Managed WordPress Hosting

Managed WordPress Security

Managed WordPress hosting is a form of hosting solution that gives your WordPress site access to the most potent technologies to ensure that it is both quick and secure.

We handle a variety of hosting-related tasks, including: WordPress updates, security audits, and backups.

  • - Hosting
  • - Theme Builder (Brizy)
  • - Security Plugins
  • - SEO Plugin
  • - Automation Plugin
  • - Snapshot Plugin
  • - Backup plugin linked to your google drive
  • - Malware Scanner
  • - Vulnarability scanner
  • - basic troubleshooting
  • - update of themes, plugins and WordPress core
Starting from KES. 999 Add to cart

Is WordPress really free?

The WordPress program is open source and totally free. Right now, if you wanted to, you could visit WordPress.org and download the complete, unrestricted WordPress software for free.

WordPress has hidden costs.

Three additional fees, besides hosting and a domain name, are:

  1. Plugins
  2. Themes
  3. Professional development and support services

Plugins

Right now, there are thousands of free plugins available if you visit WordPress.org. In our experience, you can typically find a free plugin that will do the job unless you're searching for extremely particular functionality.

It's important to keep in mind that many of these plugins are free versions of paid-for programs and do not have all the features that their more expensive counterparts provide. If you require access to features you cannot otherwise obtain, those pricier editions may occasionally be worthwhile.

If you start exploring for premium plugins, you'll see that many of them have yearly license prices of $20 to $30.

Themes

You have thousands of free options when it comes to WordPress themes, just like with plugins.

Professional development and support services

There is no justification for why you should have to pay for professional development or support if you have prior experience using WordPress. However, you might need to take out your wallet if you run into technological problems that you can't fix on your own.

According to data from Upwork, developers typically charge between $30 and $75 per hour for bespoke WordPress work. However, keep in mind that websites like Upwork tend to skew rates toward the lower end of the range.

This implies that you may incur additional expenditures of several hundred dollars if you ever find yourself in a situation where you need to work on a custom project or troubleshoot with a professional developer. Fortunately, support services are frequently far less expensive, and there are numerous internet resources for free support as well.


Best alternatives to WordPress

  • Squarespace (Beautiful templates, especially for creatives)
  • Zyro (Great range of tools, easy to use)
  • Weebly (Easy to use and offers a free plan)
  • Shopify (Great for eCommerce stores)