TinyFrog Technologies Finalizes WP Engine Partnership

TinyFrog Technologies, a San Diego-based WordPress web design/development and secure hosting agency, announced today that it has been accepted as a WordPress Engine (WP Engine) agency partner and preferred consultant.

December 6, 2018 —

TinyFrog Technologies, a San Diego-based WordPress web design/development and secure hosting agency, announced today that after acing the approval process, it has been accepted as a WordPress Engine (WP Engine) agency partner and preferred consultant.

This deepens a relationship that has existed since 2013, when TinyFrog began incorporating WP Engine’s premier lightning-fast managed hosting service into its WordPress hosting, maintenance and security package.

“We look forward to investigating more growth opportunities with WP Engine that will benefit our clients,” said Chris Andujar, TinyFrog’s hosting & maintenance manager. “Our teams have worked closely together for a long time, even socializing at WordCamp in San Diego every year.”

WP Engine’s partner program includes design, development and marketing agencies — all focused on growth and finding solutions to support clients from its managed services. As a part of this program, TinyFrog is listed as a preferred consultant on WP Engine’s website.

TinyFrog has offered WordPress maintenance & secured hosting services to clients since 2012. After having poor experiences with shared hosting services, it made the switch to WP Engine, something that has helped spur its impressive growth — from maintaining 75 sites to more than 600 for businesses all over the world.

TinyFrog’s hosting service includes an expert WordPress developer making critical software updates each month, 24/7 security monitoring, daily backups, SSL certificates, and an insurance policy — if a client’s website goes down for any reason, even user error, TinyFrog will take responsibility for restoring it.

“WordPress sites can be very vulnerable to security issues when they are not properly maintained,” said Mikel Bruce, CEO of TinyFrog.  “Our WordPress maintenance program is an insurance policy for your website in that we take full responsibility for the sites we maintain.”

In addition to hosting & maintenance, TinyFrog has been recognized as a top San Diego web design & development, and their team has created over 1,100 websites for tons of companies, non-profits, and institutions.

Contact Info:
Name: Jessica Kohley
Email: info@tinyfrog.com
Phone: 619-202-7542
Organization: TinyFrog Technologies

Release ID: 456184

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