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How to Customize Your Own Blogger Theme Like a Pro

NEW LAYOUT. Welcome aboard to a new Zuprome.com that works on both web and mobile!

Your blog reflects your personality. Finding a theme that will perfectly suit what you need and what you want on your blog is somewhat complicated and can sometimes be expensive.

If you're like me who wishes to spend the least amount of money, I wanted to find a free theme on the web that I can just use without extensive coding and give credits to the owner at the bottom of the page. If you haven't tried googling "free blogger theme" then it's the perfect time to start doing it.

It's already 2015 and Google recently added the mobile-friendliness as a factor in SEO. With this movement, our blogs should have a mobile counterpart. If you're asking me what will be the best step to preserve the image of your blog, a RESPONSIVE layout is now encouraged, especially that we're dealing with Blogger.

You can now try googling "free responsive blogger theme" and the search results will lead you to quality websites offering free and responsive themes. If you're an established blog who doesn't want to give credits to the creator, feel free to buy some of the themes for a certain amount. In the Philippines, the best way to do it is using Paypal or credit card.

You check at the bottom of this blog on its source and feel free to check out the free Blogger themes offered on the site. Don't plan to remove the credits at the bottom if you're getting it for free or else your blog will be redirected to the website.

Until our next blog post, amigo.

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