Introducing includedExperts – with fixed-price WordPress support

Launching, growing and running a business these days takes a whole lot of different soft and hard skills.

And while we’ll continue to source and share perks that help members and operators of all our partner communities to upskill in as many ways as possible, sometimes your business needs to bring in a little help from an expert.

 If experts are affordable enough, busy operators can delegate more of the tasks that are stressful, and often neglected.

includedExperts leverages the cumulative buying-power of all participating communities in the network, to prepare, package and distribute fixed-price packages to tackle some of these ongoing tasks.

includedExperts are fixed price services, backed by top-tier vendors, to affordably solve ongoing business challenges.

We’re launching included Experts with three low-cost, fixed-fee monthly support packages for maintaining WordPress sites.

Why WordPress Support?

First of all, WordPress is huge. 

One of our most frequent support requests is to find businesses help with managing their WordPress-powered sites, their plugins, themes and particular ecommerce setups.

This is understandable as WordPress has about 60% share of the online content management system (website builder) market, with 37% of all websites, and 14% of the world’s top websites, being built upon WordPress. 



Secondly, it’s kinda our jam.

When rolling out our first included Experts offering, we wanted to make sure we knew the product, service, infrastructure and ecosystem inside-out. 

Not only is‘s entire front-end run through a custom WordPress build, but we’ve sponsored/advised/developed a whole bunch of coworking projects that are built upon WordPress.

We’ve also happily sourced, or provided guidance, to all types of sites, businesses, organizations and movements across the coworking industry.

Over the years we’ve supported sites for superstar individuals in the coworking world like Cat Johnson and Bernie Mitchell and helped bring coworking alliances like WomenWhoCoworkEuropean Coworking Assembly and Coworking Ontario online. 

We’ve also supported non-profit impact projects like European Freelancers Week, launched and made it free-forever, and help run the Coworking Library and the Crisis Directory.


And finally, we know how important great support is.

When website maintenance is done well, a whole lot of stress is lifted from the shoulders of decision makers. 

Also knowing that you can ping an Expert in emergencies is a whole new level of peace of mind.

So that’s why we’re getting started with fixed-price WordPress support

A limited number of early-birds also get a 10% discount on any plan, so get started today with fixed-price WordPress support via includedExperts to save time and even more money.


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