Although I’ve used Thesis on this blog for a few years now, I’ve been experimenting with different themes on other WordPress sites I run.
So when I began to create PaidOnTime.net with my friend and business partner Ken Gary, I began to look around at other options.
I knew I wanted the site to have a “slider” at the top so I could quickly convey the main selling points. And I also wanted the site to have a clean, professional look.
Finally, I settled on Woo Themes. I actually joined their WordPress Developer Club so I could try out any of the 90+ themes they have, and I settled on the Biznizz theme for Paid On Time.
As I’ve learned more about the Woo Themes framework and functionality, I’ve begun to like them even more.
For instance, because of how they’ve built their themes, it’s very easy to add slick-looking buttons and quote boxes to your site. You can add them to any page or post using “short codes” from a drop-down menu.
You can see an example of how the short codes work on the PaidOnTime.net sales page. All the call-outs and the order button at the bottom were inserted using the Woo Themes short codes.
The reason I mention this at this particular point in time is because Woo Themes is running a special Easter sale.
Right now, you can get 5 themes for the price of 1, which is a pretty good deal. That’s 5 WordPress themes for $70.
And if you prefer to join their Theme Club and get access to all 90 themes, you can get 20% off the initial fee.
Woo Themes doesn’t run sales that often — only a few times each year. I know that because I was trying to find a sale when I signed up. So if you’re interested, you can check out Woo Themes here…
-Ryan M. Healy
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