WordPress Support

Training, tweaking, development, and performance

There's a reason WordPress powers over 30% of all websites.[1] It gives organizations broad flexibility to realize the website they want — powerful and flexible, yet intuitive enough to make edits on their own — that will move their mission forward.

If it's time for you to upgrade, we're ready to make it happen.

We also serve a large base of customers who are mostly comfortable editing their own sites, but run into trouble from time to time and simply need a resource to help resolve technical, layout or design issues.

Not only will we teach you the basics and get you set up, if needed, but we can evaluate your current site, security measures you should be implementing, and make suggestions to improve page load times and user experience so you convert more visitors into paying customers.

More than a new look and feel, we offer:

  • Training, tutoring, and best practices
  • Back-end support
  • A responsive interface for tablets and phones
  • Search engine optimization (SEO) and online visibility essentials
  • E-commerce (shopping cart) setup, from start to finish

Web Hosting + Guidance

We've heard from countless clients who signed up for a low annual rate from their big name web host, only to find out the hard way that you get what you pay for. Fortunately today, you don't have to spend a bundle for a fast loading site and top-notch security.

We provide sensible, managed WordPress web hosting for clients who might otherwise:

  • Overpay for the services they actually need
  • Pay what initially appears to be a reasonable fee but find that services, performance, and support are lacking

Further reading: EIG and its silent takeovers of dozens of smaller hosts

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Security is of paramount concern when hosting any online service, thus, we offer automated WordPress core updates, plugin updates, regular backups, and other security measures to ensure your domains and digital properties are protected using industry standard protocols.

People can be excused for going with a known brand when choosing a web host. If you are used to hearing about brands such as GoDaddy, HostGator, BlueHost, and the like, consider if your dining choices were made in the same "heard of 'em" fashion. You'd be eating at McDonald's or Applebee's. Don't host your site with the McDonald's or Applebee's of hosting — sooner or later, it won't end well.

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