If you want people to take your website seriously, one of the most important things you will need to do is to pick the right theme. If you pick the wrong one, you are essentially overpaying for a theme that will do nothing except annoy your visitors and drive them away. Not to mention, you’ll have a very hard time trying to customize it.
But then here comes Theme Junkie, which makes choosing the right theme so easy. As of last count they have 52 different yet equally exceptional themes available, and you won’t have to wrack your brain deciding which one to pick. That’s because you can get all these themes only for $49.
Do the math, and you’ll figure out that it’s less than a dollar for each theme. Even if you only need one theme, the price tag isn’t all that bad when you consider that some theme providers charge $100 or more for a single theme.
But that’s not all you get for your money, which by the way, is the Standard Member fee. Aside from the 52 themes, you get a full year’s access to new themes, as well as the free updates to the themes you already have. You also get lifetime customer support, and you can use the themes practically forever, for as many websites as you want, and you can even remove the copyright links.
Or you can sign up for a Lifetime Membership, which also gives you the same benefits PLUS a lifetime access to all the new themes and all the updates for the current themes. It will only set you back $99.50. So if you plan on spending your foreseeable future online, this is the way to go. It’s the most popular option among the more than 15,700 customers Theme Junkie has. You also don’t have to worry about Theme Junkie disappearing—they’ve been in business since 2009!
Their most popular theme right now is the Daily theme, and version 3.0 has just been released. It offers wide and fully responsive layouts so they can accommodate smartphone and tablet users, full-width mega menus, 7 page layout options, 3 post listing styles (blog, grid, and magazine style), and new widgets for video and most viewed, recent, popular, and random posts with thumbnail.
The new themes include the Mystery newspaper style WordPress theme that incorporates Schema.Org markup for SEO, multiple post listings and page layouts, mega menus, unlimited accent colors, and built-in Facebook and Disqus comments.
There’s also the newly introduced FireUp WooCommerce theme which is responsive and very clean. The popular LayerSlider plugin is already included, and the theme is specifically designed to integrate with the WooCommerce plugin. It’s also easy to use widgets on the home page because of the drag and drop feature.
With Theme Junkie, you have 52 templates you can call your own, plus at least a dozen new ones coming out each year. Now that’s the range of options you need to boost your website’s success online—you can easily replace the theme just in case you picked the wrong one, and it won’t cost you anything.