Hire me as your Server and WordPress Administrator
Are you looking for Trustworthy/Professional web administrator to maintain and manage your WordPress backend requirements?
As your website Admin, I'll first build/maintain your WP Web Server, install/migrate your WP site, create Dev, Test, and Staging sites a clone of your Live Site (All at your Server). The Designers will design on the dev site and test their work at the test site. All WP/Plugins updates/upgrades will be tested on Staging site before rolling them on the Live site.
I'll build basic Apache Web Server, Install/migrate WordPress, manage users access, configure security plugins, backups, keep the site tuned up by continuously checking plugins and WP updates, virus/spam removal, and Cloudflare setup/management.
The Basic Package + Building and Maintaining High Performance Optimized Nginx Web and Database Server, Database and site optimization, capable to host multiple WP Sites using VPS+SSD.
All the above + OS, Service, and Application Hardening against cyber attacks. Optimized VPS+SSD Ideal for eCommerce sites and PCI compliant.
Are you WordPress designer or developer?
No. As Cloud Architect, I will be the man who takes care of your WP infrastructure requirements such Web and database servers performance, security and backup needs, users access control, updates and upgrades, & so on.
Do you maintain sites on shared hosting accounts?
I am sorry, I won't waste your time and money maintaining your site on shared-hosting account. Once we make a deal, I'll build your own dedicated Virtual-Server using solid Cloud-hosting platforms such AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, Vultr, DigitalOcean, or Linode and provide you with free site migration
Do you know Affordable, Fast, and Reliable VPS+SSD Hosting?
Yes I do, I'll evaluate your Site & recommend 3 or 4 types to choose, they start by $10/M for Personal Site, $20/M for Midsize website or blog, and $40/M for small to midsize eCommerce Site.
How will you manage my WordPress Designers and Developers Access?
Designers/Developers will access Only the Dev and Test clone sites. Once you approve the changes, I will roll it at the staging clone site for final test, then finally sync the changes with the production site. Not happy with any of designers/developers, I'll deny their access.
How will you manage my Domains, Websites, Server, and Accounts Credentials?
I'll share with you an encrypted Secure Dropbox Folder with Secure Excel encrypted sheet which will hold all your website credentials, settings, and information. Therefore, any professional can handle the work after my setup.
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