There’s a reason I promote premium WordPress themes a lot. One is that they make doing my job a lot better.
I was just promoting my friend Chris Garrett’s great ebook on guest posts. I’m an affiliate for it. So, I have a link that sends people to buy the product, and as a result, I get some money from the transaction. Only, I made a mistake. I had put in the wrong information for the affiliate code.
But here’s where it gets good.
Because I used the “redirect” feature in WordPress, things were really simple to fix. I just went in and fixed the problem with just one edit.
Now, this feature, redirects, is part of WordPress 3, so don’t let me give you the wrong idea. However, what makes a premium theme like Genesis (affiliate link) so worth it is that everything is clean and available and simple to fix.
I’m trying out more premium themes over 2011, but am so far pretty happy with the ones I’ve purchased and am using for various projects. Speaking of that, you’ll see a wild use of a new theme shortly in a subsequent post.
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