Custom Wordpress Themes For Only $49

Make Your Own Custom Wordpress Theme As Many TImes As You Want

When you first make the decision to blog, you will probably have a list of questions, one of which will inevitably be, which theme should I use. Should I buy a theme that's already made, use a free, readily available theme or try and make one yourself. If you use one that is already made two things could happen:

1) Someone else may have that theme already (unless you buy exclusive rights to that theme)


2) If you plan on having more than one blog, then buying a wordpress or blogger theme for each of them can begin to get expensive.

If you decide to get a free one, then it is almost certain that someone else has that theme and really, it is not likely that you will be able to find a free theme that looks very professional and expresses your personality at the same time.

Then you could of course create your own customizable theme which might at first sound daunting, especially if you don't know html, css, or any kind of coding languages whatsoever.

However, there is an alternative to those whose skills do not lie in this department. Artisteer is software that can create custom Wordpress, Joomla, or Blogger themes. This is software for the newbie and the layman. It makes it so easy to create a theme that is unique.

Here is the site that I designed using Artisteer.  I was able to make a blog exactly like I wanted and you would never know that I didn't have hardly any coding skills. Not only that, I can create as many websites I want for only $49 for the academic version or $129 for the standard version.

Another reason I find the blog theme making software useful is because it will give you design suggestions so you are not trying to figure out everything on your own. I've also found the forum to be very helpful.

The standard version of Artisteer comes with a lot of options like being able to export Joomla and Drupal as well as having more fonts and colors to design with. However, these features may not be worth the extra cost because, if you are a layman, then you probably won't know much about Joomla and Drupal anyway.

If you did decide to get one, you will save money in the long run because you don't ever have to worry about buying another wordpress or blogger theme every again.  I was sold on Artisteer after only a few days of using it during my free trial but at the same time, if you really want to make a living out of blogging, you might eventually want to learn how to do some coding of your own. But until then, Artisteer is a great choice for building custom Wordpress or Blogger themes.