Top Five Reasons Why You Should Pay for WordPress Setup

We all know you can get a free version of WordPress to use as a website or blog at WordPress.com, but is it really worth it? Free is great but is it a value to your business? Here are some reasons why we think you should consider paying to get a WordPress website or blog set up and customized for you.

  1. Security – You don’t have access to backup plugins in a free WordPress blog or site that will allow you to backup your posts.  With our set up packages it is an automatic!
  2. Time – Even though WordPress is pretty easy, there is still a learning curve.  Trained experts such as ourselves can quickly do work that would take you days to figure out.  This means a professional paid set up is relatively low cost compared to your own time spent.
  3. Options – With all of our WordPress setup packages we include some plugins pre-installed for you.  However, you have access to the entire plugin library and you can easily add more as you need them.
  4. Professionalism – You can’t beat having the options of the top quality WordPress layouts and customizations of colors, images, logos and more to make your WordPress site or blog look like your company branding.

In short paying for professional WordPress set up is a smart idea for business owners and individuals who value their time.  The great thing about WordPress is once it is set up properly you can get back in the drivers seat and add, change and move around widgets, plugins, colors and more.  We’ve created a library of how-to videos to assist our clients and the public on how to better use WordPress.

For more information on our WordPress site setup packages you can visit our RightStart website.  Our packages start at three easy payments of $49.50.  What a deal!

About Melanie Moore Bermudez

Melanie oversees the design, basic HTML, CSS structure and layout of websites. She also heads the marketing and sales campaigns for the company, and provides support and feedback to SonicSpider's clients throughout their project development. Melanie has been with the company since its inception in 2003. She graduated with honors from the University of California, Irvine with a BA in fine arts specializing in painting and critical art theory. She received her Masters in Fine Arts from Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA. In addition to her work at SonicSpider, she also works in arts education in Pasadena, Glendale and Beverly Hills. Melanie is an advocate for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) and is a team member of The STEAM Journal out of Claremont Graduate University.
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