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WPEngine Offers Special Discount for WordPress Hosting and WordCamp San Francisco

Rarely will you find me promoting anything commercial here on my site, but I have to give a big round of applause about my incredible, life-saving and life-changing experience working with the amazing team at WPEngine web hosting.

I’ll tell the full story later, and it’s one of love, hate, passion, murder, and espionage, but until then, you need to know that they are giving WordPress fans $250 off all annual prepaid plans for hosting your WordPress sites as part of their celebration of WordCamp San Francisco 2013 this weekend.

WPEngine is for self-hosted sites. Managed by WordPress experts, many of them long time contributors to the WordPress Community and development, they harness the power of WordPress MS to give you a protected site with the capability to add WordPress Plugins and Themes of your choice. Automatic backups, restore points (in case you mess things up) come with every install. They do most of the heavy lifting for you, making installation as easy as signing up for for most site configurations. They offer a wide range of plans, including single self-hosted WordPress sites for all levels of need, from simple individual admin sites to multiple users and high traffic commercial sites.

I adore WPEngine. They had the courage to tackle one of the oldest websites in the world, Taking Your Camera on the Road, clean out all its ills, and make it a living, useful resource as it has been since 1993. It’s been a joy to work with them, and I say this without any benefit. I just love them that much!

If you have a WordPress site and you are not happy with your host, which applies to most of us, take advantage of this plan today. And hurry. The offer expires July 31, 2013, at midnight Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco time).

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  1. Posted July 28, 2013 at 11:12 am | Permalink

    I just tried it and the link doesn’t result in any special offer, just FYI. Thanks, anyway!

  2. Posted July 31, 2013 at 11:56 pm | Permalink

    Oh no! This actually expired on the 29th! I’d been waiting until today to buy and everywhere else I read that the 29th was the last day. Bummer.

    I’ve reached out to WP Engine to see if they would be willing to honor the discount, given that I was trusting a very reputable source 🙂

    • Posted August 1, 2013 at 12:43 pm | Permalink

      Tell them “Lorelle sent me” and they might play nice. 😀

      • Posted August 1, 2013 at 12:49 pm | Permalink

        I name-dropped a little, haha. I was super pumped about the deal. Tried calling them but eventually got sent to voicemail. Will call back. It’s an amazing deal and I’d love to try out their service. Thanks for blogging about it, even if I do miss out on the deal. Wouldn’t have known about it at all if I hadn’t seen your post.

        Incidentally, I wanted to tell you how impressive it is that you blog so, so much. And high-quality content, too. Not just regurgitated stuff. Thanks for your amazing contribution to the WordPress community.

      • Posted August 1, 2013 at 1:42 pm | Permalink

        No go…just spoke to them 😦 Darn. I would have just snatched that up right away had I known it expired on the 29th. Ah well, thanks anyway 🙂

      • Posted August 1, 2013 at 1:48 pm | Permalink

        Clearly you didn’t speak to the “right” person. LOL! It was worth a try. And thanks for the kind words.

      • Posted August 1, 2013 at 1:59 pm | Permalink

        He said lots of people were contacting them and asking for that deal (which is to be expected, because it’s an amazing discount). Maybe someone will respond to my written request with a different answer. *crosses fingers*

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