The one-stop shop for all your WordPress needs.
- Create New Templates
- Install and Configure Plugins
- Fix Performance Issues
- Rollout Ecommerce
- Integrate with MarTech Products
- Launch Complete Sites
Free Estimate. No obligation to hire. 100% risk-free.
CREATE NEW TEMPLATES
We work with Divi, Avada, Elementor, Beaver Builder, Ultra, StudioPress and pretty much most of the top WordPress Themes. If you are looking to launch a new template or modify an existing one, we can help you with it. Of course, if you are on an entirely custom theme, we can help you with that too.
INSTALL AND CONFIGURE PLUGINS
FIX PERFORMANCE ISSUES
We can help you with a Woocommerce launch or install plugins to extend your ecommerce capabilities.
BUILD LANDING PAGES
Need a landing page to support campaigns? We are experts in quickly launching landing pages that are blazing fast, effectively capture leads and reduce bounce rates. We also connect them with your analytics platform, event tracking and other MarTech platforms.
INTEGRATE WITH MARTECH PRODUCTS
Do you need to track your campaign conversions properly? Do you need to send your captured leads directly to a CRM product? Want to run A/B tests? Do you need to integrate your email campaigns with your landing pages? We can help with all these and more.
LAUNCH NEW SITES
Do you have a design in mind and are looking for a partner to launch a site? We typically launch in 2-4 weeks. We can also host it for you for a small monthly fee.
How we price projects
Project quotes will vary based on complexity, urgency and scope of the job. Use this Pricing Calculator to get a sense. In general, our hourly rates will be in the $50-$70 per hour as we provide a fixed-cost quote to you.
Sometimes you have a bunch of work you want to get done and quoting for each job might be cumbersome. For such occasions, you can subscribe to our monthly plans.
You can cancel with a 30-day notice at any time.
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Anything from small tasks and fixes (404 errors, plugin not working as expected, slow database optimizations, white screen of death fixes) through server and website maintenance work (website migrations, theme and plugin updates, speed and security optimizations) to full custom development work (custom theme/plugin development, new website design and development).
We will provide a fixed price estimate for each project. This estimate is typically based on the total scope to be completed, complexity, and urgency. Our typical rates range USD $50-70 per hour. You can view some sample projects and cost estimates on our pricing page.
Typically in 3-5 hours.
It depends on how you define urgent really. On average, it takes around 3-5 hours for us to start reviewing and engaging with your project and around 22-24 hours for a project to be fully scoped and estimated.
Yes, we do have a money-back policy. Based on what was mutually agreed, you will receive either a partial or full refund.
There is no time-frame within which you can request a refund due to non-delivery of work, as long as the project has not been marked as complete. If you do mark the project as complete, we won’t be able to issue a refund after that.
No, it’s entirely free and there is absolutely no obligation to hire us.
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