Here is a special offer on WordPress themes you can’t beat - Woothemes is offering 5 for the price of 1 this Easter long weekend.

To make it even more generous - I’m selecting 6 themes for you to make your decision even easier. One of these a is a great free WordPress theme suited for any blogger

Woothemes could be one of the best WordPress theme clubs - or it could be a great bunch of committed WordPress designers. A professional team based in South Africa, I’ve been using their themes exclusively for about 2 years. I’m really fond of the WordPress magazine themes which are perfect for business blogging


If you’re looking to get started with WordPress and need some support to get started - get in contact. I can provide customer WordPress training and consultant services.


2 reasons to choose WooThemes

Extra Templates

WooThemes come with custom template pages for contact forms, archives and full-page width pages. Full-page width templates are great for custom squeeze pages or landing pages.


More theme options then you can handle

WooThemes come with the WooFramework and its own menu to full customise your WordPress theme. This includes options for SEO, fontfaces, page layout and custom menus.



Simplicity is also a relatively new business WordPress theme  - its got a lot of hidden extras - custom post types and added custom page templates.  Getting a new WordPress blog started with this is easy.




Delicious Magazine was a fav theme of mine when it came out earlier this year. The elements of WordPress, magazine and food come together in one great theme.



A staple business magazine theme - Biznizz has a style you’d expect. What makes this great is the addtional post types and template pages for additional content types - which could be used for product placement, new features or whatever. It also has a great slider.




This BoldNews magazine theme might look familiar - because I’m using this!



And lastly, a free theme bonus for you to download. Skeptical is a nice clean theme



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Damien Saunders
An experienced management consultant and business leader interested in digital transformation, product centred design and scaled agile. If I'm not writing about living with UCTD (an autoimmune disease), I'm probably listening to music, reading a book or learning more about wine.