WPZOOM has a great set of themes for business, glog, magazine, portfolio and other website. No you can get 50% off all their themes. This offer will expire soon, so make sure you don’t miss it!
WPZOOM, similar to Graph Paper Press, offer around 50 themes. The difference lies in the quality and pricing, mainly, but also in the fact that WPZOOM have a dedicated tool, named the ZOOM Builder, which makes building a website an intuitive process and is fully integrated with WordPress.
WPZOOM’s themes aren’t as clean-cut as Graph Paper Press’ offerings; they are a little busier and not quite as nice to look at. That doesn’t mean they aren’t good, it just means they aren’t really marketing towards ultra-creative minds who want to create freelance portfolios.
They seem to be leaning more towards the magazine and newspaper side of things, like Gabthemes. The difference is WPZOOM do it much better. From your basic newspaper sites like Tribune 3.0, to the very professional Academica Pro, there is a choice. Academica would be a great basis for any college site since it has the right levels of modernity and class. WPZOOM have a much better range of options than Mint Themes and Gabthemes, but they certainly aren’t as good quality as GavickPro, Tesla Themes or WooThemes – not by a long shot.
The prices aren’t so great either. The basic package is $79 for two themes and tech support. This quickly escalates to a whopping $199 + $19 per month for all of the themes. The pricing here seems to scale a bit more reasonably than other sites, which tend to offer one theme at $10 less than every theme in their library. Nonetheless, it is expensive; not as expensive as Graph Paper Press, though.
The ZOOM Builder looks to be a good incentive to get your themes from WPZOOM. It is a newly released plugin and is basically a drop-and-drop layout builder which you can use without knowing a single line of any kind of code. This will definitely be appealing to novices, who would dream of using a drag-and-drop interface, but it might seem a little oversimplified for the true experts who would most likely want to struggle through the coding themselves in order to make sure everything works perfectly. It includes 10 default layouts which you can tweak until you’re sick of them or come up with something brilliant by accident. These layouts include designs like landing page, business and magazine. Any kind of website you could think to build, the ZOOM Builder probably knows a bit about it. The ZOOM Builder isn’t just something they throw in with every purchase though; it ranges between $59 and $199, depending on how many features you want.
Even though some of the themes look a little outdated (Photoframe looks like a default Tumblr theme), there is a lot of variety here. They even offer 4 free templates, which, in my opinion look a whole lot better than their premium ones. Maybe we’re just on different wavelengths when it comes to what an appealing looking site looks like.