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Thesis: The Best Professional WordPress Theme

If you are starting out professional blogging with a registered domain and hosting account, with a WordPress blog set up, then the next thing you need is a professional template. And Thesis WordPress theme from DIY Themes is the best and most popular WordPress theme out there [Look below to see professional bloggers talking].
The Thesis Theme from Chris Pearson and DIYthemes
There are many professional WordPress themes available, but none carries the benefits Thesis does.

With Thesis, search engine optimization is virtually non-existent. It has all the features and requirements of SEO pre-built in it. So, all you need to do is install this theme and customize it to your requirements.

Thesis is completely customizable. From Brian Clark's CopyBlogger to Chris Brogan's blog run on Thesis, and each of these blogs look distinctly different.

With Thesis, tweaking and fine-tuning each and every page of your website is pretty easy. Also, with its layout generator, you can test various different layouts, font choices, etc., without affecting the general look of the blog.

Besides the talented support staff of Thesis, you can get great tweaking and customization techniques from expert users of Thesis from the Thesis support forum.

Professional Bloggers About Thesis

In this section, let's look at professional bloggers, who don't talk about Thesis just in order to make some sales, but have actually used it for themselves.

1. Darren Rowse: For his new blog, Twitip, Darren Rowse, the owner of ProBlogger, chose Thesis theme. Here is what he says:
WP is generally pretty well optimized to start with but Thesis takes it a step further and gives you every chance of ranking well in Google.

2. Brian Clarke: For Copyblogger, the number one copywriting blog on the planet, Brian Clarke uses Thesis. Here is what he says:
Thesis is the search engine optimized WordPress theme of choice for serious online publishers. Its innovative options panel and incredible customizability make Thesis perfect for beginners and professionals alike.

3. Rae Hoffman: The author of says:
I was not given a "review copy" of Thesis. I bought the theme. I forget where I'd first heard about it, but I believe it was a tweet by copyblogger.

4. Rocky John Tayaban: The author of the WeblogZone says:
In my experience, I bought three Premium Wordpress Themes but ended up not using any of them. Instead, I found Thesis Premium Wordpress Theme designed by Chris Pearson and have used it ever since. After using it for quite awhile, I am most certainly satisfied with its positive impact on my blog.

These are only a few of the satisfied customers of Thesis theme. There are hundreds and hundreds more, and they are all ranking on the top of Google for their respective keywords, and earning money they hoped to earn online.

In order to get this great theme for your new site, and forget everything about SEO, please visit DIY Thesis.


  1. I do agree with them. Thesis theme is among the best. Comes with clean and full of SEO support.

  2. Thesis is the best. I have tried a few free and premium themes and Thesis still comes out on top.

    The things you can do and the time to do it still amazes me.

  3. Brian right, I am agree with him. I think the best sample for successful wordpress theme on support content is CopyBlogger blog.
    Thesis working awesome on Brian blog.


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