WordPress is usually the number one choice for bloggers but also magazines, shops and other entrepreneurs are fond of it. After having the domain name and hosting, a theme is needed: should it be a free WordPress theme or a Premium one?
Are free WordPress themes any good?
Free themes are typically produced by independent developers and therefore have a limited or no support at all. WordPress and plugin updates might crash a site that has not been updated by its developer for a while. And, a responsive design is a basic requirement these days, since so many visit websites on their mobile phones. Also, customization might be time-consuming and therefore not economic: if the web designer takes an hour to change various visual aspects of the theme, you already spent as much as if you bought a theme that fits your needs better. Another thing is also, that your visitors identify your image with your website, and changing the entire design after a while might confuse them. There are free themes that can be used, for sure, and some high-end vendors also provide free themes with limited functions, but usually as a tempter for their premium offerings.
We at w3bd3sign.com don’t usually recommend free themes, but understand if someone wants a really simple and inexpensive web site. In this case we will find the best free theme suitable your needs.