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Why it is important to carefully choose a theme on WordPress

Why it is important to carefully choose a theme on WordPress

By daniele

When it comes to opening a blog on WordPress, many are worried about SEO or content. Maybe they start downloading plug-ins or enrolling in courses to improve their blogging skills not understanding that also the aesthetics of a blog is also important and that first everyone has to deal with the design of the website. Who can not rely on a developer must necessarily do it himself. Most new users on WordPress feel confused when it comes to selecting a theme for their site. There are thousands of free and paid options and each theme always seems to look better than the other. 

The question springs to mind: how can you choose the best WordPress theme?

WordPress is used to create all kinds of websites. That’s why each theme caters to a different market. You will therefore have to be careful to select well. The theme you choose should be well integrated with the contents of your website. For example, if you are starting a blog about political or social issues, then you should think about a topic that improves their readability. This is because you will probably have to write long and dense articles about a topic that is not exactly affordable and not for all in particular. Readability is therefore the key word. Many of the themes are customizable, which is important to stand out from competitors… but beware of tinkering too much. If  a theme doesn’t “set correctly”, they can make it difficult to edit or use other WordPress plugins.  On the other hand, some themes on the platform that really seem f-a-n-t-a-s-t-i-c can actually make your website incredibly slow. No one likes slow websites, especially search engines. Google, for example, ranks the fastest sites higher. It is therefore important to find the right balance to always offer the best user experience and the right management convenience.



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