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Know Things to Consider when Pick a Blog Theme

Blogging programming, for example, WordPress make utilization of “topics” – truth be told, it is WordPress that has made such a huge market with a substantial interest for WordPress subjects. This is valid for WordPress as well as for other blogging stages – both facilitated like Blogger and independent like Movable Type. When you get such a blogging stage introduced or on account of blogger, you agree to accept a blog, you will see that there are various different topics accessible and in addition various modules or gadgets that can help change the general capacity of the site. So how would you pick a blog topic?

There are various things that you have to consider while picking a blog – these “things” are as per the following:

  • SEO – Search Engine Optimisation. You should make sure that your theme is SEO’d well – in terms of ability to add tags, accept trackbacks, include various incoming and outgoing links, include SEO plugins, include ad plugins such as for Google Adsense, has RSS Feeds. There are a number of free and paid SEO focused themes available.
  • SEO – Blogger. When using Blogger, you should change the HTML to change the default ‘nofollow’ added to comments. ForWordPress, comments are ‘dofollow’.
  • Design Customisation. Make sure that the theme you are considering has options that allow you to change the overall design – as far as color schemes and usage of own graphics like logos is concerned.
  • Columns. Make sure that you wisely select the number of columns for your blog – once selected, it is difficult for a person to change such columns. There are 1, 2 or 3 column options. Look at the previews.
  • Customisation – Blogger vs. WordPress. Blogger is much more easier to customize and more flexible as well as easy to maintain since it is a hosted platform – but offers fewer options. WordPress on the other hand is a bit more difficult to customize as it requires some HTML/CSS knowledge and know how although it has a large number of options and plugins.
  • Monetisation – Blogger vs. WordPress. Blogger is easier to monetize – but you may find yourself limited to Google AdSense and the like. WordPress on the other hand is harder to configure for monetization but you have complete flexibility.