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Cost to Make a Responsive Magazine Website with WordPress – Gridbox

Magazine Template – Gridbox by MyThemeShop

Startup cost to build your own Magazine website with Wordpress is less than $100.  I’ve listed the cost breakdown below.  Wordpress is a great way to create your website because it’s very easy to use, no programming knowledge is required, easy to upload pictures, easy to create new articles/posts, easy to customize your site and more.  Once you download, install and activate the Gridbox Wordpress Theme you will automatically have a News or Magazine Website. Gridbox is a tricolumn, grid-layout WordPress Magazine theme. With a splash of color, a sleek background, scrolling featured image, and the ability to customize the appearance.  Gridbox is the best choice for bloggers who want a fully functional theme with a beautiful design and some fancy effects.  Click here to see more features of GridBox.

Responsive Magazine Template – Gridbox

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Responsive Magazine Template – Gridbox
Features of Magazine Template – Gridbox

  • Responsive Design
  • Unlimited Backgrounds, add your own background
  • Scrolling featured image
  • SEO optimized
  • Tons of banner space to place ads
  • Tons of shortcodes
  • shortcode to add videos from vimeo and YouTube
  • Social Media Integrated
  • Lightbox
  • Related Posts
  • Translation Ready

Click here to see more features of Gridbox

Click here to demo Gridbox

Click here to download Gridbox

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Startup Cost to Create a Magazine Website

1.  $56 for Webhosting.   First step to create your own Magazine website is to purchase a domain name.  But these days you can purchase the domain name and web hosting together to save costs.  If you purchase web hosting from Fatcow.com, you get a free domain name, unlimited emails, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited MySQL databases and more.  Right now Fatcow has a 40% off sale, I would take advantage of this now.  Click here for more details about Fatcow.com.

2.  $0 for Wordpress.  WordPress is an open source and totally free.  Fatcow has one click installs for WordPress installations.

3.  $35 for WordPress Theme.    This is a one time fee to purchase Gridbox from MyThemeShop.  Once you purchase the theme, the theme totally belongs to you.  There are no membership fees, no hidden fees and no subscription fees.

4.  -$175 in Advertising Credits.  Fatcow understands it’s difficult to get your Magazine Website visible and helps you with advertising your website on respective search engines and social networking platforms.  So Fatcow gives you for free $100 in Google Adwords credits, $50 in Facebook Ad credits and $25 in Yahoo/Bing Adcenter credits.

In Total to make your Magazine Website will be:

  • Total cost = Webhosting + WordPress + Wordpress Theme = $91

But if you include the free advertising credits you get from Fatcow.com, your initial startup cost will be:

  • Startup cost = Total Cost + Advertising Credits = -$84

Basically you don’t pay any startup costs to create your own Magazine Website.

This is an amazing Wordpress Theme to create your own Magazine Website.  It has tons of features such as unlimited backgrounds, automatically adjusts width to viewing screen so perfect to view on iPads or smartphones, beautiful typography, lightbox, tons of short codes including to add links from video and YouTube and tons more features.  Play around with the theme and you will see that this theme is perfect to create your News or magazine website.

Click here for the recommended Fatcow Webhosting

Click here to see more features of Gridbox

Click here to demo Gridbox

Click here to download Gridbox

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Thanks,

Elaine

 Cost to Make a Responsive Magazine Website with Wordpress   Gridbox

Elaine

Elaine is the founder of CmsMind, an online blog providing Joomla and WordPress tutorials. Elaine lives in Toronto and when she is not online, she is either Marathon and Triathlon training or travelling and racing somewhere in the world. Find her also at: Save Money, Premium Themes and Templates, and at Webhosting Tips.

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