Free Magazine-Style Blog Themes – 5 Good Reasons to Try One

Free topics for blogging in the style of magazines can be the best after sliced bread. They’re as easy to maintain as blogs, but they don’t look boring.

Visitors to the website can see excerpts from several articles on your homepage. Miniature illustrations and a neat professional layout will make your website – and you – gorgeous.

Free topics for magazine-style blogs come in different sizes and designs. Here are five good reasons to try the theme in the magazine style on your website.

  1. Many magazine-style blog topics are free.

You don’t need to spend a dime to turn your blog into a great website. Most of the most popular topics for magazines are free.

For example, the Branford Magazine theme is free and works with WordPress blogs. You can download Branford Magazine and WordPress for free.

(The most popular hosting services even install WordPress for free.)

Mimbo is another free magazine-style theme for WordPress, and you can easily customize it. The impressive and unconventional layout looks very elegant.

Similarly, many popular Revolution themes are now free. They may not be as easy to set up as Branford Magazine and Mimbo, but they still offer an eye-catching layout with no cash investment.

Of course, you can pay a lot of money for the theme. Some of them cost hundreds of dollars and do not offer half the possibilities of free themes.

Compare it to free alternatives before you buy a magazine-style theme. You can find the best design without spending a dime.

  1. Your blog looks great.

Simple vanilla sites on WordPress today look amateurish. Content may still attract readers, but they are likely to be awakened elsewhere thanks to a spark of more refined design.

The themes in the style of the magazine are almost always impressive.

For example, the Branford Magazine theme is an elegant design with many options, and miniature images convey this “oh, glitters!” appeal of a professionally designed site.

  1. Magazine themes allow visitors to take a quick look at your site.

The appearance of the “magazine cover” and excerpts from various articles immediately creates a favorable impression on your site.

This is especially useful if your site is large. Websites containing up to 300 (or more) articles are based on magazine-style topics.

Free WordPress plugins improve navigation on these major sites. Blogging software simplifies the update, and the magazine format allows visitors to see everything new and interesting.

Some website owners find that visitors see twice as many pages when websites use a magazine-style theme.

  1. Magazine-style themes are easy to set up.

If you can upload files to your website, you can customize the magazine style theme to get a unique look. With your own header image, your own color scheme and your own homepage icons, your website will stand out.

Once you understand how a homepage layout works, using magazine themes is as easy as emails.

Hundreds of people have used “Sites That Are Growing Fast!,” My Free Branford Magazine Theme Guide, but even more people have successfully used magazine themes using only instructions on the websites of the creators of the themes.

(I wish I could say the same about MySpace. a year after I posted my page there, I still can’t figure out what it looks like!)

Once you’ve set up a magazine-style theme, it’s easy to maintain. The learning curve is short and – for most people – very gentle.

  1. Magazine-style themes save time.

Like most WordPress themes, magazine-style themes make it easy to update and maintain your site.

They automatically place your new articles in the right places on your homepage.

They automatically update your map of the site.

They automatically add your new articles to your site’s search function.

They automatically add your new articles to your site’s search function.

They automatically notify Google (and other search engines) when you add something new.

They automatically create RSS feeds for your readers and fans.

Visitors can easily post links to your articles on social bookmarking sites.

Magazine-style themes connect With your readers.

And so on.

In general, WordPress and magazine-style themes are a great combination for almost any website.

I learned about magazine-style topics while listening to James B. Allen’s Seminar on Seven Secrets. I’ve looked at all the magazine-style topics, including those that cost hundreds of dollars, and I liked the free themes the most.

I chose Branford Magazine, but a few other free themes, such as Mimbo and Revolution, look almost as attractive.

Branford Magazine has changed my way of doing business online and has also increased my income. I get more visitors and they stay to read more pages … Then buy something.

I replace most of my old HTML sites on WordPress and use magazine styles for almost any theme. This simple change has reduced the amount of time I spend online by about 2/3. Now updating my sites is not a chore.

For me, magazine-style themes played a big part in my success.

An added bonus was that when one of my children saw my first Branford Magazine website, she said, “Did you do that? One? But… It looks so professional…!

Yes, magazine-style themes can even impress your children.


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