WordPress themes can really make or break your wordpress experience. A good theme can be user friendly, SEO optimised and attractive to your readers so they keep coming back and join in a dialogue with you. Since WordPress 2.8 it’s now even easier to change themes, you can do it all from the comfort of the wordpress dashboard.

Here are some of the best themes for wordpress available now.

WooThemes - Finally a themes club that is here to stay

Woo Themes is a premium themes club with a great range of themes from professional looking CMS themes for businesses to portfolio themes for photography and movies. They also have keep coming up with some amazing magazine / e-news themes. Moreover Woo have built a custom backend which makes configuring and customising your theme a breeze. You can join the theme club for unlimited access or buy a single theme. Some of their themes are free !

WordPress Themes by StudioPress

Studiopress makes awesome themes and have a very good support forum to help with customisation. From June 2009 they started working with WordPress guru Joost de Valk to ensure that their themes are coded for an awesome performance in search engines. You can purchase a single theme or an unlimited themes package. New for 2010 at Studiopress is the theme Genesis which is quite special as it supports child themes, makes upgrading easier and has lots of custom widgets. Genesis has been getting rave reviews for taking wordpress to new heights. Well worth a look.

In case you are wondering the theme this wordpress web hosting reviews site is using is “Reviews Press” which includes the plugin to add the star ratings to comments. There are other themes available or a pack of review themes and you can use them on as many sites as you like. Here is a link with a 25% discount (applied at checkout).