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You create your own dynamic site. We manage your setup, backups and security.
Managed means easy. We do all this: 
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  • Automatic WordPress core updates
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  • DDoS protection & site monitoring
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  • SSL Certificates - Let customers know their private details are safe. Optional but highly recommended.
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We have award-winning, 24/7 support ready to solve your toughest hosting issues, plus hundreds of WordPress videos and interactive walkthroughs.
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Your site gets the personal bodyguard treatment, 24/7. Our security team monitors, thwarts, and deflects so you can rest easy.
Built-in Performance. We created our WordPress multi-tier hosting platform in-house and from the ground up to cater exclusively to WordPress sites. Every Managed WordPress site gets:
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If you're a developer, IT professional or just a self-taught web pro, here's your opportunity to dig into the details and see what makes our Managed WordPress incredibly fast, secure and easy to use. More details, please visit Moscom.com Managed WordPress Hosting services or call us 24/7. We are ready to serve you.

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