49 Drop-Dead Gorgeous Reasons You Should Run Your Website on WordPress (door Copyblogger)

Posted on 22 september 2011

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image of StudioPress logo

Yeah, you can pick up a theme to bolt onto your WordPress website just about anywhere these days.

But why would you go just about anywhere to find something that’s so vital to your work? This is 2011 after all.

Your website should be stunningly designed.

It should make performing the basics of good SEO very simple.

You shouldn’t have to worry about things like state-of-the-art security, hassles with manual updates, or wondering if the underlying code of the theme you’re using is silently undermining all your work.

Oh, and it’d be cool if all of the above was found in one place. In 49 unique variations to choose from. Right?

Well, check this out …

Our StudioPress team has done the heavy lifting for you when it comes to website design, search optimization, and security.

Between our in-house StudioPress themes and our newly-built, StudioPress-approved, Theme Marketplace, we’ve got 49 stunning WordPress themes for you to lay on top of our rock-solid Genesis Framework for WordPress.

And, as always, there’s more going on over there than I can keep up with.

I’ll write more later about all the powerful plugins, the free (and growing) graphics library, etc.

For now, check out these two hand-made theme designs from the StudioPress.com workbench:

Scribble down a little note, or much more

image of the Scribble theme for WordPress

Sometimes it’s personal.

Sometimes it’s business.

Either way, you need a place that’s yours to get it down.

Click here to straighten out your website with the Scribble theme.

Every company is a media company

image of the Magazine theme for WordPress

Small business or large, you’re in the game.

Suburban, exurban, urban, or rural, you’ve got the opportunity to speak to the world.

We talk a lot around here about content and media. Take a step toward dominating your industry with this killer 21st century printing press.

Click here to setup your publishing empire on the Magazine theme.

Meanwhile, over at the StudioPress Theme Marketplace …

We introduced the StudioPress Theme Marketplace to you last month, and have since doubled the number of approved third-party themes available.

Ummm, there’s going to be no stopping this little shop.

Below is just a taste of what’s going on (and what’s coming) over at the StudioPress Theme Marketplace

What will your grandchildren say?

image of the Legacy theme for WordPress

We often think about the Internet (and what we do with it) as ephemeral. What if you thought different?

You may not be writing War and Peace, but you definitely want your best stuff out there in the wild.

Click here to leave your mark with the Legacy theme.

Legacy was designed by Wes Straham.

Style is the answer to everything

image of the fashionista theme for WordPress

Come on, it’s time your content got the same treatment as those folks in the fashion industry.

You may not be in a professional makeup chair for three hours every morning, but your website can be in the equivalent. Ready for your closeup?

Click here to get your style on with the Fashionista theme.

Fashionista was designed by The Genesis Ninja.

56,459 people take WordPress further with StudioPress

OK, here’s the short version:

Our Genesis Framework from StudioPress empowers you to quickly and easily build incredible websites with WordPress.

With search-optimized code and functions, 49 turn-key designs, and unlimited support, updates, and websites you can build, Mashable calls Genesis the “best of the best” among premium WordPress themes.

56,459 online publishers trust Genesis to provide a solid foundation for their sites.

Whether you’re a novice or an advanced developer, Genesis provides you with the rock-solid infrastructure to take WordPress places you never thought it could go.

Get Genesis (and one, or all of the 49 themes) right here.

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