Semiologic free and pro

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I've seen a lot of recommendations and praise for the semiologic wordpress theme and have been considering using it for a bunch of new sites but what's the difference between the free and pro versions?

I can't find any sort of comparison sheet or anything like that, it seems that the only differences are support and visitor tracking.

Can anyone tell me what the real differences are between the free and pro?

Also, if you know of any other great wordpress themes that are designed specifically for search engine optimization, please let me know.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tetling
    Can anyone help me out here?

    Just trying to find out if it's really worth the price tag for the pro version?

  • Profile picture of the author Mike Montgomery
    Well I don't think they are supporting the free
    version anymore and with the latest WP updates
    it probably doesn't work at all but don't quite me
    on that.

    But as far as the pro version. It has a ton of great
    plugins that the free version didn't have.

    Many of them are from the creator (Denis) and many
    of them are great plugins from around the web.

    You can also customize the templates without much

    It just makes changing things on your blog very easy.

    just my opinon.

  • Profile picture of the author monyo
    I am using the free version on one of my blogs. I am looking into the paid version because of all the updated plugins. There is another blog platform out there that may be similar...I think it is i360. Not sure though as it has been some time since I looked at it.



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