I recently had a chance to experience working with a company that specializes in managing your WordPress sites. Now, what does that mean? Well, it means that you hire this small business company to make sure that your site is optimized to be its healthiest and most progressive. Managed WordPress Rocks tries to keep your site up and running when bad things like viruses or internet threats start bouncing around in the cyberspace. They also have a lot of other services, but you would have to ask the company which jobs they can achieve to give you a more custom service. When I was reviewing the company, my view may have been a little jaded because I had a different type of company working for me at the time. It was very hard not to compare the two companies. But, seeing how one company is like a mega company and Managed WordPress is a small business, I would say that the caliper of experience is about equal. Check out the company description of what Managed WordPress is and what it may be able to do for you, OR … check out my succint video review below.
Company Product Description
ManagedWP.Rocks was born of necessity. It was started by Justin Handley as a small project to keep all of his personal WordPress sites up to date. It then expanded to cover his clients as well. Over the last 10 years it has grown to cover the clients of several agencies and freelancers as a pool, and now you can share in the joy as well.
Basically, there are three things you can do with an existing website that will make you money.
1. Add content. Video. Audio. Text. That is what people and search engines love. Create it, add it, share it.
2. Split test. Try different versions of opt-in offers, sales pages, order pages. Pick the one that proves to be a winner.
3. Advertise. SEO. PPC. Social. Business Cards. Billboards. Park Benches. I don’t care – get the word out there!
You may notice that ‘update WordPress’, ‘fight off hackers’, and ‘troubleshoot a conflict between a plugin and my theme’ just aren’t on that list. But people spend an inordinate amount of time doing just these things.
Well, the truth is, done properly and with expertise, none of these things take very long. A good programmer with the right tools can spot an issue in under 60 seconds. So why would you want to spend 43 hours on Google trying to figure it out?
Oh I know – you wouldn’t. That is why you are here. So… assuming that since you’ve read this drivel you probably don’t have a subscription, click here to get started now and forget about everything that doesn’t directly impact your bottom line once and for all. It is totally worth $19.95 a month.