The WP Butler – Introducing our New Service + Giveaway!

The WP Butler

I am happy to announce our newest service, The WP Butler, offering Professional WordPress Management Services.

Well, what’s that, I hear you ask. In a nutshell, we take care of your WordPress website, doing all the stuff that needs to be done on a regular basis, for you. That includes performing regular and reliable off-site backups, malware scans, uptime monitoring, keeping WordPress and your themes and plugins up-to-date, and beefing up security.

On the more inclusive plans, you also have access to a monthly allotment of development time, to have The WP Butler do whatever you want on your WordPress site, as well as speed and caching improvements and even access to our library of premium plugins such as Gravity Forms and Soliloquy, which we can install for you.

Every client is treated with the courtesy and professionalism that you’d expect from a butler: we’re here to serve you and there’s no question about who’s holding the reigns, so if you don’t know how to maintain your WordPress site, you can’t be bothered, or you just don’t have time, consider having The WP Butler do it for you.

Plans & Pricing

Get a special discount

As a thank you to you for being one of our readers, you can secure yourself a nice little discount on our already reasonable prices. Use coupon code DIWWLAUNCH before the end of February 2013 and you’ll earn a 20% on all plans for as long as your account remains active. That means that you can get your WordPress site maintained for you from as little as $24/mo – not a bad price, when you consider all that’s included.

The giveaway

Before you sign up for service, it may be worthwhile trying your hand at our giveaway: after all, why buy something when you can get it for free!

We’re offering 2 of our readers the Essential plan for 3 months. That should be long enough to get a good feel for the service that we offer, and recognise everything that’s being handled for you, without you even having to ask.

To enter the giveaway, just use the widget below to register your entries, and we’ll pick two winners randomly at the end of the giveaway.

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13 thoughts on “The WP Butler – Introducing our New Service + Giveaway!”

  1. Orkhan says:


    Do you also make posts or pages, lets say on a weekly basis? You know adding posts is what most people are also interested in WordPress management.


    1. Unfortunately not. We don’t really consider that WordPress management: we’re taking care of the maintenance – creating content is an entirely different animal and you need to hire a copywriter that really understands your niche to be able to create content on your behalf.

  2. Joseph Chua says:

    Hi, other than site maintenance, do u also help to remove bugs in the wordpress website? For example, currently the widget page of my website is non-responsive as i can’t expand or add any widget to my widget box.

    1. Some of the plans include development time every month, which you can use for whatever you please (including troubleshooting issues like this). The Essential plan does not include development time, but you can still hire The WP Butler at a reduced development rate, to take on any additional work.

  3. Pranav says:

    The wp butler website is broken. Looks like is not resolving.

    1. Hi Pranav, yes we’re in the process of doing some server maintenance so there might be some hiccups for a while, but we should be back up and running soon. Thanks for the note!

      1. Pranav says:

        I think the issue lied with MaxCDN as one of my site’s cdn functionality also did not work as I verified. I had to disable CDN in W3TC to get the site working fine.

  4. Yarry says:

    So from the content of this post I am assuming its more of a health check maintenance opposed to maintenance like SEO???

    Please reply quick if you can as I may need my website checked out for these kind of problems.


    1. Yes, it’s not an SEO service: it’s above all else for ensuring the integrity of your site, and ensuring that you have an adequate backup to restore from if the worst should happen.

  5. Hi Dave, congratulations on WP Butler. Wondering about site speed. I’m thinking in particular of code compression, javascript minification, etc. — speed fixes that Google recommends but don’t seem to be handled by a plug-in? Tried to find a plug-in that runs Closure Compiler, for example, but it got too techy. Will continue to look around but wanted to leave this comment.

    1. I’ve never heard of Code Compiler, but as for Javascript minification, W3 Total Cache handles that…

      1. Thanks, Dave. I use Quick Cache, which I suppose should handle that, too. Google acts as though minification is needed for speed.

        1. Well, it helps. It gets rid of all the unnecessary characters in your files, making them smaller, and thus, quicker to download.

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