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  1. edJapy
    edJapy March 15, 2016 at 02:46 | | Reply

    Increasingly popular is an understatement. I see these types of services popping up daily it seems. It’s hard to tell how they are different sometimes. i prefer more of a ‘management’ service instead of pure ‘maintenance.’ People like http://wpsitecare.com and http://wphero.io seem to provide this, with suggestions & expertise and more bang for your buck. WP Assistant looks expensive ($64 for plugin updates and $224 for 1 hour of development work/month?!?). Wow. wpsitecare starts @ $79 and wphero starts @ $39. This article seems more like a paid advertisement compared to last year’s article on this topic: https://wpmayor.com/wordpress-maintenance-services/

    1. Jeff Brukheimer
      Jeff Brukheimer April 28, 2016 at 15:57 | | Reply

      Actually, @edJapy. this is pretty much wrong. It seems WP Assistant is slightly cheaper, and provides more than what you state. $64 is for all around WordPress Security plus updating, maintaining and more. Not sure where you’re getting that information. It’s clearly stated on their website.

  2. Adam b
    Adam b April 28, 2016 at 06:18 | | Reply

    Hi! $64 to update plugins also Includes WordPress updates and adding security, web backups etc. For those who has had issues updating something, that can be very annoying when a plugin breaks the whole site.

    As for the $224 that’s for everything, an hour web work, web training and tutorials, talking to web hosts, updating, security. Wp assistant is actually cheaper than wp site care by a little.

  3. Fred Sessoms
    Fred Sessoms July 27, 2017 at 22:35 | | Reply

    Looks like they are no longer around.

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