There are many reasons why businesses and non-profits decide that the webmaster solution they have in place is not working well enough for them. Maybe they hired a developer to set up a website long ago, and now it needs some changes but the developer is too busy to fit it in. Maybe they don’t really need a full-time website developer, just someone to answer simple questions and solve problems as needs arise, but don’t know who to turn to for practical advice. Or maybe they are experiencing the very common problem that the plugins and themes on their website are no longer functional because of WordPress revision changes.
Do any of these scenarios hit home for you? Then you could use a WordPress Hero.
According to CIO magazine, outsourcing IT is at an all-time high. Businesses and non-profits have an ongoing need to keep their websites current and functional, but many don’t see the payoff in hiring a full-time or even part-time web developer. The folks here at WP SuperHelp understand these needs. You don’t have the time to search for, hire and meet with a new web developer every time you have to make a change to your site and you don’t want to spend your own time trying to manage every little task yourself. What you need is a Hero to swoop in, take care of your WordPress challenges and let you get back to running your business.
We of course would love to help you manage your site, and solving the type of problems we’ve been talking about here quickly and efficiently is what WP SuperHelp is set up to do. If you decide to rely on another source, however, we suggest the following tips.
Make sure your website support specializes in WordPress.
There are many different CMS options to choose from and all of them are different. Make sure the webmaster that you are entrusting your site to understands all the nuances of WordPress, and is up to date on all the latest WordPress news, updates, revisions, and plugins. At WP SuperHelp, our Heros specialize in the ins and outs of WordPress.
Make sure they can scale their work as needed.
Most of the time, you will probably only need small updates, changes and edits to your site. But, as your business grows you may need your webmaster to grow with you and take on new challenges in ecommerce and multiple site management. Although WP SuperHelp is a subscription service, we have the background to solve WordPress challenges large and small, and the resources to scale up as needed. If you have a project that exceeds the subscription limits, we would be happy to quote you an affordable price for completing the work at an advanced work rate of $75 per hour.
Confirm your web professional can respond to urgent needs.
WP SuperHelp was developed to meet our clients’ need for fast fixes. The truth is that sometime website catastrophes do happen, and when that occurs you need help ASAP. WP SuperHelp created the 24 hour-turnaround policy because we understand that every minute your website not working, it can cost your business money. Make sure your web resource can provide quick support when it counts.
No matter who you choose to manage your WordPress site, we encourage you to make sure that they understand your website needs and how to best support them so that you can focus on your business. And, if you’re looking for a new or different solution, why not give WP SuperHelp’s Heros a try? We’re always ready to swoop in and save the day!