WordPress Hosting & Maintenance

Serious about high-converting, high-performance websites.

WordPress Hosting and maintenance for businesses that want a hassle-free online presence.

WordPress is a popular platform that powers many of the world’s websites, and we’re here to ensure yours runs smoothly and efficiently.

The Canada Digital Adoption Program offers a $2400 grant for small businesses.

810 million websites use WordPress, 43% of all websites and 63% of CMS-based websites.

High-Quality Hosting

Think of hosting as the foundation of your online store or office. We provide a premium space for your website, ensuring it's always open for visitors and running at top speed.

Monthly Maintenance

Just like a physical store needs regular cleaning and upkeep, your website does too. We handle all the behind-the-scenes work, from updates to performance checks, so you don't have to worry about it.

Afordable Prices

At just $99/month (billed annually), you get both hosting and maintenance, ensuring your website is in the best hands without breaking the bank.

Premium

$99/month

(billed annually)

Premium +

$125/month

(billed annually)

Premium + Auto Scale

$150/month

(billed annually)

Partnering with Nestwise means you can focus on running your business while we take care of your website.

Canada Digital Adoption Program

The Canadian Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) is a game-changer for businesses looking to thrive in the digital landscape. 

This initiative offers grants of up to $2,400 to qualified businesses, making it easier than ever to establish a robust online presence.

We’re here to guide you through this opportunity.

Learn more about who funds and administers the program.

The Canadian Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) is funded by the Government of Canada, and administered by partners in the community (Like your local CBDC or Provincial economic development agencies). 

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to elevate your digital presence; reach out to us today to get started!

For more information, and to learn more about the program in your province, visit Digital Main Street.