Genesis Enterprise Child Theme

Matt Sodoma’s rating: 10/10 (Recommended for any site)

All I really need to say is that the StudioPress Enterprise Child Theme offers a professional looking, easy to use, and search engine optimized theme.  What more can you ask for?

There are several child themes that are offered with the Genesis Framework.  I chose the Enterprise child theme simply because I liked the way it looked.  I currently run all three of my websites on the Enterprise Child Theme; check out my websites at, Just Starting – Matthew Sodoma, and Day to Day: Live Free.

I suppose you need to figure out what your website’s goals are.  If you website is extremely personal and you do not have any sort of monetization goals or customers, then you should design it yourself.  If you want to build a trustable website, that looks professional, and has good SEO rankings then the Enterprise child theme is for you.

The first thing that one of my friends said when I asked them to look at my website was “Geezus…that’s actually a legit looking website.”  The best part about it?  All I have really had to do is move around widgets, add links, and content with a little bit of php customization.

One of the nifty features of Genesis is that you do not need to worry about security as much.  They offer regular updates to the Genesis framework in order to keep your website secure.  Just another added benefit… I highly recommend the StudioPress Enterprise Child Theme to anyone that is starting a business, blog, or building a website.

Find out more about the Genesis Framework

Please see FAQs, resources, and tutorials about what the Genesis Framework and child themes can do at Genesis Framework

-      Matthew Sodoma



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