If there has been any Web 2.0 company that has survived the 1st .dot com bubble it’s WordPress and with it’s recent purchases of intense debate comment platform and poll daddy, WordPress is on pace to not only survive the current bubble but may be one of the top 5 online social firms when it’s all said and done.

One continuing trend with WordPress is the quality of themes we have seen over the past few months and with a open theme community WordPress Premium themes seem to have taken over as the new cool and smart thing to do for theme developers.

Premium WordPress themes are great for not only WordPress but for anyone looking to launch a new website and looking for an easy content management system (CMS) as well.

Here’s a list of 7 Top Premium WordPress Themes via Digg. If you’re looking for a new look for your blog or looking to launch a new website, my suggestion is to install a self hosted version of WordPress, buy or find a free premium WordPress theme, customize it, start blogging or use it as a static page and you’re good to go.

Take a look a the themes and let me know which one is your favorite.

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