WordPress Support

Comprehensive Feature Set

Errors galore

Our support team are some of the best in the business, humbly stated of course. We welcome the opportunity and challenge of whatever problems that your website is creating, so we can showcase our prompt, courteous representatives.

Verified Humans here to Help

Bots, systems, and automation all plague the website industry. While it is helpful and useful in most cases, we believe it shouldn’t be used when it comes to helping out a fellow person with a request. That’s why when you reach out for help, there’s already someone ready to assist.

Satisfaction Ratings

Each and every conversation we have with you, whether by phone, email, or chat, is an opportunity for us to create a positive experience. This is what we strive for each and every time! So if a situation didn’t leave you feeling like ‘wow’, we’d like to know how we can improve.

Call, Email, Chat

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to reach us. If you prefer to chat over the phone, we have the time. If you want a quick chat session for an answer to a problem, we’ll be there waiting. Or if you prefer to just send an email and get to it when we get back to you, we’re here eagerly awaiting!

…plus much more!

Pricing

Hourly WordPress Support

$75/hour

– 9a – 5p PST Support Hours
– Monday – Friday
– Shared Email Support
– Up to 48 Hour Response Time
– Holidays | Not Included
– Unlimited Working Time per Request
– Unlimited Number of Requests
– Unlimited Number of Requests Processed Weekly

24/7/365 WordPress Support

$225/month/website

– 24 Hour Support Hours
– Every Day
– Dedicated Email Support
– Less than 8 Hour Response Time
– Holidays | Included
– 30 Minute Limit Working Time per Request
– Unlimited Number of Requests
– Up to 5 Requests Processed Weekly

We do have volume discounts for agency partners.
Please contact us for more information.

What Are You Waiting For?

Feel free to call us, shoot over an email, send us a chat message, or visit our Contact page so we can get started!

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