The question is finding the top WordPress themes. This is quite simple. All you need to do is a Google lookup and you’ve got lots of choices out there ready for you to take a look at. Pick any free WordPress theme for your website, install it and you’re on your way to financial success.
The plus side of the dot ORG option is that you have total control. You can maintain your blog system yourself, back it up, download a copy for safekeeping and easily install any extras you want (plugins, themes etc) using FTP. You also benefit from it being called whatever you choose. You can migrate it from one host to another and keep the domain should the need arise.
From many other types of hosting accounts you can get a much broader range of support and services, but this is not the case with the cheapest web hosts offering the wordpress platform.
Affiliate products. It’s easy and free to sign up for affiliate programs related to your blog’s subject matter. Then all you do is display a small banner or text link to related products within the content of your blog. A variable percentage of people will click the link where they’re presented with a related offer. When someone purchases, you earn a commission of up to 75% through affiliate services like Clickbank.
When you are ready to start flexing your blogging muscles and really tweaking your theme to specifically fit your business or purpose, keep in mind that you can search Google and YouTube for text and video answers to most of your questions. So many people are blogging now that I have found literally all possible questions I have asked have already been answered by someone in either a support forum or a YouTube video. This in and of itself is reason enough to use a popular platform like WordPress. You’ll never be without support, and it’s free!
Vistaprint is a great site to design your business cards, brochures and invitations. It is quick, pretty cheap and easy to use. It also keeps a record of all your creations so you can quickly update or make changes and then get more printed!
You may not be very geeky, but you still like doing things yourself. Paid templates might be the way for you. They allow you plug-and-play capability (as long as you don’t mind most of your capture pages coming out looking identical), and you can make small changes yourself without having to learn much HTML. And they require only a small, one-time fee.
On the other hand, WordPress dot ORG is the preferred platform (of the two versions) of most internet professionals. But it takes some work to get set up and running.