Premium WordPress Themes: Woo Themes


Over the last couple of months I have been using Woo Themes to build blogs for some clients.

Unfortunately I cannot show you any as they are still under construction or the client doesn’t want anyone to know they have outsourced their blog building.

Specifically, I have been using WooTube, Daily Edition, Therapy and Canvas.

Learning and using a new theme takes a while but I just love how easy the Woo Themes have been to use.

With a click of a button your can change the layout, background, header, fonts, borders, colors, widgets, ads.

Plus it has its own inbuilt SEO functionality.

Plus the support from the owners is excellent.

I may not be doing the themes justice here but you can even take the themes for a test drive before you purchase to see for yourself how good and easy to use they are.

Why am I telling you this?

Because right now, you can get 5 Woo Themes for just $70.

Click here for all the details: Woo Themes


27 Responses to Premium WordPress Themes: Woo Themes

  1. Ryan Biddulph December 30, 2010 at 6:10 pm #

    Hi Andrew,

    I’ve heard quite a buzz surrounding Woo themes recently, your offer is definitely worth a second look.

    Thanks for sharing and have a Happy New Year 🙂


    • Rahul January 5, 2011 at 4:04 am #

      The Price is intriguing

  2. Patricia December 31, 2010 at 1:12 am #

    Hi Andrew

    I have been hearing a lot about Woo themes. Wondered how people were finding them. I’m sure your clients will be very happy with what you are doing for them.

    Happy New Year and all the best for 2011.

    Patricia Perth Australia

  3. Dennis Edell December 31, 2010 at 2:34 pm #

    This isn’t personal, but…

    I keep hearing how this theme and that theme has these awesome SEO functions.

    So far, no one has mentioned anything outside the realm of the popular free SEO plugins, yet they claim to be “all that” and used as a selling point.

    what’s up with that?

    • Andrew January 2, 2011 at 8:01 am #


      I think it is just used as a selling point and aimed at those who know little about SEO.


      • Dennis Edell January 2, 2011 at 8:42 pm #

        True. I call it riding the line, ethically speaking.

      • Andy January 5, 2011 at 7:50 am #

        Yeah, someone speaking out against the ‘SEO optimised themes’! Ok, I know you’re not really but at least you’re addressing something that many bloggers/promoters/etc don’t normally look at – it’s pretty easy to optimise any WordPress site. You just need to do a little reasearch. I can only guess that many newcomers are a little lazy or simply don’t want to learn how adding a few extra plugins can help optimise a blog for no cost (apart from the time you put in).

        • Andrew January 5, 2011 at 1:29 pm #


          I think a lot of newbie bloggers are totally unaware of what can be done via plugins etc.


  4. Moving to Atlanta January 2, 2011 at 4:22 am #

    These themes look sweet for sure.

    The papercut theme is really cool.

    Buuut, the though of changing themes is too much! I use Thesis.

    • Andrew January 2, 2011 at 8:02 am #


      Thesis is an excellent theme and if you are happy with it / using it…there is no need to change.


  5. Steve Roy January 2, 2011 at 1:37 pm #

    I have used Woo Themes in the past, “Busy Bee” and “Headlines” are my favorite. I have recently switched to a custom theme, but my experience with Woo was great.

    The back-end is one of the easiest to use so even newbies will be able to edit it.

    • Andrew January 3, 2011 at 4:20 pm #


      Thanks for sharing your experiences.


  6. Felicia January 6, 2011 at 5:56 am #

    Hi Andrew,
    Woo Themes is also a great option aside from Thesis. However, since most of the people I know use Thesis, I opt to use Thesis too.

  7. Atul January 6, 2011 at 3:22 pm #

    Woo Themes are good.
    Me too also using Woo’s DailyEdition on my blog.
    Prior to this, I tried many free themes But after that switched to Woo Themes.
    But I wud say this premium theme needs some customization also.

    You need to be a developer. Then only Woo comes as a good theme


    • Andrew January 6, 2011 at 3:41 pm #


      I think most themes need a developer for certain tasks.

      Many outsource such activities…to people like me!


  8. Kamil Ali January 12, 2011 at 7:22 pm #

    Thanks for sharing.

    I think the 5 theme for $70 offer is gone. Or it’s hidden somewhere in the site?

    • Andrew January 13, 2011 at 11:30 am #


      That offer is now over. You now get 3 for 1.


      • Rob McCance January 13, 2011 at 3:20 pm #


        I recently bought the $150 Developer Package which gave me four themes. I chose:

        Optimize, The Station, Boast, Paper Cut

        I started fooling around with Optimize recently and thus far it’s not too positive. It’s acting a little flakey with certain elements appearing sometimes, and not appearing at other times.

        Also, what it’s choosing to do automatically for my page titles is unacceptable. I can turn that off but then I have to go third part to get the control I’m used to (with Thesis).

        Lastly (so far), I don’t like the way every little element on a given page is a post. This is not SEO centric to just “publish a post called mini-feature-box-right” and it will show up in this little spot here.

        But I will keep playing with it. Try some of the other themes I received.

        Thesis is so darn solid from a SEO standpoint. Probably the smartest thing I could do is just get better at making Thesis look prettier.

        • Andrew January 13, 2011 at 6:49 pm #


          Sorry to hear your problems. Have you tried their support department?

          I did a couple of times and the response was fast and positive.


          • Rob McCance January 13, 2011 at 7:03 pm #


            If I was worried about it, I could read their support forums and maybe contact someone there. But at this point, I’m just playing around to see if I even like anything about these themes.

            Other than the flakeyness of that one theme’s feature area (which very well may be me doing something wrong), it’s more about fundamental methodology issues for me.

            For example, I would never want to publish a post on my site that was basically two lines of text and a button. Then categorize it as a “mini-feature” just so it would show up in a certain place on my front page.

            That’s certainly one way to get some text into a certain spot on a page, but to me it makes no design sense or SEO sense.

            So nothing to really complain about since I’m not required to use one of their themes, after all.

            Thanks though. Hope all is well over there.

          • Rob McCance January 13, 2011 at 7:05 pm #

            Going to move on and try The Station this evening.


          • Andrew January 15, 2011 at 8:10 am #


            Perhaps you want to spend your time learning more about Thesis.

            Moving to a new theme is a huge learning curve and sometimes not worth it.

            I do…but only for clients!

            All is well over here. Weather could be nicer but that’s the UK for you.


  9. Rob McCance January 15, 2011 at 1:43 pm #


    For sure.

    I can “learn” a new theme in like 30 minutes. However, moving a 130 page site from theme to theme is something you might want to undertake only once, if ever.

    Plus in Thesis I have custom SEO for every single page, including category pages. The thought of losing all that, or having it change, or having to manually redo it in some 3rd part plugin…..not happening.

    Plus I love thesis. It’s just so darn solid. Time to learn how to dress it up some.

    • Andrew January 16, 2011 at 6:07 pm #


      Sounds like a plan!


  10. Dr. Robert Doebler August 28, 2011 at 1:24 pm #

    I used the woo themes before and i was really happy with the theme design. Thanks for sharing. I’ll definitely get this offer.


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