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Blog Design Templates – 3 Tips To Get The Right Option

Posted on December 01, 2012 by Blog Design Journal

Recently, while looking at blog design templates, I ran into a problem. The company (which will remain nameless) was offering a low cost theme that can be customized in a variety of different ways. I took that as a sign for a proper blog to be updated and established, but when it came down to actually implementing it, I found it quite daunting of a task. With no recourse, I battled with the company on twitter until they gave me a refund of my purchase. Their policy was to never give refunds, but I continually told them that they were a lousy company with terrible support, and after a lot of pushing, I was able to get my money back. That prompted me to think a little, and I want to make sure it doesn’t happen anyone else. Consider the following tips when looking at templates.

Premium Contents – The first thing to look into is the cost of the premium contents that are promised. The promised files should be fully integrated, easy to install and offer the end user support. If the end user is a novice, and there is no support at all, then it’s important to pass on the idea. It’s very important to look into the contents folder before you purchase anything, just in case there is something wrong in the near future.

Free Designs – The second thing to look out for is the fact that free designs sometimes come with catches. There are a lot of catches in the design world, and many of them are with the code structure. Some programmers are savvy and put some files in a protected status, and don’t let editors change certain aspects. Whether it’s a hidden footer with a backlink, or it’s something as easy as an additional line of code to give added SEO to the creator, it’s always a good idea to look into the code  before implementing.

Custom Blog Design Templates – The final thing to look for is custom options. Many design firms offer custom templates at a fraction of the cost of many others. If you’re serious about writing, blogging, and creating content, make sure you look into this option as a form of creating a long standing web identity.

The above are 3 tips that will help generate proper blog design templates for any major need. Whether you’re a novice or a veteran of web content, you’ll find the tips to be quite valuable to say the least.

Original Author: Jared Ingram Full Bio
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