Premium themes are almost always worth the money. I know, why pay for something when you can get a perfectly good theme for free? Premium themes offer more than just a pretty background. You also get developer support, the ease of use and even more ability to customize. When choosing a premium WordPress theme, here are some things to keep in mind.
The type of site you need. Each business has it’s own specific needs in regards to it’s website, and thinking a one size fits all theme will automatically work can be a huge mistake. An e-commerce type business should pick a theme that will emphasize it’s products for example. A corporate website should convey professionalism and trust. In addition, the colors should fit the mood of your site. For example, a kids related site should use lively, upbeat colors; just as a business-like website should avoid those colors.
How much customization you need. A good theme should allow you to customize it as much as you need. This is not to say everyone will need the same level of customization. That is why certain themes work better for some, while other themes will work better for others. Look at the options for each theme you are considering and find out how much cusomization it will allow you.
The amount of feedback and customer support offered. Anyone can create a theme. Because of this, there are bound to be some that do not perfrom as you would like them. Luckily, most premium themes are accompanied with testimonials. Look at the reviews and feedback offered for the theme and the seller. Also, pay attention to the amount of customer support the seller offers. Will he or she offer assistance if you have a problem? Are they available via phone or email? What are the support hours like? These are important points to factor in when picking a theme and a developer.
Choosing a premium theme for your WordPress website has many advantages. Most premium themes bring with them unsurpassed beauty and customer support. However, it is imporant that you choose carefully and think about what you want for your site before spending money on a theme. Consider the type of site you are going for, how much customization you will need and the amount of customer support offered when picking your premium theme.