A carefully chosen selection of companies which we have used and recommend. You'll be in safe hands with any of these services.
SiteGround is an excellent host for WooCommerce sites and provides useful features like free WordPress installation, free website transfer, auto-updates and 24/7 phone support. They even offer daily backups and free Cloudflare CDN services. SiteGround is very affordable and offers a ton of features for the price.
BlogVault is a company dedicated to making your website’s backups and security easy and manageable. They mitigate the risk that comes from website crashes, malware and hacks to give you peace of mind, with a 90 day archive to recover from any mistake. It has the ability to deploy a staging site on the fly with one-click – a great way to test plugin and theme updates before implementing on a live site. An excellent plugin for any WooCommerce store.
For any kind of custom WordPress and WooCommerce development – you’ll find experts available to assist on Codeable. They’ve hand-picked world class talent so that you can rest easy knowing that your job will be done correctly. With a 28-day bug fixing warranty, if you spot anything you can let the developer know.
Weglot is the simplest way to make any site multilingual – on any platform, WordPress or otherwise. Weglot can automatically translate your site’s content – and via its powerful interface – allow you to change individual translations should you wish to. You can collaborate with your team or order professional translations. Augustin and Max have built up an excellent service. Read Create and Code’s Weglot Review here.
WP Buffs is a remote team that will help you with WordPress tasks at any time of the day. So if you need design edits done, full site backups, or someone to keep an eye on your store and make sure updates are done and security is tight – WP Buffs can help. They work with plenty of WooCommerce sites and are a great service for any store owner.
Design Bombs is an excellent WordPress resource for designers, developers, and really anyone who works with the platform. It includes coding tips, plugin reviews and news of all of the latest developments within the WordPress community.