There are numerous Free themes available for WordPress, and some are pretty good, but you may be required to pay some amount of cash to make use of the best themes. Because of this, most WordPress users decide to go for pirated WordPress themes, a decision that doesn’t end well in the long run.
Recently, you launched your career as a web design freelancer. Everything seems fine till a potential customer contacts you on the phone for the first time. The conversation is going smoothly until they ask the question. “what’s your rate?”
WordPress is well known as a platform for blogging rather than a CMS. There is more to WordPress than just being a blogging platform. Now, how do you convince your client about the accessibility of the WordPress?
If you are reading, then you have already decided to be a part of the community of WordPress web development and design.
Wouldn’t it be nice if all you need to do was inform the world about your new business and then it became a reality?. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.