We practice customer-driven development and we help clients with bespoke performance problems. Read on to discover the various ways in which you can hire WP Intense. We want you to never have to worry about WordPress performance ever again.
We offer this subsidized development option for any features or code that will benefit our plugins.
This is effectively a queue-jumping pass. If you pay for a feature request to be implemented, it will be prioritised before other feature requests and you’ll get to help control the direction and implementation of the feature.
Since this development helps others and helps our plugins, we charge a third of the hourly rate we would normally charge for development work AND we offer a guaranteed fixed price meaning we take on the risk of it taking longer or being more complicated than anticipated.
Anyone who pays for subsidised development gets upgraded to super-user status on our discord server, gets a thank you in our change-logs and readme.txt files and a mention in the dev diary for that release.
Pack installation & Config
We would prefer it if you install and configure the Super Speedy Pack plugins yourself but we know that sometimes some people want a helping hand. If that’s you, you can purchase our Pack Installation service and have us install the plugins on your behalf. This service is also subsidised since during the installation we may take snippets of screenshots to help improve our documentation in the hope that fewer people in future will require this service.
Please be aware that we don’t wish to do this directly on your live site – please provide a staging or development server for us where we can perfect the installation and then we can copy the settings to your live site when ready.
Video consultancy is also available to talk about anything performance-related directly with Dave Hilditch, our founder.
We have many clients who have massive imports they wish to run. Sometimes they opt to pay us to tune their imports for them.
We don’t tend to take on custom development work unless it benefits our plugins in some way, but in some scenarios we may do so.