If you have a WordPress agency or freelance business, you probably have a lot of tasks on your plate.
Sure, there’s building the actual client websites. But you also might want to offer ongoing retainers to provide clients with website edits, updates, maintenance, optimization, and so on.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a service that you could offload your tasks to while maintaining your own branding and customer relationships?
You can probably see where this is going…
UnlimitedWP is a white-labeled service that offers unlimited WordPress development tasks for WordPress agencies or freelancers.
It can help with all types of development tasks, both big and small. That includes everything from a short custom code snippet to a full website build, even custom coding themes from scratch (or building with your preferred page builder).
Beyond that, you can also have UnlimitedWP handle maintenance, basic SEO, and performance optimization, all while generating white-labeled reports that you can deliver to your clients.
In this post, we’re going to take a deeper look at what UnlimitedWP is, who can benefit from it, and how it actually works.
If you have an agency or are a freelancer who builds WordPress sites for clients, I think you’ll definitely want to give this one a read.
Let’s dig in!
Who Is UnlimitedWP For?
UnlimitedWP is specifically a white-label development service for WordPress agencies or freelancers looking for help with client sites and projects.
They do not interact directly with end-users, so UnlimitedWP is not really an end user-focused maintenance/development service like you might be familiar with.
But if you’re an agency or freelancer working with clients, you can sign up with UnlimitedWP to have them handle both big and small development tasks while working under your existing branding.
There are also add-ons to have UnlimitedWP help with general maintenance, SEO, and performance optimization.
If you’re a freelancer or agency, there are a few benefits of using this white-labeled approach.
First, there’s the work itself:
- You can get access to WordPress developers who can help you with tasks that you might not have the expertise to handle yourself.
- Even if you do have that expertise, you might not have the time. Being able to access extra help for tasks can take a lot of stuff off your plate and let you focus on growing your business and finding more clients.
But beyond the work itself, I think the biggest advantage of using a white-label service like this is that you can have someone else handle the work while controlling your own pricing and markup.
This is especially powerful with recurring retainer plans as it lets you build dependable monthly revenue in a very hands-off manner.
UnlimitedWP can also give you white-labeled reports
This article was written by Colin Newcomer and originally published on WP Mayor.