WordPress Maintenance Services in Munich

WordPress Maintenance Services in Munich. Different plans for different websites. Are you looking to hire a professional to maintain your WordPress website? Whether you have a simple presentation site or a complex one, I can provide monthly, weekly and daily updates, support, and reports to make sure your WordPress site is kept in the best condition.

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Software Updates

  • WordPress Core
  • Plugins
  • Themes
  • PHP version
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Security

  • Sitewide Security Audits
  • 24/7 Malware Scanning
  • Hack Remediation and Cleanup
  • Web Application Firewall Setup
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Backups

  • Scheduled Monthly, Weekly or Daily
  • Secure Cloud Backup Storage
  • Access and Option to Download the Backup
  • Free Backup Restoration
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Content Updates

  • Blog Posts
  • Page Edits
  • Content Creation
  • Media compression
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Tracking and Reporting

  • Monthly Action Reports
  • SEO, Security and Performance Recommendations
  • Downtime Reports
  • Hacking Attempts 24/7 Reports
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Hosting

  • Migration
  • Performance Optimization
  • Tech Support Management
  • Troubleshooting
Pricing plan

WordPress Maintenance Packages

Basic Plan

$87

Full Website Backup: Monthly

Safely WordPress Core Update: Weekly

Theme, Plugins and PHP Update: Weekly

Test Links and Contact Form: One time

Security and Hack-Proof: One time

WordPress Recovery: When it’s required

Support Time/mo: 30 minutes

Response Time: Within 72h

Standard Plan

$174

Full Website Backup: Weekly

Safely WordPress Core Update: Weekly

Theme, Plugins and PHP Update: Weekly

Test Links and Contact Form: Monthly

Security and Hack-Proof: One time

WordPress Recovery: When it’s required

WordPress Security report: Weekly

Publish Articles (+ SEO + recommendations): 4 articles/month

Support Time/mo: 60 minutes

Response Time: Within 48h

Premium Plan

$348

Full Website Backup: Daily

Safely WordPress Core Update: Daily

Theme, Plugins and PHP Update: Daily

Test Links and Contact Form: Weekly

Security and Hack-Proof: One time

WordPress Recovery: When it’s required

WordPress Security report: Weekly

WordPress SEO report: Weekly

WordPress Recovery: When it’s required

Publish Articles (+ SEO + recommendations): 2 articles/week

Website Speed Test

Support Time/mo: 120 minutes

Response Time: Within 24h

Free WordPress Migration: 1/mo

IMPORTANT NOTES (READ BEFORE BUY):

  1. There is a non-refundable clause at point no. 8 from the FAQ list. Make sure you read the FAQ before buying this service. You can find the WordPress maintenance FAQ list on each product page, from the WordPress Maintenance category.
  2. If you choose to buy for an entire year, you get 2 months of maintenance for FREE.

Munich – The Secret Capital (Heimliche Hauptstadt)

Munich is the capital city of the State of Bavaria, Germany. Located on the banks of the Isar River, the city covers an area of 310.71 km2 (119.97 sq mi) and is the third-largest in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg. In 2020 official Bavarian statistics estimated the Munich population at 1,488,202 people, with a density of 4,800/km2 (12,000/sq mi). The urban population has been estimated at 2,606,021 people. The metropolitan population has been estimated at 5,991,144 people.  The official spoken language is German, although many people speak with a distinct Austro-Bavarian dialect.

Munich today retains much of its sophisticated heritage while operating as one of Germany’s economic powerhouses with a rich political and cultural history. The city has a reputation for steady growth and consistently ranks as one of the world’s top cities in terms of quality of life. The city is also one of Germany’s most important cultural centers and home to several internationally acclaimed art galleries and museums. Its traditional character, beautiful architecture, vibrant festivals, and spectacular scenery have made Munich a popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors each year.

Belonging to the Upper Bavaria Government Region, Munich is currently governed by a coalition of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SDP), and the Greens. The city’s current mayor is Dieter Reiter of the Social Democratic Party, elected on May 1st, 2014.

Munich Economy

Munich is Bavaria’s economic heartland and, with its enviable geographic location and strong industry and business sectors, has become one of Germany’s most important economic centers. In 2020 government statistics estimated Bavarian GDP at €610 billion (puts it ahead of 22 of the 28 EU member states). Munich and its surrounding areas were estimated to generate over 28% of the total regional GDP.

Munich’s tertiary sector is its most prominent, followed by manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. The city’s primary industries are media, finance, automotive, biotechnology, science, tourism, and retail. Munich is considered Germany’s second-largest banking hub and, as a leading center for technology, has earned a reputation as the country’s very own “Silicon Valley.”

Munich’s economic strength lies in its diverse structure, blending traditional industries with a broad spectrum of fast-growing innovative sectors. Its dynamic economic landscape has led Munich to host several leading international businesses, including Allianz, BMW, Infineon, Linde, and Siemens.

Munich’s agricultural sector, although small is, still plays an essential role in the local economy. Farms and agricultural land surround the city center, producing wheat, barley, sunflowers, flax, and meat products.

Major exports from the region include Machinery, Vehicles, Chemicals, Metals, Foodstuffs, and Textiles.

Munich Infrastructure

Munich’s location makes it a central transportation hub for goods traveling from the north to south and east to west of Germany. The city is linked to other major cities and neighboring countries by a well-maintained Autobahns and Railways network.

The city center operates a modern and efficient public transport system that consists of a U-Bahn, S-Bahn, trams, and buses. Munich’s central railway station, or Hauptbahnhof, moves over 450,000 passengers per day, making it the second-largest station in the country. The station operates frequent Eurocity and Intercity trains to Hamburg, Frankfurt, Berlin, and numerous other European cities, alongside extensive regional services.

Munich’s U-Bahn and S-Bahn systems form the backbone of public transport moving passengers throughout the metropolitan area and beyond. The combined networks boast 27 lines running over 500 kilometers with more than 140 stations.

Munich’s award-winning Franz Josef Strauss International Airport is the city’s largest airport and lies 30 kilometers northeast of the city center. The airport is the second busiest in Germany, with around 47,959,885 annual passengers and over 200,000 metric tons of freight to destinations throughout the world. Flight schedules serve over 220 destinations in 65 countries. 

Munich Workforce

According to Muenchen.de, in Munich City, there is a total workforce of 898,000 people, and in the entire metro area, there are over 1,5 million employees. The workforce is predominantly German, with Turkish, Croatian, Serbian, and Dutch.

Around 79% of the workforce was employed in the city’s services sector, followed by 20% in Manufacturing and Construction. Agriculture and forestry accounted for the remaining 2%. Primary industries within the services sector included Motor Trade, Financial, Information and Communication, Health & Welfare, and Sciences.

Munich’s highly skilled workforce results from the city’s unique public education system, widely regarded as one of the best in Germany. As Germany’s second-largest university center, Munich is home to over 120,000 students who attend its many esteemed universities, technical universities, or polytechnics. Munich is also a leading location for science and research, containing many research organizations and institutes, including the Max Planck and Fraunhofer Societies.

Local consumers enjoy purchasing power of €79,690 per capita, 34% higher than the national average.

Munich’s unemployment rate averaged 4.5 % in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, following a historic low of 3.3 % in 2019, the lowest of all major German cities.

Business Costs in Munich

Germany’s individual income tax rates work on a 0% – 45% progressive scale.

Corporate tax rates vary depending on what municipality the company is located in. On a federal level, there is a set 15% flat rate, in addition to a 5.5% solidarity tax. The trade tax (municipal) starts at 14% and never exceeds 17%; thus, total corporate tax rates are between 30% – 33%.

From January 1st, 2021, the minimum wage is 9.50 euros per hour worked and from July 1st, 2021, the minimum wage is 9.60 euros per hour worked. Since 2020, the minimum wage rate in Germany is around 1.584,00 EUR net.

The standard VAT rate in Germany is 19%, while a reduced VAT of 16% can be applied to food and agriculture products.

Munich offered competitive location costs versus other major European cities, with an average office rental cost of €409/sq.m per year.

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WordPress Maintenance Packages in Munich – Why Do You Need It?

To keep your WordPress website performing well after its online publication, your website still needs to be managed and technically maintained. It is not prudent to just publish your website and walk away thinking “job-done”.

Search engines such as GoogleYahoo!, and Bing are constantly evolving using artificial intelligence and changing their algorithms (the way they evaluate your website) to finely hone their user’s search experience. Therefore, properly managing and technically maintaining a website ensures it stays in tune with changing search engine technology and software environment.

After the publication of your website, I can continue to be the webmaster for your website, providing website technical support and carrying out any website maintenance required.

The WordPress Care Plans in Munich are renewable monthly or annually, and, depending on your specific case, it can include the renewal of hosting space and domain name, maintaining website security, monitoring website traffic, search engine re-submissions and tracking changes, as well as recovering your website in case of disaster.

Nowadays, many people simply forget to backup their enterprise website: Maybe the stress of running their business, the lack of knowledge, or any other reasons.

Some of the bad scenarios when you need a site backup:

  • Hacked site recovery – In case you need to recover your business website very fast, and in the same way it was, you need a backup.
  • WordPress updates break your website – It happens. Every time you make a theme or plugin update, make sure you do a backup before. Most people put those updates on “auto” mode, meaning your WordPress site can go down while your potential clients are surfing on it. That’s bad!
  • Cheap hosting – One of the biggest problems with those cheap hosting providers ($1/month, $5/month, $15/month) with UNLIMITED traffic, UNLIMITED domains, and other misleading offers may disappear after a few weeks you just bought their plan(s). Guess what?! Your website will disappear, too. In order to keep your website online, you need someone (person or software) to take care of it, and take prompt action in case of any problems.

In any case, you need a fresh and well-structured backup of your website. But these WordPress site maintenance services aren’t only about backups. I also provide Security protection for your site and implement the last réglementation in the matter of WordPress security. Your website is in safe hands and your enterprise will continue to prosper.

Why is WordPress website maintenance important?

WordPress is the most successful CMS (*content management system). Due to its heavy use worldwide, however, it is also a popular target for hackers. Similar to an operating system on the computer, WordPress must be updated regularly. Functionalities are expanded and security gaps are closed. Once regularly updated, WordPress is stable and secure. However, WordPress installations that are rarely updated or not updated at all are vulnerable and run the risk of being infected by malicious code.

I take care of all the necessary details to make your WordPress website more secure and regularly update the WordPress core system and all plugins used. In the first step, I carry out a basic check of your WordPress website. I check the WordPress core data, plugins, and themes used. I check the performance and carry out the first security checks. Your system is checked for security gaps and for viruses, malware, or Trojans. I am interested in the general condition of your website and the associated immunity of the system. As soon as the basis is right, all further work follows.

I keep your WordPress website up to date with regular updates

For the operation of a professional WordPress website, it is necessary to ensure regular updates of the system and the installed plugins and themes. Regular updates are the basic work for a safe and stable WordPress website. I carry out these essential tasks and constantly stabilize the immune system of your website. At the same time, we check the compatibility of the individual plugins and the functionality of the entire website after each update.

I create backups of your WordPress website

Your website is important to your business and often the focus of many marketing efforts. A successful website puts a lot of time and energy into it. This business area can be temporarily paralyzed by WordPress problems such as incompatible plugins or themes. This is not yet about hacker attacks or other infections. That’s why regular backups are the reinsurance of your website. Thanks to a WordPress backup, we can quickly restore the normal operation of your website in an emergency. I take care of your WordPress security and create regular data backups on external servers and secure your business sustainably.

I check your WordPress website after each update

In addition to the necessary updates to the WordPress core version and the plugins used to keep your website stable and up-to-date, a subsequent check of your website for functionality is mandatory. Since plugins are offered by different developers and companies, incompatibilities can never be ruled out. Especially when using many plugins, the risk increases, and problems can occur. Therefore, a function test of the website after each update should be routine. I offer you this routine and can also carry out an analysis of the plugins you use to determine whether they are necessary.

I do the work for you. You save time and money.

I am your specialized service provider for the care and maintenance of WordPress websites. As a web developer, I’ve been dealing with WordPress for many years (since 2008, more exactly) and have gained extensive experience. Benefit from my knowledge and save time and money and concentrate on your core business. I concentrate on your WordPress website and take care of all technically demanding maintenance work. I keep an eye on all components and carry out major WordPress upgrades, updates, and minor updates to plugins and themes.

I carry out security scans to detect malware and other infections, check the availability of your website (up-time monitoring), and create regular backups. If there are problems with the website, I will inform you in good time and offer solutions at short notice. The maintenance packages include all the important functions to keep your WordPress website stable, secure, and long-term.


For other WordPress website maintenance services, such as adding new content (text, images, WooCommerce products), as well as adding new features, the price is $75/hour (negotiable, depending of the nature of tasks and the number of hours you need). For urgent WordPress support, you can contact me anytime.

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