As WordPress continues to grow, more and more people are turning to WordPress maintenance services to provide support for their site outside the scope of support they might receive from their managed WordPress host or Plugin / Theme provider. Customers who might be interested in these types of maintenance plans are people who might not be as technically inclined who want to gain the benefits of using WordPress as a platform for their site without having to worry about constantly updating plugins because of security concerns, need peace of mind of having someone look after site backups and monitoring for downtime and so on. These types of WordPress maintenance companies typically offer various levels of support which might include : Small fixes – Plugin or Theme clashes etc Core WordPress Updates Update of Plugins and Themes Backups Website Monitoring Performance Optimization This is a huge growth area for WordPress companies at the moment, as seen by companies who make their statistics public, so I thought I would take a look at some of the available services and see what they currently offer. WPCurve WPCurve are one of the largest companies in this space, with over 800 customers they
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