I’ve been blogging for over five years now, and have learnt a great deal in the process. One of the biggest lessons I learnt is that writing great content is not enough to rank well in the search engine results pages. That is the biggest goal for any blogger really, if people can’t find you through search engines, you’re not going to be effective in getting your message across and ultimately you won’t earn enough money to sustain your blog in the long run. In fact, several high profile WordPress blogs have gone the way of the dodo over the past five years.
There are countless reasons that WordPress is currently the most popular content management system. Using WordPress, you can easily, and within minutes, set up a sharp-looking and fully hosted website from its collection of templates: a happier option compared to creating your own site from the ground using coding and self-hosting.
Does replacing current website with WordPress means losing all the energy, time and money spent on it? Nope! You started your website on a platform that was popular in early days. But now that you’ve realized after using it for a while that it is no longer do what you need it. It’s high time you should move your website to the next level i.e. WordPress. Smart choice!
Scalia is a new best selling multi-concept WordPress theme on themeforest, which comes bundled with five unique design templates for making websites of any purpose: corporate, blogs, eCommerce, niche, portfolio, news. Well, there are so many great multi-puprose themes on the market, so the big question is: what makes Scalia different?
When you are looking for a multipurpose WordPress theme that will best serve your needs, you are quite naturally going to be checking out such features as responsiveness, ease of customization, SEO, optimization, and others, with fast page loading being one of the most important of all. Fast page loading, coupled with ease of customization, are significant website development time savers. Not to be overlooked however, is the importance of having a pre-made, easily customizable, layout at your fingertips.
If you look through the history of website management tradition, you’ll definitely find something consonant with classics and modernity. More than a decade, the vast majority of content management systems have been breaking the new ground of transparent and multifunctional website creation. It was like a transition from static HTML website to the contemporary CMS software.