Imagine this: Your WordPress website loads extremely fast. It is completely backed up daily and is guaranteed against getting hacked. When there is a WordPress upgrade, your site is updated automatically. You have a magic button to push if anything goes wrong on your site that restores it to normal with one single click — just like Time Machine on a Mac.
Sound like a nerd fairy tale? Yes, but thankfully it’s a real-life fairy tale, and it’s possible for YOU with the managed WordPress hosting company WP Engine.
Quick Side Note: WP Engine is an avid sponsor of WordCamps across the country, supporting the WordPress community and contributing to the success of WordPress with business owners just like you. I’ve had a chance to speak with some team members at WordCamps, and while we really like their approach to WordPress hosting, we also really like the people behind it too — that’s why we are also a proud affiliate.
WP Engine specializes in high performance WordPress hosting.
They have custom built and tuned their servers specifically to achieve performance, scalability, and security for WordPress powered websites. Over the last several months we have launched many of our clients’ new custom WordPress sites on WP Engine and are quite happy with the results.
Each site loads quickly, is completely backed up each day, and WordPress is upgraded automatically. Plus, security is guaranteed — and that magic button I mentioned to restore a site with one click? Yep. It does exist in the customer support panel; although I haven’t had to use it yet (thankfully).
Need to take a test drive to be convinced that WP Engine is right for you? Take a look at any of the four sites below that we recently created. Each of them is a custom WordPress theme on the Genesis Framework, hosted at WP Engine.
The extra investment over a typical shared hosting plan is well worth it to us and our clients knowing that their sites will always load quickly and they will remain safe and secure with the backup and security measures included with every WP Engine account.
How much is peace of mind with your website worth to you?