Here are some real life success stories of starting a wordpress maintenance services:
1. Work Hero ($146K/year)
Kevin Koskella (from Austin, Texas, USA) started Work Hero over 4 years ago.
2. WP Manager ($72K/year)
Jason Correia (from London, England, United Kingdom) started WP Manager over 5 years ago.
Hi, I’m Jason Correia. Founder of WP Manager, a WordPress Maintenance Subscription Service based in the UK.
We’ve come a long way since our initial launch. Since the initial concept came about, we’ve tripled our core team size and established a solid recurring revenue stream from a loyal customer base and built a well-respected reputation in the U.K for being one of the most trusted WordPress site care and support providers. Our growth has been strong, even throughout extremely uncertain times this year and we are now at a point of launching and developing some exciting new product features and services for our customers which we believe will further extend our reach in the U.K and into new and lucrative markets.
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4. ThriveWP ($57.6K/year)
Gavin Pedley (from Redruth, UK) started ThriveWP over 5 years ago.
Hey! I am Gavin, founder of ThriveWP, a WordPress Maintenance service based in the UK that provides WordPress website management, maintenance, hosting, malware removal and general WordPress support.
If essential maintenance tasks are ignored or attempted without good knowledge, you leave yourself open to being hacked or end up with a broken website. That's where a service like ours comes in.
5. WP Creative ($1.2M/year)
Nirmal Gyanwali (from Sydney NSW, Australia) started WP Creative over 7 years ago.
Hi there, My name is Nirmal Gyanwali, and I am the founder of Nirmal Web Studio based in Sydney, Australia.
We have gradually grown from 2 people to 25 global teams aligned with our purpose and vision in these last five years. And the team currently helps more than 100 clients to grow their business and achieve their online goals.
6. Site Alert ($7.2K/year)
Trevor Ewen (from Minneapolis, MN, USA) started Site Alert over 1 year ago.
Site Alert was acquired by the team at Southport Ventures in April 2021. Although we are not the founders, we have found a good home for this great product. We purchased the product from Frank Corso, a dedicated and vigilant developer that wanted it to end up in good hands. We liked the metrics, the customer base, and the quality of the codebase. This was an easy deal to love, and the business has only grown since we purchased it.
Since our April 2021 acquisition, we’ve continued to run it well over 50% net profit margin while also growing it 51%.
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