At Webfuel we host most of our websites on our scalable cloud CMS which is based on the open source Microsoft stack. However we often have requests to take over the hosting, backup and administration for sites hosted on the popular WordPress CMS.
If you have a WordPress website, but you're not 100% happy with your current hosting or support arrangements then we'd be happy to discuss the advantages of moving the site over to our platform.
Our WordPress sites are hosted on a scalable cloud infrastructure just like the rest of our software, so they automatically scale up additional servers to cope with demand to ensure you don't lose visitors or sales. They are also backed up on daily basis for your peace of mind. Best of all you get support and advice whenever you need it.
Of course you will have access to your site via the WordPress control panel so you can update and add content or posts from any browser. We can also offer cost effective updates to your site, both content and themes. We can perform updates on an ad-hoc basis or as part of a monthly plan.
If you'd like to discuss what we can offer please give us a call 01509 852 188 .
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