My Friday Favourite this week is FreedomWP – WordPress Support for Business Owners.
What is it?
FreedomWP is an outsourced WordPress support service for business owners.
How can it help me?
How strong is your website? If you use a tool like Website Grader then you might be shocked at how weak your site actually is.
If you’ve got a WordPress website for your business, then you’ll know the pain of having to maintain and update that site to keep it secure and functional.
If you’re embarrassed by your website (“it needs an update”) then you’ll know the pain of trying to make the time to improve it, while you juggle running your actual business.
Perhaps you’ve experienced the frustration of trying to use a specific WordPress plug-in or make a specific CSS tweak that *should* only take a few minutes, but ends up taking hours.
I’ve experienced all of these challenges and I see business owners experience them every day. I’ve publicly asked the question Why do IT outsourcers not outsource more themselves and so looked for a solution for my own WordPress website support and maintenance.
The solution I found was FreedomWP.
Based out of the UK, FreedomWP is a monthly flat-fee service to provide maintenances and updates for your WordPress-based website.
The sort of tasks you can ask FreedomWP to perform for you include:-
- Making your site faster
- Security updates to keep out criminals
- Creation of landing pages for more sales
- Improving your website’s visibility through Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Connect 3rd party marketing tools to your website to improve the sales process
- Increase conversion rates
- Keep visitors on your site for longer
- Install and set-up WordPress plug-in’s
… and much more.
I’ve been using FreedomWP for a few months now and I’ve not found a task yet that they won’t perform for me (although I’m sure there is!).
Raising a task for FreedomWP involves visiting their support portal and raising a new ticket with a description of what you want to achieve.
FreedomWP then goes away and do the work, letting you know when the work is done.
The best bit about FreedomWP for me is that you don’t pay per job — you pay a flat fee for the service each month.
This makes it incredibly easy for me to budget for WordPress website support and maintenance for my business.
How much does it cost?
FreedomWP costs a flat £49 per month per WordPress website.
How can I get it?
Click here to sign-up for FreedomWP.
You can also reach out to FreedomWP owner Matthew Eldridge on Twitter @MattEld80.