WordPress Maintenance Services Roundup & Comparison – Updated as of 2019

Don't lose your mind on a Sunday night doing maintenance, when you can hire professional WordPress maintenance companies to take care of your site. We analysed & compared all that Google could find.

You’ve decided to hire a WordPress maintenance service and stop wasting time fixing your site every time a new version of WordPress comes out? Smart decision! After some googling, it seems like there are dozens of nearly the same companies, offering the same “best” service for the same low price.

Wrong! We thought so too, but after comparing nearly 50 WordPress maintenance services (twice, once in 2017 and now again in 2019), it’s obvious there are vast differences between the companies. Some data we got is astonishing and sheds new light on the entire WordPress maintenance business. Get the best service for your buck by accurately comparing maintenance services based on your precise needs.

I just click “update everything” and… it’s all good!

That’s an understandable approach. In most cases, it works out fine. It’s also a calculated risk you’re obviously willing to take. That’s the bottom line here – risk and consequences of things going sideways. If you’ve been around computers long enough (more than 5 minutes), you know things eventually do go wrong.

If you’re updating your cat’s blog and the process fails – who cares (ok, except Snuggles)? It’s a cat blog, not your livelihood. But if you’re updating a business site that supports your business as a marketing asset or actually is your whole business – can you afford to be down for an hour, three or maybe even a few days? What if you’re updating a site for a client?

Is “let’s hope for the best” gonna cut it? Probably not!

It seems unreasonable to risk prolonged periods of downtime if you can almost eliminate the risk for $57 /month.

Paying $57 per month (that’s the average price across all services we analyzed in 2017) is like insurance. Even with almost 25% of the increase in 2019, (the average price now being $71), you can’t really put a price tag on your peace of mind. If everything goes well, and we sure hope it will, it’s sort of “wasted money”, so it might seem a bit too expensive for you.

But, if anything goes south, even a little, it’s a minuscule price to pay to get it fixed. The monthly fee is still, in most cases, lower than a one-off fix fee! Bottom line – if a site means anything to you, leave the maintenance to professionals and spend your time doing business, not wrangling code and obscure bugs.

I do my own maintenance as good as they do!

While doing WordPress maintenance is not brain surgery, it’s still a job that can be done in an amateurish way (politely said) or in a professional one. If you see yourself in the latter group, that means you:

a) are a seasoned WP professional with years of experience in various scheduled and unscheduled (urgent) tasks ranging from DNS issues to plugin compatibility problems
b) have plenty of free time, more-less always, and value your work at around $20-$35 per hour

How did we get to that per hour range? The average cost of monthly maintenance was $57, now $71. If the company spends a bare minimum of 2 hours per month on your site (and with “small fixes” often offered for free they can spend a lot more), it means they charge 20-ish, up to 30-ish dollars per hour.

Aren’t the prices higher in 2019?

Indeed, they are. Not to leave you with 2017ish information, we did a double-check. The prices were not as high as we expected them to be. Still, the 25% rise in average monthly maintenance price is not to be dismissed as “nothing important”.

We went back to our table and made sure to note any changes. While the increase is higher, only 16 of 47 companies increased their prices. That means that over half of the people using these services are not paying anything more than they used to. Here is the list of companies that started valuing the maintenance they do higher.

Increased their prices:

  • Go WP +762%
  • MaintainPress +71%
  • Newts Labs +32%
  • Novage 1,120%
  • WP Dude 16%
  • WP Minder 100%
  • WP VIP Services +17%
Lowered their prices:

  • Steady WP -36%
  • The WP Butler -5%
  • WP Curve -6%
  • WP Fix It -31%
  • WP Maintenance With Love -5%
  • WP Relieve -50%
  • WP Tonic -20%

 

When it comes to one-time fixes, the results were quite interesting. Overall, there has been a 22% increase in average price (currently $83, $68 back in 2017). However, this increase in average price is not what it seems.

It is a simple shift of whether a company is doing one-time fixes, or not. Three of the companies that used to solve these “tiny issues” no longer spend their time on it, and three of the companies started providing these services, for quite the price (ranging from $100 to $299 per fix)! Only one of the companies provides lower prices for one time fixes, but they have increased their monthly maintenance fee.

Even with new prices in 2019, keep in mind that we have discovered that less than half of the companies (35% of them, to be precise), increased their monthly price, and about 20% of companies changed their one-time fix offers.

Overall, with over 65% of companies still doing maintenance for $57, you still value your work at around $20 per hour.

Is $20 your hourly rate? It shouldn’t be.

Hence, that work can be outsourced and done for the said amount, despite you thinking that your time is much more valuable. It may be, but in this case, people are willing to do it for less, so that’s still the market value.

If you’re taking care of your site, and especially if it’s more than one site do yourself a favor – realistically calculate how much is that costing you.

You could be charging $100 per hour for doing some other work, but you’re not. You are doing maintenance instead and losing money. To make matters worse, if this kind of work is not your specialty, it means it takes you a lot longer for the same task than somebody who is highly specialized in maintenance-related work. At some point, you’ll have to invest in some tools and plugins, so you’ll waste even more money.

When dissected, “saving money” all of a sudden turns into “losing money”. So, if you’re taking care of your site, and especially if it’s more than one site, do yourself a favor – calculate how much it costs you. Be fair to yourself while crunching those numbers.

WordPress technical support & more than just maintenance

Although the focus of this roundup is on maintenance, if you look at any of the listed services’ websites, you quickly realize they offer more than just maintenance. In fact, for the (often low) monthly price, many offer so much more that we don’t quite understand how’s financially feasible for them.

“Unlimited small fixes” is something you’ll often find and as ambiguous as “small fix” is, we’ll assume that these support providers will assist you with practically any WordPress issue, besides building a new site. Some even offer free migrations. So if you’re looking for technical support for WordPress and thinking of hiring a freelancer to help you, think twice before doing that. Getting a monthly support/maintenance service for a few months might be a lot cheaper and more pleasant experience.

How to find the best WordPress maintenance service?

Finding the best service that will take care of your WordPress site isn’t that easy. Although most of them offer the same basic package, details like the price and specific services vary. If you take the time to look deeper, you’ll realize a lot of these “companies” are a one-man-band operation. We value their efforts! But there’s only so much one person can do and sooner or later he needs to sleep, so having at least a few people available is a huge plus. We didn’t include any company size data because there’s no way to verify it.

Another “thing” we stumbled upon is a lot of name changing. One could call it rebranding, but honestly, it’s just changing the service name and domain. There’s nothing wrong with that, but if you visit bestdogfood.com and send them an email, and they reply from bestcatfood.com, it doesn’t instill confidence in their services.

How did we test the companies?

After gathering the data available from their sites, we tested their response times and general demeanor when addressing potential customers. So, we came up with a simple email that we sent to each company on the list. Here’s the original email:

Hi, 
My name is Ivan, and I run a personal travel blog for about a year now.

So far, I haven’t had many problems, but for the last month or so, my site has been loading quite slowly. I noticed the changes myself, and people have started complaining about it and yet some popular plugins I’ve tried haven’t helped me much.

I was interested if I subscribe to your monthly plan, would you be able to speed up my blog and solve several other issues that I’ve been experiencing?

Can you also tell me where are you from? I want to make sure that you can help me with the blog at any time during my working hours.

Thank you for your time, 
Ivan

Some services have automated email responses which we didn’t consider. We were interested in emails sent by actual support agents.

All emails were sent around 2 pm GMT+1 time. Yes, that might seem unfair because it’s normal business time for some and the middle of the night for others. However, problems with sites happen all the time so, 2 am or 2 pm – it’s not really an excuse. Also, since we didn’t know where most of the companies were located, we couldn’t customize the sending time to be more friendly. We also hope that emails are prioritized so things like “my site is down” are taken care of before everything else.

As emails started coming back, we noted down the exact time it took them to respond. Those response times, as well as complete emails, are available in the table. As you can see, most services really did their best to describe what they offer and were more than polite. Some, on the other hand, replied with a very short email.

Please note that many companies are available for live chat and phone calls. Contacting them through those channels will surely give us a faster response, but we wanted a uniformed approach for all test subjects.

There are NO affiliate, referral or sponsored links of any kind in this article. So, click away 😉

Find the best WordPress maintenance service for your needs

We are providing you with their responses and what their services entail. However, with almost 50 companies on our list, it probably doesn’t help much. You still need to go through them and find the one for you. If this was the case, then this article would have been a complete waste of your time.

Luckily, we thought of that, so you can filter through our table of companies to find the right one. Filter it according to what you need, their price or location, or your preferred method of contact to get more specific results!

Unfortunately our tools for filtering maintenance companies are not optimized for small screens such as the one you’re using right now. Please open the article on a bigger screen to fully utilize our tools.

I need monthly maintenance services for my WordPress site. I'd like a company from anywhere in the world that is like any other and is available by email .Find the best company for me   Reset

Company NameMin Monthly FeeOne-Time FixLive ChatPhoneResponse TimeLocation
24x7 WP Support$19$6.66/hNot testedSan Jose, California, USA
AndiSites$79$10012h 39minNorth Carolina, USA
Barrel Roll$49removed in 20193h 52minVirginia, USA
BitofWP$19$49added in 2019Not testedCanada
ClickWP$35$501h 10minMalaysia
Coversine$49Not testedUSA
FixMyWP$502h 14minGreece
FixRunner$59$49Not tested.Delaware, USA
Go WP$250+762% since 20174h 53minGeorgia, USA
IvyCat$354h 40minWashington, USA
MaintainPress$60+71% since 201753d 4h 44minCalifornia, USA
Maintainn$496h 49minUSA
Newt Labs$87+32% since 2017$96-52% since 2017removed in 201916minUK
Novage$500+1120% since 2017added in 2019Not testedSingapore
OptimWisen/an/a1d 0h 49minSouth Carolina, USA
PurplePlanet$4936minGermany
SkyrocketWP$79removed in 2019Not testedTyler, USA
SteadyWP$35-36% since 2017Not testedSweeden
The WP Butler$39-5% since 2017$100didn't respondOregon, USA
Theme Location$29added in 201910minPakistan
Total WP Support$49$299removed in 20195h 11minCanada
TriSummitSolutions$972h 51minTexas, USA
Valius WP$59$65added in 201937minCalifornia, USA
WOptimize$29Not testedItaly
WP Always$491h 54minMichigan, USA
WP Cope$65didn't respondIndia
WP Curve$46-6% since 2017didn't respondn/a
WP Dude$29+16% since 2017added in 201914minUK
WP Fix It$34-31% since 2017$39didn't respondCalifornia, USA
WP Fixy$2910minIndia
WP Hero$1791h 3minIreland
WP Maintainer$994h 38minn/a
WP Maintenance with Love$35-5% since 2017added in 201928d 0h 6minUK
WP Minder$60+100% since 2017removed in 20193h 1minColorado, USA
WP Relieve$99-50% since 20178h 14minNew York, USA
WP Site Care$79added in 20195h 5minUtah, USA
WP SitePlan$29removed in 2019Not testedOhio, USA
WP Support Services$35+17% since 2017$59+16% since 201729minUK
WP Sync$99$39added in 20192h 30minFlorida, USA
WP Tonic$39-20% since 2017$50added in 20193h 12minNevada, USA
WP Tweaks$39$394h 26minUK
WP VIP Services$99+102% since 2017removed in 20193h 47minFlorida, USA
WPsitehelpers$39$99removed in 20199h 38minArizona, USA
WordXpress$77Not testedSalt Lake City, USA
Zen WP$791h 44minCalifornia, USA

Recommend me someone!

Sorry, don’t have a crystal ball to do that (as we don’t know any details about your needs) but we’ll give you an easy recipe. Filter companies by location. That will provide you with some choices in your timezone, which, we believe, is crucial. Write an email with what you need and expect; be as specific as possible. Send the very same email to all companies. Be sure to ask if they provide a 24/7 service or what their hours are. Based on their responses, you’ll end up with two, maybe three companies. Chose the one that you like the most or let the price be the deciding factor.

If you decide to do maintenance on your own that’s fine; many people do. Just remember that it’s a chore like any other. If neglected or not done at all, it’ll come back to bite you big time at the worst possible time. Be smart, make backups, keep things updated, and install a maintenance mode plugin while you’re doing work so that visitors don’t see your site broken.

FAQ

Need a short version of everything? No time to read the whole article? Not a problem. Here’s a short FAQ;

What are WordPress maintenance services?

They are services which get maintaining your WP site off your back. Companies providing these services usually have different packages. Most common services they provide are regular updates of your website, plugins and themes, constant uptime checks, and just-in-case backups.

Why should I hire maintenance services?

Keeping your website maintained and updated at all times is a time-consuming process, especially if you are not a seasoned veteran when it comes to WordPress. Hiring a maintenance company also serves as a back-up, as many of them offer fixes within their plans.

What is the average monthly price for hiring a WP maintenance services?

Based on 50 top companies, the average monthly price sums up to be $71. With one-time fixes being $83 on average.

Can Maintenance Services help with hacked sites?

Yes they can! In two ways: Either they will try to fix the problem immediately, or restore your WordPress site from a backed-up version. They will also improve your website’s security so that you don’t get hacked again. Usually, with maintenance services, your website is as good as new in no time.

Do I get services outside the scope of maintenance?

Most of the maintenance companies offer additional services, which can cover everything from free migration to another hosting, to fixing theme issues. For details, please contact individual companies.

What should I consider when hiring one of the Maintenance Services?

First and most importantly, check their working hours, and if 24/7 support is really 24/7 support. Searching for a company by your location is also a recommended thing to do, as you will probably get a quicker response if you are in the same timezone. More people in the company is also a better choice than a one-man-band company. Lastly, consider the price. Does it fit your budget?

Do these companies offer multisite support?

Most of them offer multisite (WP-MU) support but we advise that you check with individual companies.

Can I ask maintenance companies for custom development?

Many of the analyzed companies do offer custom development to their clients. It is usually not included in the monthly price. In the end, prices may vary, but it is an option.

I have an e-commerce site. Can they help with that, too?

E-commerce is not on the “basic plan” list most of the time. Still, most of these companies do offer taking care of your e-commerce website within one or two of their plans.

With maintenance services price increases in 2019, isn’t it cheaper to do the maintenance yourself?

For most people – no. If you have been doing your own maintenance and haven’t experienced any trouble so far, then you can save $71 per month. However, bugs may appear on your site at any time, and you can never know when a hacker will strike, either. Fixing broken websites and repairing the damage yourself will cost you more in the long run.

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Published on August 27, 2017 by Gordan; modified on August 13, 2019. Filed under: , , .

Gordan runs Web Factory Ltd and has over a decade of WordPress development experience. When not wrangling code, he loves writing about WordPress, and he's always thinking about the next WP project to get involved with. Check out his latest one - WP Reset.

61 Replies to “WordPress Maintenance Services Roundup & Comparison – Updated as of 2019”

  1. Hi Gordan, Steven here from ValiusWP. Great, detailed list. Thanks for including us! There are a lot of WP support companies these days and having a filterable list will help people find the company that suits them best. Nice work!

  2. Thanks for including us on this list. We’re pleased to be part of this amazing and comprehensive WordPress ecosystem. WPAlways has been working with WP since 2006. It’s amazing how much the platform and talent pool has evolved. Thanks again, keep up the good work!

  3. Thanks for including WP Buffs in this list!

    This article does a great job of outlining all of the advantages of using a WP maintenance company with professionals available 24/7 so YOU don’t need to be available 24/7! Most of our customers, including web designers and developers, would rather spend their time on things other than the often mundane tasks involved in keeping a website running smoothly.

    The chart’s a great resource to start to narrow down the perfect match for a customer’s needs. Thanks again!

  4. Hey Ivan,

    This is a decent writeup but I’d be lying if I thought this was a good representation of the quality of the WordPress maintenance services landscape.

    The only real metric being used here is measuring how quickly someone on the sales team responds to a standard inquiry. It doesn’t give any insight into how quickly a company’s support team would respond to any given request, including prioritization of more urgent requests.

    In other words, the data here is pretty seriously flawed and misrepresents the quality of each vendor.

    If you really want to uncover who is doing the best work in this space, you’d need to have an active subscription with each of them, and not only measure things like response times, but more importantly, resolution times.

    It doesn’t matter how fast someone answers an email if they don’t have the technical expertise to resolve it in short order.

    Based on my own experience in this industry Maintainn, WP Maintainer, WP Buffs, GoWP, and my company are doing the best work and should be the recommended providers here.

    I also think it’s important you disclose the real angle here and that this is all a #growthhacking play to build links and get social shares, not to provide truly meaningful or valuable information for your readers.

    You have content all over the web linking page to this under construction plugin:

    https://wpwarfare.com/top-7-maintenance-mode-page-plugins-wordpress/
    https://www.wpmayor.com/set-construction-page-wordpress/
    https://fixmywp.com/blog/top-4-reasons-show-construction-page-visitors.php

    Not that there’s anything horribly wrong with that, but disclosure is important, especially when the you’ve written content for one of the companies that you rated here (Fix My WP).

    Anyway, if you ever are interested in really getting a good look at what this space has to offer, I’d be happy to offer a trial of our services so you can see what it’s like to work with a team of professionals.

    1. Hi Ryan,
      Is the metric we used here ideal? Far from it! We wanted to get an account with every company, test response times, see how they fix bugs, handle problems but the logistics of such an undertaking are not trivial. So, we decided to start with something – how long it takes to respond to an email. In due time, I’m sure we’ll do another test. A more real-world approach. Till then this is what we got.

      As for our relationship with some of the companies – we did disclose it! It’s in the notes for two companies. Maybe we weren’t clear enough about it, but we’re not hiding it.

      I’m sorry you feel this article “does not to provide truly meaningful or valuable information for readers“. We plan on writing more like it, with more tests of maintenance companies. Hopefully, you’ll change your mind then.

      1. I guess my point is… what’s really being communicated here? It’s not clear to readers that the only thing you’re really representing is how long it takes to get a response for a SALES inquiry. Which is especially problematic when it’s sent at 2am for some of these vendors.

        You’re not even kind of showing people who the “best wordpress maintenance company” is. Your words, not mine. Not even close.

        As I mentioned before, if you want to really find out the answer to the questions you’re trying to answer here, I’m happy to remove some of the trivia and offer a free trial account of our services. I’m sure many other companies would do the same.

      2. I’ve explained the 2 am issue in the article. Really don’t know how we could have done it “fairer”.

        No, we are not showing “who the best company is” nor will we ever. We provided some data to readers to help them pick the best company for them. In my opinion much more important criteria than “best company over all”.

        If we take a trial account from you (or anybody else) and do a write up on how is it to actually be your client (which I’d love to do) how do we retain a sense of neutrality? You know that it’s a “test” account. Some may argue we won’t be getting the same treatment as other clients.

      3. I guess we’re officially at an impasse since there isn’t a way to convince you that what’s you’re doing is more of a game than wanting to paint an accurate picture for readers. A quick piece of advice on my way out the door: Neil Patel may know how to growth hack, but I’ll bet he sips expensive tea on a yacht made for one while he listens to Yanni and cries himself to sleep. The world will get lonely if all you’re focused on is building links and social share counts. Being a trusted source is a long play, but it’s more fun and you end up with a lot more friends.

      4. I really don’t know how Neil lives … 🙂
        I’ll repeat myself – this is a start! Far from perfect, but a start. Various tests of hosting companies improved over the years too, as more people started doing them. Hopefully, others will start testing maintenance companies too. And no you can’t convince me that this is “just a links game” for us. If it were so your comments would have never been approved.

    2. Hi Ryan. I had to reply to your comment since you mentioned our company name(twice).
      Fyi we never knew that we were tested, in fact our response time was below our average but that’s fine for us.

      Since you have a strong opinion on which are the best WP Maintenance Providers I suggest to create your own review and publish it under your blog. It will be a fun thing to learn the criteria you used to rank WP Maintenance Companies you never had worked as client nor as a provider.

    3. Thanks for the shout out for WP Buffs here, Ryan! I have to agree with some of your points here in that the time a company takes to respond to an initial email is no correlated with the quality of work they provide.

      This is a pretty badass chart though!

      The article should probably be geared more towards comparing offerings and initial response times. This isn’t really a comparison between these companies though.

  5. Gordan, I definitely agree with the bottom line you stated: “if a site means anything to you, leave the maintenance to professionals and spend your time doing business, not wrangling code and obscure bugs.” Almost any business owner would be making a wiser business decision in outsourcing WordPress maintenance than taking it on themselves! It’s to help such business owners that we’ve been providing WordPress maintenance since 2010. It’s interesting to see how many companies are now offering maintenance services! Thanks for the work you did in researching and writing this post.

  6. Makis and staff at Fix My WP have been my go-to service for years. World class hack repair and more. Several clients have moved to his maintenance package and even hosting too. I’ve sent the webmasters I teach and their clients to him for nasty site issues and everyone is over the moon with his service. Response time is about half what’s shown in the table on average.

  7. Thank you for including WP Minder. I do agree with other commenters that response time to a sales inquiry does not necessarily reflect quality of support or response time for *active* clients. However, I appreciate being included. WP Minder has been providing WordPress maintenance, support and hosting to small business clients since 2014.

  8. Ivan and Gordan, thank you for including OptimWise in your second round of testing! There’s a note in our line in the table, but I also want to point out here that our sales inquiry email came at 8:18 AM our time on a national holiday in the US (Labor Day). That’s why it looks like it took us over a day to reply to the sales inquiry.

    We’ve been providing WordPress maintenance since 2010. We appreciate appearing alongside other companies who are working hard to keep WordPress sites secure and stable!

  9. Holy Moly what a list!

    It shows the explosion of WP Support companies over the last number of years. There is such a variety here, of location, price and I’m sure, service. Thanks Gordon for doing the work (and taking the risk) of trying to find some metric to judge performance – not perfect of course. You are right in saying that more testing needs to be done in the future. It is hard to find the right method and trial accounts is unfortunately not it, as they would of course be prioritised.

    This is a start and much better than those lists that recommend companies without any metric to judge performance. Great Work on the chart, maybe in version 2 you could add in more details of the offerings and specialism of each company, as I’m sure they can’t all be the same. At WP Hero for instance we deal mainly with sites running WooCommerce.

    Anyhow from myself and the team @ WP Hero have a great day and to all of those companies listed above – keep on rocking the world of WordPress Support :).

  10. We launched a brand new service with competitive prices and great support service for WordPress websites. Get your website WOptimized at https://www.woptimize.io and we will keep it updated, backed up and constantly monitored. With a WOptimized Plus plan we even help you with other small tasks, from editorial changes to HTML, PHP, JS and CSS changes and fixes.

  11. Hi Gordan, that is a great list you have put together. Two weeks ago I moved to KreativoPro for WordPress support and I’m extremely happy with them. They treat me like a queen and all my problems are fixed in 1-3 hours. All I do is live chat with them for my issues and they always respond in 60 seconds. KreativoPro.com should be included in your list.

  12. Hey Gordan,

    This is an amazing list you have put together. This is Pratik here from PressMate. We have just ditched the traditional reporting and send all the updates to our client through Mobile APPS making support more personal and quick. Check out more about our service at https://www.pressmate.io

  13. Hey Gordan,

    This is an amazing list you have put together. This is Pratik here from PressMate. We have just ditched the traditional reporting and send all the updates to our client through Mobile APPS making support more personal and quick. Check out more about our service at https://www.pressmate.io

    1. Hey,
      Thanks for the kind words!

      We no longer test the companies, but if you would like your service to be listed here, please contact us with all the details. I can’t promise anything, but we will check your site and consider adding it to the table.

  14. Hey

    Thank you for the EmbraceWP nod!

    Great article. Would like to mention one piece of the puzzle that is not often mentioned. Marketability of the brand on the web. We provide SEO consulting services with some of our EmbraceWP packages as well.

    That way, one month you can have us develop something in your website, and the next, we can test your SEO!

    1. Thank you, Brian!
      I’d better ask who is powering that since the table filter (and actually the entire table) was coded by our developer Gordan for the purposes of this article.

    2. Hi Brian,
      The filter was custom built just for this article. But, in hindsight, we should have used DataTables with just a bit of custom code 🙂

    1. I am glad to hear you’re happy with MainWP! We asked the company owners about the use of tools like MainWP in the interviews, but it turns out most of them actually use ManageWP to handle multiple sites.

    1. Hi Chad,
      Thanks for stopping by and letting us know about SkyRocketWP! Unfortunately, since it’s been a long time after we did the tests, we are no longer testing new companies, but we might be able to include SkyRocketWP on the list after we check it out more closely.

  15. The blog was absolutely fantastic! Lot of great information which can be helpful in some or the other way. Keep updating the blog, looking forward for more contents. WordPress maintenance is essential if you want to have a secure, fast website. If anyone wants to take the free services of WordPress maintenance then you have to browse Navthemes.

  16. Hi everyone, This list is pretty good one containing almost all the good ones.

    We are also a WordPress website maintenance and support service and providing 50% OFF for the first month on all our plans. Apart from this we are also providing 2 months free for the customers who buy yearly subscription.

    We have generous website edits support and a great team which can provide support through out the day.

    Have a nice day!

    Asad Abbas

  17. Hi Gordan,

    Here is Nayan Jain from ExpressTech Software Solutions, I would like to say thank you for putting your time and effort in explaining. We are also, one of the best service providers of WordPress customization.

    Cheers.

  18. Hi Gordan, we run a service base in London which doesn’t have monthly plans as many companies its all automated and we believe has no value to website owners.

    We run a WordPress job service where we do not charge by the hour, we price the job up making it transparent to the client.

    Fixes start from as little as £9.99

  19. Much obliged for making a trip and telling us about SkyRocketWP! Sadly, since it’s been quite a while after we did the tests, we are never again testing new organizations, however, we may almost certainly incorporate SkyRocketWP on the rundown after we look at it all the more intently.

  20. Hi, Gordan !! Thanks for explaining the WordPress features and its topmost functionalities. We are also a laravel development company providing WordPress customization and integration.

  21. Hello Gordan!

    Now that’s a very interesting and useful comparison of various players.
    I have just downed 2 other posts on the same topic on other blogs and yours is the most useful and exciting because of how you’re trying to make this practical for the end-user.

    We are new kids on the block in one way. But in a truer sense, we have been serving clients in this manner since 2012 only that we made this a business in itself starting this year.

    We do things fast, effectively while looking good– all at the same time.

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