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Importance of Themes in Blog's Success: DIY's Thesis Theme

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Thesis WordPress ThemeIf you have built a new WordPress blog and hosted it on your own domain, then definitely it means you want to succeed in blogging. But did you know how important search engine optimization is for the success of a blog. Let's say you promote a few affiliate programs or have Google Adsense ads on your site. Without enough visitors, these ads are of no use to you. The basic tactics of SEO include link building (off-page) and on page SEO. Here we have the only theme best optimized for on page SEO factors: The DIY Themes's Thesis (Edit: The low price is long gone!)

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Importance of On Page SEO

However important off page SEO is, on-page mistakes can invalidate all that. For instance, if you have a blog that has a great number of links, but its link structure, content optimization (H1 tags, bolding of important keywords, and more), are not good enough, however hard you try, you may not generate enough visitors.

On the other hand, if you have optimized your blog pretty well on site, search engines need only that to promote your blog.

I started my Blogspot blog with another person, who started his WordPress blog. When I crossed to PageRank 4 on my blog, this person got his PR5 with fewer links. Why? Because he had his on-page factors perfect. He had his code somewhat validated to XHTML norms, and had his titles and content well connected. The blog in question is Rob's Megaphone. You will see that it is PR5 now.

Rob has about 100 validation errors on his blog, which may be affecting his faster progress to PR6.

Another great example is the University of California website, which is right now PR10 at with about 2000 backlinks only, while with millions of links many sites do not go above PR6.

Thesis Theme and On Page SEO

This is a clear indication of the importance of on-page optimization factors. WordPress CMS and a great theme alone can help in high ranking. Here comes the importance of Themes's new WordPress theme, Thesis.

Thesis is a theme optimized for the perfect SEO, which means, you don't have to spend a lot on link building, hiring an SEO expert, going about hunting for DoFollow blogs, etc. Your site will rise in search results with far fewer links than any normal blog would require.

Bloggers That Use Thesis

This is exactly why many probloggers endorse this theme for their WordPress blogs. Examples:

Darren Rowse (Problogger):
Jason Preston:
CopyBlogger (Brian Clark, who is also the main promoter of Thesis): CopyBlogger

The Incredible Customization

Look at CopyBlogger blog, the premier blog on ad copywriting, it has the same design and links after changing to the Thesis theme. Such incredible is the customization ability of this theme.

Why You Need This Theme?

  • Thesis helps your pages get indexed far faster than any normal theme
  • Thesis is optimized completely for smooth search engine traffic
  • Thesis is optimized for loading far quicker than any normal theme
  • Thesis is customizable to the extreme
  • Thesis is promoted and used by all major professional bloggers

Purchase at 20 Per Cent Off (Only a day left)

Here you have the coupon code that you have to use to purchase Thesis at 20 per cent off for this black Friday sale:

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Remember: Only the first 150 purchasers get this benefit.
Here are the purchase benefits [Edit: The coupon is expired and there is no longer reduced price]:

Thesis Personal: $69.60
Thesis Developer: $131.20
Thesis Developer Upgrade: $61.60

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  1. I purchased the thesis theme this weekend. I put it on my running blog - < ahref="" title="Go the Distance - a running and training blog by Andrea Hill">>. I so enjoyed it that I'm now itching to put it on my more professional blog - I'm sure the transition will happen in the next few weeks, so far I'm very impressed!

  2. wow good to know that Andrea. Indeed it's a great theme.


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