Website care plans.

Protect your investment by taking care of it.

Essential

Aftercare
$ 44
99 Month
  • WordPress Hosting​
  • WordPress Core Updates
  • SSL Certificate
  • Server Side Caching
  • Hacker & Malware Security Monitoring
  • Monthly Backups

The hosting essentials you need.

We are huge fans of WordPress. I mean, there is a reason it powers over a third of the websites online today. WordPress has so much power under the hood, it can handle websites from all walks of life from one-page brochure sites to major names like The New YorkerTechCrunchSony MusicMicrosoft News Center and MTV News.

We have teamed up with the good folk from Hostinger and WHC to bring you the best combination in web & email hosting.

This top-notch hosting is included in all of our Website Care Plans and is guaranteed to provide the best performance and quality support.

All Website Care Plans are based on a recurring monthly payment and is managed through PayPal. All included hours do not rollover. Any tasks that will take longer than the allocated monthly hours will be charged at your plan hourly rate. But don’t worry – we’ll let you know if you’re going to go over and let you make the decision.

Pro

Aftercare
$ 109
99 Month
  • Everything in ESSENTIAL
  • Monthly plugin & theme updates
  • Premium plugin licenses & support
  • Monthly backups
  • General support
  • 24/7 Uptime monitoring
  • Monthly website report
  • Up to 30 minutes of included support, coaching, troubleshooting & minor updates
  • Additional design & development $110/hr

Premium

Aftercare
$ 209
99 Month
  • Everything in PRO
  • Performance optimization
  • Priority support
  • Broken link checking
  • Weekly backups
  • Weekly website report
  • Up to 2 hours of included support, coaching, troubleshooting and minor updates
  • Additional design & development $100/hr
Popular

Enterprise

Aftercare
$ 399
99 Month
  • Everything in PREMIUM
  • Advanced performance optimization
  • Content Delivery Network (CDN)
  • SEO page keyword targeting & copywriting assistance
  • Nightly backups
  • Weekly advanced website report
  • Up to 4 hours of included support, updates, troubleshooting, minor updates & social media assistance
  • Additional design & development $90/hr

Care Plan & General FAQ

Pretty much everything related to your website! Content changes like tweaking designs and updating content are the most common, but nothing is out of line, as long as it can be done within the allotted time. Don’t worry, minor changes aren’t going to take up to much time and if it’s anything major then we’ll let you know beforehand if this is going to be additional work or not.

We pride ourselves on offering quality, reliable services to our clients, however, nothing is ever certain. We cannot promise that your website will never be hacked, go down or break, however, we do promise to do everything in our power to prevent it. We have strict monitors in place, that if something were to ever happen, we would be there to promptly assess the issue and implement a speedy fix.

Of course not. We’re hear to support you, your business and your website. If you change your mind, want to up/downgrade, or even cancel, simply get in touch with us and we will stop the next payment.

A content delivery network (CDN) refers to a geographically distributed group of servers which work together to provide fast delivery of Internet content. A CDN allows for the quick transfer of assets needed for loading Internet content including HTML pages, javascript files, stylesheets, images, and videos. The popularity of CDN services continues to grow, and today the majority of web traffic is served through CDNs, including traffic from major sites like Facebook, Netflix, and Amazon.

(Source: https://www.cloudflare.com/learning/cdn/what-is-a-cdn/)

Of course! We offer an initial Website Health Check, where we do a full analysis of your website looking at how it’s been built, the tools used and report on any potential issues that need to be addressed. From there we can discuss your needs moving forward and recommend an action plan.

When you want to start a business in the real world, you need a physical location to set up, store, and sell your products. The same rules apply in the digital world when setting up a website.

When you set up an online business, you have a series of files, images, and HTML code that make up your website. These files take up space and need a place to live. Without an online home, your files would just sit on your computer and no one would ever see them. A hosting provider will provide a place on a web server to store all of your files and are responsible for delivering the files of your website as soon as a browser makes a request by typing in your domain name.

When you pay for hosting services, you are simply renting storage space on the internet — just like you would rent a physical store for your business.

Before we go into more depth, let’s talk about domain names. When you first thought about starting an online business, you purchased a domain name. A domain name is your company’s address on the internet.

Think of it this way: if you are renting space at a physical location for your business, you give customers your street address so they can find you. If you are renting space on the internet, you give customers your domain name.

Whenever someone types in your domain name, it is converted into an IP address. The hosting company then locates all the files connected to your IP address and returns all of the pictures, videos, and words that make up your website.

Just like every street address is unique, so is every domain name. Whenever you start a new website, you get the opportunity to choose a name that perfectly reflects your brand.

This is an abbreviation for Secure Sockets Layer. This is a common protocol used to communicate information securely online. This protocol provides a safe path that runs between two Internet-connected machines or two machines on the same internal network.

It is an extremely handy tool used by web browsers who need to connect securely to a web server, given the wild insecurity inherent in the Internet. SSL usually operates and sets up a secure session with little or no interaction from the person actually visiting the web site. You may notice the browser displaying a padlock or the address showing a padlock and a green bar – those are the hallmarks of SSL doing its magic.

Bandwidth is the amount of data that is accessed while viewing a website. Every time a user views a website, data is transferred, and the measurement of that transfer is bandwidth. In general, images, audio files and video files are higher in bandwidth than text.

That means that if you have a more burdensome website in terms of bandwidth – if you have lots of video or streaming audio, for example – you have a higher bandwidth requirement than someone with a simple text-only website, or someone with only a few low-resolution images. Some web hosts offer unlimited bandwidth, and some place a cap on it. Our servers are capable of huge capacities.

WordPress is a free open source platform that powers nearly one-third of the world’s websites, from small personal blogs to the complex sites of major corporations such as Sony, TimeThe New YorkerNBC, MTV NewsMicrosoft News Center and many more. Although WordPress is one of many content management systems – it is the most popular in use today.

Although WordPress was originally designed to support blogging and related types of online publishing, it also powers a wide range of sites with other purposes. WordPress is used to run complex sites for large multinational corporations, manage small businesses, and create personal blogs.

WordPress sites can contain full-service eCommerce stores, showcase a portfolio, or host a social network, group, or podcast. Whatever a company’s requirements, the core WordPress package plus a variety of basic and premium plugins that are suitable for your website. Thanks to its many themes and easy access to its source files, WordPress is also endlessly adaptable to a company’s changing needs.

Searchability is key to ranking high on Google and other search engines. WordPress sites tend to rank high for their keywords, largely because they’re constantly being updated and because WordPress includes a variety of tools and plugins for optimizing content for SEO (search engine optimization).

Have more questions?

Feel free to reach out if you have any further questions.