of a WordPress theme by yourself, rest assured you’ve come to the right place.
In this post we will cover the 5 main ways of changing the design of a WordPress theme, starting out with the very simple, and ending up with intermediate solutions.
Today, when users decide to start a web project, they have a variety of options to choose from. Some are intended for more experienced web designers who know how to code. Some others are best suited for beginners who are only taking their first steps in web design. However, there is such a popular CMS as WordPress, which can be used equally well by the users of all skill levels.
Before we begin an in-depth discussion of themes, I want to say that I like to think of themes as the presentation of your site. That is, your site or your blog is nothing more than posts, pages, categories, and other things, all of which are stored in a database.
Sure, you can render them in the browser without any styling whatsoever, but if you have a brand or a look and feel that you're aiming to achieve, not having a theme is not going to communicate any of that to your visitors and/or your readers.