77 Impressive Business WordPress Themes

On August 18th, 2011, wrote:

An ever-expanding set of WordPress themes also guarantees that you look the part. If you’ll notice from the last few weeks, we’ve been creating lists of WordPress themes that we hope will reflect your business identity as well as complement your branding strategy. Today? We bring you another list: this time, it’s a set of 77 Business WordPress themes. We think they’re all awesome. If you have a favorite, let us know by leaving your comment below. We hope you’ll also share the list to others by tweeting the list and posting it on Facebook. RT-Theme 17 WordPress Theme $50.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Inspired WordPress Theme $40.00  |  Demo  |  Buy MetroStyle WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Expo18 WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Nevada WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Rework WordPress Theme $45.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Xing WordPress Theme $55.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Rover WordPress Theme $60.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Powerful WordPress Theme $30.00  |  Demo  |  Buy WordPress – Read the full article

5 Most Common Mistakes Made By SEO Beginners

On August 16th, 2011, wrote:

Search engine optimization is considered both an art and a science. You can learn it and fine-tune your processes to allow for your own set of SEO best practices. But as a beginner in SEO, you should expect to make a lot of mistakes. But that’s okay: it’s a good way for you to learn. However, you could also learn from the mistakes of others.  Here are the top five mistakes that most SEO beginners commit: 1. Not focusing on content. Most site owners and webmasters tend to rely on tricks and so-called SEO techniques to get a better ranking on search engines. Because of that, they neglect the content of the site. This is probably the biggest mistake that anybody doing SEO could commit. Over the years, webmasters have gained artificially high ranking from getting links from link farms, or getting reciprocal links, or spamming DMOZ. There were other black hat and grey hat techniques. But over time, these tactics were found out – Read the full article

34 WordPress Themes for Restaurants, Bars and Cafes

On July 29th, 2011, wrote:

Delicious. That’s one word to describe this list of WordPress themes for restaurants. And that one word is all we need. If you’re a restaurant owner, hotel manager, food and beverage professional, master chef, Internet marketer, or Web designer looking to establish your presence online, please do spend some time checking out the latest addition to our lists of WordPress themes. Because this one’s for you. Looking to attract more guests, customers, patrons, fans, and followers by way of a mouth-watering website? Excited to showcase your delightful menu of specialties, best-sellers, and packages to the rest of the world? Ready to win over people with a well-designed restaurant WordPress theme that reflects your establishment’s identity and culinary style? Just scroll down to check out the list. Well, hopefully, with this list, you’ll find a WordPress theme that’s suitable for you. If you have a favorite, do let us know by leaving your comment below. And be sure to share the – Read the full article

47 WordPress Themes for Graphic Designers & Artists

On July 21st, 2011, wrote:

Artists, graphic designers, and photographers are taking their work to the Web. But what’s the most suitable (read: eye-popping) way to do so? If you ask us, the recommended platform would be WordPress. Just check out the features. There are just so many things you can do with the CMS (content management system) that will help you express yourself beyond words and effectively capture the attention of your audience, clients, fans, and followers. It’s in this light that we present to you once again a list of 47 awesome WordPress themes – this time, for visual artists, designers, and photographers. Hopefully, this will give you the edge you need to stand out from the rest of the pack. And, hopefully, this will deliver the stunning looks that you need to embody your work portfolio. Do you have a favorite WordPress theme that we missed? Let us know in the comments, Enjoy! Nimble WordPress Theme $50.00  |  Demo  |  Buy Paula WordPress Theme – Read the full article

Make Your WordPress Sidebar Work For You

On July 18th, 2011, wrote:

The WordPress sidebar is a helpful tool that gives site owners a chance to engage readers, direct them to content and other pages, and read prior entries. With an extensive sidebar widget system, there are lots of great options for blog owners who are looking to take their design — and their readership to the next level. Subscription Options Offered as an optional plugin for the standard WordPress installation, the Subscription Options widget allows your readers to subscribe to your site’s blog entry or comments RSS feed. That means they’ll always have your freshest entries in their RSS reader of choice, and they’ll be alerted to new content. It’s a great way to keep people coming back again and again every time you post new content to your blog or other website. Users can also use this handy widget to subscribe to email updates, like a digest of your site’s weekly entries, as well as post your entries to Twitter – Read the full article

40 Fantastic Premium WordPress Themes

On July 15th, 2011, wrote:

Because our WordPress themes posts have been so popular, we’re bringing you yet another one. This latest list features 40 premium WordPress themes that are suitable for all business, regardless of size and industry. By “premium”, of course, we mean they’re certainly worth paying for. Of course, by choosing WordPress (our favorite CMS here at Lakeshore Branding), you already know you’re getting an awesome set of features. Whatever your goals are, you can leverage the platform to enhance cost-effectiveness, simplify your Web design, add customizations, and improve your social media and search ranking performance. A suitable theme completes the look – and gives you the competitive edge that you need to stand out in your industry. Think this list is awesome? Share it by tweeting, posting it on Facebook, bookmarking, commenting, or adding on to the list! If you have a favorite premium WordPress theme that we missed out on, please be sure to let us know and leave a – Read the full article

60 Blog-Friendly Magazine WordPress Themes

On July 8th, 2011, wrote:

Blogs are here to stay. (Call them “online magazines” if you’re not used to the portmanteau.) But gone are the days when you just signed up, went for the simplest blog theme or layout, added some cute Dear Diary posts, and suddenly had everyone finding you. These days, you’ve got to stand out. And standing out takes more than signing up for an account in your favorite blogging platform. (Our favorite, of course, is WordPress.) Go for something that will differentiate you – and which will also reflect your identity well. That’s why we came up with this list: to help you find the appropriate look of your WordPress blog, whether it’s a simple company news blog, a photo blog, an online magazine, a video blog, a friendly community for your fans and followers, a social media hub, or a tumblog. If you like this list of online magazine / blog-friendly WordPress themes, share the love by tweeting it, posting – Read the full article

24-Second SEO Tips: Change Your Title Tags in Blogger, WordPress, & Tumblr

On May 18th, 2011, wrote:

Do you know that it takes just 24 seconds to improve your SEO ranking performance? Well, not really. We made that number up because the number catches attention. But catch your attention we certainly hope we did, because this SEO tip we’re about to give you can definitely go a long way in getting you more – and more relevant – search engine traffic. And yeah, they might take about 24 seconds or less to complete. What are title tags? To put it simply, title tags are the document titles required in all HTML/ XHTML documents. The term “documents” includes your website or blog. Ideally, your title tags will be used to help identify the contents of the pages of your website or blog. The HTML code that defines the title of your HTML documents follows a certain format. Let’s take the Lakeshore Branding blog – http://www.lakeshorebranding.com/company/blog – as an example. <head> <title>Chicago Marketing Blog | Internet Marketng | SEO – Read the full article