So an annoyance and a likely by product of SEO is the lack of quality articles and reviews on topics these days. I expected that it would be annoying to search out a possible new theme for one of my sites but I what I found in the search results was a heap of … shit. Like total crap that served as self promoting noise dressed up as useful reviews.
I Googled “SEO Agency WordPress themes” The top 10 results all pretty much sucked, they lacked any real effort in delivering what they claim to offer. Lets look at the top result…and how bad it reviews what it claims to review.
If you aren’t looking for a full width theme with words serving as a navigation bar at the top of the page and a logo in the upper righthand corner you’ll be pretty disappointed by this review from athemes.com. They drop the ball totally in providing you with diverse options and meaningful comparisons.
Even the plugins they use are pretty much the same. A theme having 55 icons isn’t of value, I can add icons all day long. A one click installer is … essentially the way any theme is installed. One click so why is that a point to note of one theme over another? The ability to put demo content into your site is stupid, let’s just call it duplicate filler content that has no relevance to your business. That isn’t a feature.
I dislike Visual Composer, and I consider WP Bakery to be the same product cause it is…even their creator has an article titled Visual Composer = WPBakery. If we discard every theme that uses that builder in this review we are left with only one theme that notes a different builder.
What could have been different? A theme that included a collapsible fly-out menu? Maybe a menu that was full width and tiles? Why the site’s logo has to sit in the upper righthand corner in every theme is anyone’s guess.
So SEOs take some time to compare diverse products and recognize a theme’s feature should be unique to only that theme, not all of WordPress.
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