Managed Hosting Provider WPWebHost Adds Jetpack Premium to WordPress Option

June 14, 2018
Managed Hosting Provider WPWebHost Adds Jetpack Premium to WordPress Option
Managed hosting provider WPWebHost has added Jetpack Premium to a new WordPress hosting option. WPWebHost, which has headquarters in Malaysia, was established in 2001. The company is part of the same group which includes Exabytes, a host which is also based in Malaysia. As its name suggests it is a WordPress hosting specialist offering the solution via a high performance and secure premium managed hosting platform. Its services are underpinned by ongoing technical support and ‘100-day money back’ and ‘99.5% server uptime’ guarantees. While most companies charge for Jetpack Premium, WPWebHost is offering it “at no extra charges”.

WordPress is the Internet’s leading Content Management System (CMS) and underpins around 25% of all websites on the Internet. Jetpack is provided by Automattic, the creators of Jetpack has a host of features and enhances WordPress’ design, marketing, and security capabilities. Alongside site stats and analytics tools, and automated social media posting and scheduling options, it offers access to “hundreds of professional themes for any kind”. Jetpack also protects against brute force attacks, spam and malware, and offers daily and real-time site backups. Jetpack Professional generally costs $299 per year. As well as free Jetpack, WPWebHost’s new package comes with a ‘.BLOG’ domain name available free for life.

“Many companies would charge for these services, yet with WPWebHost, they’re all rolled in for free,” suggested Andy Saw, the Chief Product Manager of WPWebHost. “By continually adding new capabilities to our managed WordPress hosting, we’re putting out the word that we’re not done trying to move the needle in this space. We are innovating and delivering value in a crowded market by providing features that set us apart from everyone else.”

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