Only with WordPress.org, which is different from WordPress.com.
CMS transfer (e.g. Joomla to WordPress, Drupal to WordPress) and site migration.
Yep, for sure.
You need to provide the log in info and URLs for the following:
- Web host’s control panel (usually cPanel);
- WordPress admin (if you already have WordPress installed).
If you are starting a website from scratch, which requires WordPress installation, then I’ll create the WordPress admin log in info and URL.
- If you want AdSense ads implementation, you need to provide the codes from your AdSense account;
- If you want content implementation, you need to provide the content;
- You also need to provide the WordPress theme and its documentation.
I’m not a complete stranger when it comes to coding, but I’m not a web developers by profession, so I tend not to interact with a theme’s code.
I could make some minor CSS modifications here and there, if needed.
Recommendations can be made, but in the end, the client has to choose the theme.
A theme verification service can be provided, though, to make sure that you don’t buy a bad theme.
Written from scratch? No. However, content will be added on your website, if you provide it, and it will also be optimized and organized.
Yes, both services are offered at the price of one! You can see the plans here.
It’s hard to tell exactly. It depends on the size of the website, how much content there is to add, the amount of customization, and so on.
Usually, for blogs and small websites (4-5 pages), it can take up to 3 days, if you choose the Premium package, which offers everything needed to launch your website.
Only if you decide not to continue with the project, and there hasn’t been any work done on your website.
The first month of the maintenance and support plans will only cost 17$, instead of 29$ or 39$.
Whenever discounts are offered, a notification will appear on the website and Facebook page.
You can pay using your PayPal account or your debit / credit card on the PayPal checkout page, if you don’t have a PayPal account. An account will not be created with PayPal when paying with your card, unless you want to.
For the maintenance and support subscription plans, a PayPal account is required. You can use your card on the PayPal checkout page, but this time an account will be created, if you don’t have one already.
Canceling your subscription
The maintenance and support services are both under one plan, and you can cancel your subscription at any time.
- Log in to your PayPal account;
- Click the gear icon on the top-right;
- Select Payments;
- Click Manage pre-approved payments;
- Select our subscription and click Cancel.
Suspending your subscription
To suspend your subscription, you’ll need to contact me, and I’ll do it for you.
Anything that you need help with. If you want to install a plugin, or add a new page, or ask a question, and so on, it will be taken care of!
The support service does not cover things that are done frequently, using the same repetitive process (e.g. adding posts, products, and so on).
No, but SiteGround (this is an affiliate link) is strongly recommended!
Depending on the plan you choose, it can be email only, or email and Facebook.
The security part will be handled by a very good, complex, and safe plugin, called iThemes Security. It will be installed and configured when your website will be set up, or when you subscribe for the maintenance and support plan.
Depending on your web host, a free SSL certificate from ‘Let’s Encrypt’ can be installed, which will basically allow your website to use encryption, by using the HTTPS version, instead of HTTP. If the ‘Let’s Encrypt’ SSL certificate will not be available on your host, you can purchase another SSL certificate.
With those two main features in place, you shouldn’t have any problems against bulk or even targeted attacks. Of course, no website can be 100% safe, but unless you upset Anonymous or some other major league hackers, you shouldn’t have problems :D.
Besides backups and updates for WordPress, your theme, and plugins, it offers (for free) essential plugins that handle:
- Page loading time (cache, image optimization, etc.);
- Post revisions control.
For the maintenance and support plans, yes.
As for the WordPress installation packages, the prices can vary depending on the size of the website. Those prices displayed are standard, and apply to small to medium websites. For medium to large and large websites, the prices can increase.
140 chars. Like an old tweet. :D
Depends on the size of the post. I’ll not cluster the posts with them.
Since they’re larger than the sponsored link boxes, fewer will be added per post.