Managed WordPress Hosting + Updates & More

There are plenty of hosts out there, and like there are plenty of ways to get a website, they’re not all created equally.

Cheap hosting can run as little as a few dollars a month…and run just about as well as an ’87 Nova. Nova means “no go” in Spanish by the way. Just something to keep in mind.

The hosting I offer is decidedly more expensive than what you might get with GoDaddy or Bluehost. And here’s why:

  1. It’s built for WordPress. From the ground up, specifically designed to make WordPress work better, faster.
  2. Caching. Also coordinated to work perfectly with WordPress, caching means your site doesn’t need to go out to the database, grab the data, send it back to your visitor’s browser and only then render the page. Skip all of those steps and just show them what they came to see.
  3. Security. There is a constant, 24/7 monitoring of everything going on with your site, from scripts running to who’s trying to login, which plugins you’re using to who’s hitting your site the most.
  4. 24/7 Support. You can go through me directly (ahem, not 24/7) or get in touch directly with Flywheel Hosting (the provider I use for all of my hosting). Either way, you get a person on the line who’s not only completely concerned with getting your issue resolved, they actually know how to do it.

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What About Uptime?

I constantly monitor every one of my hosting clients. Here are the results for the last 30 days (as of the writing of this page). This is typical. One site was down for 1 minute.