Here’s a little advice, “Don’t buy the StudioPress Pro Pack for Genesis Framework!” You’ll regret it if you do, and I’ll be able to say, “I told You so!”
Before I go too far, you should know I bought the Studio Press Pro Pack for Genesis Framework. The package gives you access to lifetime updates and almost unlimited use of over 40 originally designed WordPress Child Themes, and the Genesis Framework.
StudioPress Pro Pack Child Themes
That’s why my blog is changing every month. The good news is that the Genesis Framework keeps the foundation of my blog, exactly the same. Search engines only see a few surface changes, so you keep your great ranking.
Sometimes I will revert to the previous StudioPress Child Theme, although the “Stretch Child Theme” is a super design! I think I’ll stick with this, at least for a while. Changing back is as simple as clicking a button.
Other purchase options exist, besides the StudioPress Pro Package. Customers are able to purchase the Genesis Framework and the Child Theme of their choice, but if you’re like me, you’ll bet getting the Studio Press Pro Pack. Just remember, you have been warned!
The StudioPress Pro Pack doesn’t include ScribeSEO, but this is the best SEO tool I have ever used. ScribeSEO reports a quality percentage in your dashboard telling you if your post is search engine and reader friendly.
StudioPress Pro Package is perfect for web designers and marketing agencies who do websites and blogs. That’s because the templates are all unique while intermediate and advanced users find making modifications extremely easy.
Take a look at the StudioPress Pro Package to find the design that is right for you, you’ll be happy you did.
I admit, I would buy the StudioPress Pro Pack all over again. They have awesome Child Themes, Plugins and add ons. If you aren’t using StudioPress you should. People like Chris Brogan, Shawn Collins and The Affiliate Summit Website now run on the Genesis Framework with StudioPress Child Themes. You’ll love them.