WordPress Website Support

Allow us to do what we do best so that you can focus on what you do best
My name is Martin and I’m the founder of Reach More Business in Sittingbourne, Kent.

Your website is the window to your customers and prospects.

The web never stops – it’s open for business 24/7 and everyone seems to know when your website changes or doesn’t quite work properly – especially your competitors!

What provisions have you in place to narrow down the risk of your world not looking quite right?

All wordpress websites need looking after – not maintaining your website could affect how you are perceived by your public and it could also damage your ability to rank for the keywords that help you generate enquiries from your visitors.

If you crashed your car – the majority of us (I know not all) have car insurance.

Have you made sure your website could be up and running when it hits a bump in the road?

Don’t fear – we can help reduce your risk.

Not only do we fix you up if your website has a bump – we use tools to stop an accident happening before it does.

Fancy having a chat to discover how we can help. Just book a call.

You could watch a few YouTube videos or have a Google I guess and try to fix it yourself?

OR leave your WordPress website support in our capable hands.

We also can add new features to your website such as eCommerce, job board, online scheduling, case studies, testimonials, forum or blog, and any other features important to your target audience and business.

Especially when you realise that your website is probably your most valuable staff member.

Your website is your 27/7 "shop window" or perhaps, more importantly, you could look at it as your 24-hour-a-day salesperson

All the WordPress Website Support You'll Ever Need

Are you looking for a full-time team to support or enhance your WordPress website?

Premium Hosting

You rely on your website as it can be a crucial tool for your company.

Downtime costs your business. We promise 99% uptime with 24-hour monitoring.

Our server has multiple backup locations, with other redundancy solutions in place. 

Website Analytics

If it is worth doing, then it’s worth measuring!

And web analytics IS worth doing.

We use it to measure your website’s performance, it provides actionable insights into visitor behaviour so we can optimise the user experience and increase your conversions.

WordPress Support

We’re available to answer any of your questions and help you to accomplish your objectives.

All you need to do is tell us what you want or need in terms of functionality, and we’ll figure out how we can get what’s in your head on the screen and get it done. We love the challenge!

Website Backups

Websites can get infected with malware or they become a victim of ransomware attacks.

While we provide security solutions included in our care plans.

We also make daily backups of your site so we can restore your website to its previous “healthy” version with hardly any downtime.

Security Protection

With more than 50,000 websites getting hacked daily. And around 43% of cybercrimes are targeted against small businesses.

We’ve invested in the proper firewalls and other security precautions to scan your website to make sure is secure. We have a protocol in place should malware threaten your site.

Software Updates

If you’re familiar with WordPress, you already know that it is constantly evolving along with new technology and the latest trends.

You can rest assured that our care plans will keep your website software and it’s plugins up to date with the latest versions and ensure they’re all operating as they should for performance and security

Web Support

Need to revise a few lines or add a paragraph or two on a page?

Got a more current or want to add a photo?

Add or update an event or product?

Contact us and we’ll have your changes made within 48 hours.

Content Support

We don’t just create websites then “set-it-and-forget-it” and run, they are not made to be.

You should continually be updating your site and adding new content to keep it fresh and current.

Just send us any new material and we’ll put it online. Simples!

Monthly Q&A Call

We’re here to help remember?

So, if you have any WordPress related (or other technology) questions?

Or maybe you need help to get a particular page on your website to look or function in a certain way? Just ask away!

WordPress Website Support & Maintenance Prices

We offer a bespoke service and provide a custom solution based on a discovery call with yourself - but we know that some people like to see guide prices

Website Care

Including Website Hosting Per Site

£ 200
Per month
  • £1000+ Premium License Plugins​
  • WordPress & Plugin Updates (Weekly)
  • 24/7 Uptime Monitoring
  • Daily Cloud Backups
  • Daily Security
  • Monthly Performance Report
  • Database Optimisation (Weekly)
  • Malware Protection & Removal
  • Unlimited Website Changes

Website Care Plus

Includes our £200 Care Plan+

£ 600
Per month
  • Unlimited Website Changes*
  • Strategy Workshops (Every Quarter)
  • Website Review (Every Quarter)
  • Strategy Implementation
  • Priority Support

* Subject to our "Fair Use" policy

Ecommerce Add-on

This is in addition to either care plan

£ 50
Per month

Not sure which web design package is right for you and your business?

How to Get Started?

It's Simple, Let's Start

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Still have some WordPress Website Support Questions?

Let's get some answers to some frequently asked questions about WordPress Website Support

We used to support Joomla! and other CMS' but now we only work exclusively with WordPress so that we can offer a better level and consistent product for our clients. (If your website is not on WordPress and are looking to upgrade to this robust, powerful platform. Then fear not, we can help migrate your site.)

After all, it powers over 35% of the web and it can be used for so much more than just blogging.

Here's another fun fact, it is also the fastest website platform and Forbes, Spotify, The New York Times are just some of the most visited websites built on WordPress as well as over 25% of all eCommerce websites.

We are here to help you resolve a multitude of issues on your website, we can also add new features, improve the website's performance, even fix it if it gets hacked, and so much more.

Once we have onboarded your company's website we can then offer you one of our care plan packages (and like car insurance) it will cover most of the items you would be looking for.

Not sure. Let's take a look!

But, generally, if it's on WordPress and it passes our diagnostic testing process to ensure we can successfully onboard it to one of our WordPress website support care plans, we'd be happy to.

Give us a call on 01795 704 999 or drop us a note.

The short answer would be yes, a care plan is essential for a healthy, up to date, secure WordPress website.

It covers all of the main items like regular backups (even if you don't add pages or other content), it needs security and performance scans running daily, plugin updates and malware protection, and more. So because of these fundamental tasks before we work on any new website we need to ensure that it is 100% stable prior to taking it on.

When onboarding your website to our care plan, we would first various diagnostic test (like an MOT for your car) to ensure it has properly licensed software and a bunch of other techie stuff I don't want to bore you with - but if you want to know you only need to ask and Martin will gladly go into full details, and if you ask nicely he can record it in case you need help sleeping!

Joking aside, it is because of the needing to know everything about your website, why we DO NOT provide ad-hoc support of any kind for broken sites or feature requests for any website that are not on one of our care plans.

The only thing we can do is offer you some "ad-hoc" consultancy advice based on an agreed fee and set of conditions that would need to be signed for and approved by the top-level management.

Yes, we pride ourselves on transparent open communication and this doesn't stop at support.

We don't like email ping pong, we like ticketing systems that log everything we do and the feedback you give. This is for the benefit of both parties.

Even though we give you the ability to open your own support request, We generally would raise a ticket on your behalf if you email us directly, if you call us or if you used the chat facility that we install on your website.

In most cases, our services would be covered under one of our monthly care plans.

Although any additional work that falls outside the scope of one of our set plans, our hourly rate is £125

We bill in quarter-hour increments and provide detailed invoicing.

Our Service Level Agreement for our support team to respond back to you would be within 2 business hours on any support requests.

We'll also provide an estimated time and get your approval before commencing any work.

For any hosting-related issues or services, these are covered by your care plan. and we would typically resolve these items as they arise.

When we start our onboarding process to get your website onto your care plan, a lot of effort goes into making sure that it's all set up properly, all of the software is updated, stable, and secure, and that there are no skeletons in the closet.

We also have a transitional process that equally takes time and effort. Because of this, we would require at least a 3-month commitment from you for either of our care plans to cover the time and effort we would spend getting you up and running.

After that, you are free to cancel at any time before the end of your billing cycle.

If your website is built with WordPress (or pretty much any other Content Management system such as Joomla for example, then yes.

It really isn't WordPress's fault or any other software for that matter...As various server-side software gets an upgrade the platforms' core functionality may also change slightly and WordPress has just grown so fast. There are over 55,000 WordPress add-ons (known as plugins) and it also powers 35% of the web.

For this reason, it's the biggest hacker target on the planet along with Joomla.

All websites require some form of maintenance and upkeep, they are just like cars. You must change the oil, rotate the tires, change wiper blades, and put in any other required repairs if you want to be able to reliably get from A to B.

In our experience, a solid WordPress Care Plan must include at the very minimum.

  • Weekly Plugin updates
  • 24/7 Uptime monitoring
  • Security scans
  • Performance scans
  • Daily Backups

Plugin updates are generally a roll of the dice thing. We've had to emergency patch about 4 plugins in a week to a website manually that had a "zero-day" security vulnerability issue.

There have been other times where there have only been 5 security issues per year on certain websites.

Barring security patches in mind (of which there are many), there are mainly 2 factors as to how often one or more of your website plugins may need to be updated.

  1. The number of plugins that you have installed on your website. The more plugins you have = The more chances of potential security patches that need to be applied.
  2. And the type of plugins you have installed. Certain plugins are better than others. They're well maintained and well coded.

It is very common that a business website may have between 15 - 30 plugins installed (sometimes more) and they can require up to 10 - 20 individual updates per month.

There are over 55,000 plugins to choose from in WordPress and some need to be updated on a weekly basis.

Saying that it's not all bad news...within the last year or so since we've started providing weekly plugin updates for our clients. We've had two security issues that got through. The good news with those issues was they used the same plugin and both websites where fixed within less than 4 hours with no data loss.

It is not uncommon for conflicts to happen between your website's theme, plugins, and WordPress itself.

These conflicts can take down your website, causing "THE WHITE SCREEN OF DEATH" which is usually a server error and may require a restoration of your website or maybe replacement of a plugin.

If your website is no longer working because of a plugin update, fear not just contact us and we'll take a look.

Note: Any clients on any of our monthly Care Plans should not be updating plugins themselves. Because, well, that's our job 🙂


We offer three different care plans and we are more than willing to accommodate any other future growth needs of any of our clients'. You can either contact us to discuss or simply start off small and upgrade as needed.

Everything you see listed above is included in our Care Plans. We realise that some of this is going to sound like techno-babel mumbo jumbo.

We don't do hidden costs, Admin fees, credit card fees, etc.

We believe in trust and transparency and any additional costs would be made clear from the get-go.

We are here to help. And if there is anything that you are unclear of, now or in the future of our working relationship, then please feel free to email us at [email protected] and we'll be happy to clear things up.

We partner with various hosting companies such as Cloudways, SiteGround and Kinsta, and are in the top 2 managed WordPress hosting companies in the world.

Other companies such as HeartInternet, LCN, GoDaddy, Hostgator, Bluehost, etc aren't even in the same league when it comes to performance, security, and support.

And with almost all of our clients based in the United Kingdom, and more importantly, so are their customers. We will always select a datacenter that is closest to your target audience (for speed) and can enable CDN for a major performance increase.

Yes we can, and is included, However, hosting your email with a web design agency is so 1999...don't you know.

We would recommend hosting your email with an enterprise solution such as Microsoft Office 365 or G Suite (Google's Business Email).

Your email always needs to end in your company name (no Hotmail or Gmail) and we can assist you with your G Suite emails. However, you will be paying them directly so that you get their enterprise-level support.

Our team's headquarters is located in Sittingbourne which is in Kent, We also have home-based offices locally in Kent. Email us at [email protected] or call: 01795 704 999 for support.

Once we have gathered the relevant details, We can usually get you set up within 2-3 business days.

Yes, again we would like to discuss the needs and run an audit but we are familiar with WooCommerce and we would gladly support it and the extra care plan activities would only be £50 additional per month.

We recommend our clients should always take ownership and make payment of their domain name.

As your domain name is by far the most important point of access to your website and more valuable that the website itself (if the website is obviously backed up somewhere that is).

Since a domain name typically costs £15 or less per year we would recommend that you should renew your domain name for up to 5 years at a time as well as putting several alerts in your calendar.

It really is THAT important.

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