We’re proud of the level of support we provide. We go out of our way to solve your WordPress issues and we always leave your code better than we found it. When we’re not solving issues we’re proactively looking for ways we can improve your website.
We test and deploy bug fixes, new features, improved performance and feature enhancements to keep your websites security and features up to date. We also take backups, scan for malware, provide training and more to help keep your website running smoothly.
WP Shrug was founded by Steven Watts in 2015. We are based in Cambridge and we serve clients throughout the UK. We provide WordPress support, site care and small fixes for charities, not-for-profit organisations, individuals & businesses. We love keeping WordPress websites up to date to ensure that they're secure and bug free which enables website owners to focus on creating content and growing their business.
WP Shrug takes care of your WordPress updates, backups, security and more. When you need something fixing, or need help and advice our support team are happy to assist you via email and live chat.
Whether you need to focus on active projects, or want to keep existing clients satisfied whilst attracting new business, WP Shrug can take care of the technical tedious tasks to keep everyone happy.
If you need a WordPress expert look no further. Stevens communication and responsiveness are great and that has helped drive projects forward for my clients – highly recommended.
WP Shrug changed a non existent webpage to now one of our main recourses of business referrals. Not only did this improve business sales, but more importantly gave a good impression of us even before the next customer walked in.
Steven helped me with my WordPress website in terms of speed and security. He was very clear and friendly. I am very happy with his service and will get in touch with him whenever I need any help with with my WordPress website!
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