$75 for a WordPress theme isn’t cheap. That’s like 128 rolls of double ply toilet paper, or even 1,071 paper clips.
Which is why many small business owners find themselves experimenting with free themes before they make the commitment to a premium, or paid, theme.
I’m not going to hold you down and shove a premium theme down your throat like it’s a giant calcium pill. Your business website can function with a free theme.
But eventually, you’ll outgrow your free theme and need something more powerful. Here are a few indications that you may have reached that breaking point.
Need More Features And Function
Need A Nerd In Shining Denim
If your theme breaks your website, you’re going to want technical support just an email or a phone call away. This is something a free theme just can’t offer.
As a business owner, is your website being broken for who knows how long, worth saving $75 to $100?
Need More Compatibility
Something as simple as updating WordPress may cause a breakdown of angry prom queen seeing a girl with the same dress magnitude. Trust me — it’s not a pretty sight.
And Now For My Dear Abby Moment
Don’t be that small business owner tolerating a terrible free theme just because you’re used to its companionship. Go to WooThemes or Elegant Themes today, and find a theme that’s going to treat you and your business the way it deserves to be treated.