About Us

Hello, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Jambo,  and Welcome to WPChase, the best free WordPress resource site for beginners and pros.

Here, our biggest goal is to help you get cutting-edge helpful WordPress tips and tricks using well curated tutorials that are easy to understand for small businesses, bloggers, and non-techie WordPress website owners.

Here we talk about the best free WP themes, plugins, website fixes, WordPress errors, Hacked websites and you can also hire us to manage your website or build one for you.

If you’ve ever asked yourself:

  • “How can I build a WordPress site?”
  • “What would be my best hosting plan?”
  • “How can I do ______ in WordPress?”
  • “Which WordPress plugin should I pick for doing _______?”
  • “How do I fix ______ WordPress error?”
  • “What are the best practices to follow in WordPress?”

Or if you have any other questions about WordPress… You’re RIGHT at home!

Welcome and dive right in.

Hire Us

We will do the job for you.

As remote Remote Web Developers, we shall take your instructions, redesign or revamp your current WordPress website, do SEO to improve rankings.

We shall also do fresh WordPress installations and develop your site from scratch, we only need to agree on how you want your site to look like.

Talk to us today for the following Remote Web Developers duties:

  • Developing and providing maintenance support for WordPress sites
  • Developing custom themes and plugins (theme customizations)
  • Migrating websites from other platforms to WordPress
  • Integrating and setting up plugins like WPML, WooCommerce, Membership, etc.
  • Optimizing page speed of WordPress sites
  • Implementing SEO/CRO best practices in WordPress sites
  • Creating responsive website designs


  • Work under tight deadlines
  • Deliver quality work on client projects on spect, on time, and on budget
  • Report updates using various communication channels
  • Can handle multiple projects at the same time
  • Produce high-quality work with a strong focus on detail
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