35% of all internet websites run on WordPress. While that is a huge portion, nobody said all those sites run smoothly. In reality the opposit is true. My mission is to change that. At least by an inch. Are you with me?
Are you experiencing slowness when browsing your site? Or even worse getting 50x server errors? WordPress is often blamed to be slow, but in reality many of these 'pseudo' problems can be solved by proper setup and good coding practices.
Are you not happy with your current hosting services? Are you spending too much time trying to explain to support guys about the issue you are having and getting nowhere? I've got experience hosting and managing sites, where traffic ranges from few hundred to thousands of users a day. The biggest spike I noticed was around 700.000 users a day.
I've been working with WordPress CMS since 2006. During that time I've worked on different projects which range from smaller websites for individuals to big news sites where daily traffic between 100k - 300k uniques a day isn't rare.
WordPress is often blamed to be slow, but in reality many of these ‘pseudo’ problems can be solved by proper setup and good coding practices. During my career I’ve had the opportunity to work with different hosts and clients around the globe. Surprisingly many core issues which are slowing down the website can be relatively easily mitigated by changing server setup, WordPress setup or changing the way, how different site features are implemented.
In case you’ve got doubts about things being handled properly or you just simply want to make sure your site is in the best possible shape, feel free to get in touch to discuss.
Having a stable hosting environment is a must and is basically a prerequisite for having a speedy website. I’ve got experience providing hosting services for a wide range of clients and websites with different needs where traffic ranges from a few hits a day to hundreds of thousands a day.
Just to give you an idea, here is an example of a hosting environment:
Feel free to get in touch in case you are interested in more technical details.
I’ve been working with WordPress CMS since 2006 and WordPress definitely proved itself to be a good starting point for different projects and scenarios. I’ve had the opportunity to take a leading role (or was part of the team during the development stage) for different sorts of builds, such as:
Should you have any questions/thoughts you’d like to discuss, feel free to get in touch.
Let’s face it. Managing website content is tough on its own. I am here to help, to bring you back to sanity, to let you breathe again. And I don’t ask you to prepay a package or to subscribe.
Finding efficient solutions requires a unique approach to each client. A basic audit of your current setup is needed in order to give you an accurate quote. Ask for a free audit and see what can be improved!
Slow loading of site can be caused by different factors and doesn't necessarily always have to be hosting related. Let me review your current setup and highlight possible solutions to speed up your web presentation. Results can be easily measured by some external service such as webpagetest.org or Google PageSpeed Insights
Having a stable hosting and an efficiently setup environment is a must and is basically a prerequisite for having your site running smoothly. In case your current host doesn't meet todays standards (HTTP 2, free SSL, daily backups, PHP 7.4, SSD drives etc.) feel free to get in touch for more information and a free quote with no obligations.
WordPress is often great starting point for many projects. I've got experience running different high traffic systems from this CMS such as advertising management, content recommendations or football predictors. Do you have any custom functionality in mind which requires special treatment? Feel free to get in touch to discuss.
During the last few years, there’s been more and more clients coming to me asking for hosting/WordPress related advice and that’s how WP Advisor was born. There’s simply a common pattern for all. A client starts a website using some well-known hosting provided usually by some bigger company. Once reaching a certain point in terms of traffic, the site starts struggling. Instead of trying first to look at the root cause of problems, people are usually advised to upgrade to a virtual or dedicated machine, which makes sense in a way.
It works for a while, but sooner or later, clients end up with a slow/not working website again, paying £200-£300 a month and not really getting any extra attention or treatment. This is exactly the scenario where I can help – setting up a reliable hosting environment, with proper setup, professional advice related to the WordPress platform and an individual approach to each client.
I am here to help. Feel free to get in touch.
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