ThemesKingdom—premium WordPress themes

Like a lot of people, I’m time poor. I no longer have the time to design and develop a custom website as well as creating the content required to keep the site alive. Once I decided to go with WordPress again—I’ve tried quite a few different content management systems (CMS) in my time—I knew I was going to need a mobile friendly and easily customisable theme.

Once I discovered ThemesKingdom, I knew I’d found what I needed.

Before I go any further, I will let you know that the links in this article are my affiliate links. I’ll also let you know though, that I stand by everything I say in this article. I should, this website’s theme is one of the themes available at ThemesKingdom.

One of the things I like the most about ThemesKingdom is their theme variety. They have themes that cater to Blogs—just like this website—as well as business sites, portfolios and stores. I’ve now had experience with their Blog themes and portfolio themes—I have used a portfolio theme for a local tattoo studio called Olsen Tattoo.

Don’t judge their versatility on just my use of their themes though. Take a look at some of their preview sites. They’re all demoable—that’s a great word. If you don’t want to take each demo for a test run, here’s a few screenshot examples.

They’re all beautifully designed themes. That’s one of the things I like the most. There are themes that look like they’ve been developed by developers and there are themes that look like they’ve been developed by designers. I prefer the latter and ThemesKingdom delivers just that.

Having said that, my experience with these themes has been great in regards to the development standards of each theme. There are great resources to help you upload, activate and customise each theme. ThemesKingdom also has a great Blog of their own to help you grow your website once you’ve got it up and running.

Most importantly, their pricing is on point—is that how the cool kids say it?

You can either purchase the single theme you require for one year—that’s the cheapest option—or you can buy a theme with an annual license. You also have the same single/lifetime options for all themes at ThemesKingdom.

I went for the lifetime, all themes option.

All themes can be used for personal or commercial websites and if you’re an agency, you can provide these themes to your own clients.

If this website goes through another design change—something I’ve done every other year it seems—it will probably be for another ThemesKingdom theme. Perhaps you’ll choose a similar theme, customise it’s fonts, colours, images, layout and call it your own.

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