Since we our first post on the best wordpress themes for business, there has been an update to WordPress, Google and to the quality of themes available to businesses who want to use WordPress as a CMS system for their business.
If you are using WordPress for your business, it should at least have the following, which we have outlined before.
- Menu bar across the top.
- Two Column Layout
- Space for your logo in the top left hand corner.
- Background colour of the body is white.
- Stretchable side areas (outside of the body)
- CSS menu (not images)
Also there are a few more factors that need to be taken into account;
Decide what your brand is; choose a flexible template
Have a look around at your competitors and see how they are producing their website. Make sure you have a template that is flexible enough to be customised and changed to suit your brand. We don’t want to see an infinate number of customisable options, like in atuhalpa, but you do need to be able to change the background, change the colours and easily add a logo.
Your website should breath. Too much clutter and you will scare away and confuse your visitors. Every element in your wordpress website should be given breathing space. It should also mean that when you add a widget to the sidebar, whether it is an image or text, it should not destroy the flow of the template.
Based on these recomendations, the latest best FREE wordpress themes for business are;
|– Light Word|
Based on the recommendations above, the best places to get paid wordpress themes for business is
Woo Themes and Theme Forest. They have some really great themes available the are perfect for almost any business. Below are some of the themes we recommend.
|Inspire by WooThemes|
|Delegate by WooThemes|