There are an abundant amount of options for WordPress help out there these days.

If you purchased a licence for the Master Automation Hub Template then you can log into your Automate WP account and open a ticket.

We'll be glad to help you sort out any issues or direct you to an answer.

But if not then no worries, there's literally hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of freelancers and companies out there that offer WordPress help.

WordPress does power 40%+ of the Internet's web pages so it makes sense.

Here's 4 options for getting help:

1 - Find a WordPress Pro or Agency to Work 1-1 With ($150/hr - $300/hr - High Cost)

It all depends on your budget and how you like to work with people.

Some people want to work in person, some want to work on Zoom, and some want to work via email.

With this option it would be up to you to seek a local developer (via google and the web) or get a referral from your peers.

Another option is to look at the very bottom of websites you like, and see if the developer left their link there.

Either way, this would be a process to find the right person/company to work with.

2 - Work with an Automate WP Pro Developer ($150/hr - Medium Cost)

If you'd like to work with Automate WP on your website we have pros available to help you with anything you need.

Our pros are full stack developers and digital marketers and can help you with anything you need.

Our pro help is available for $150usd/hr.

You can click here to book a Zoom session anytime.

Of if you purchased one of our done-for-you MAH Templates and need a pro to just do everything for you, purchase that service here for a one time price of $300.

3 - Hire a Freelancer from UpWork ($7hr - $75/hr - Low Cost)

If you still want good help but don't want to break the bank visit and post a job.

They have very high job completion rates there and a lot of freelancers are very knowledgeable.

When you post a job, freelancers will apply and you can see how many hours they've billed on the platform and how many jobs they've completed.

This will give you a good idea of who may be a good candidate.

If you have the Master Automation Hub Template then here's a job posting you can copy/paste:


Hi there,

I've had a professional WordPress developer build me a website that I need ongoing help with.

The site runs on a LiteSpeed server (with cPanel) and is already optimized.

It runs on the free version of the Astra theme and uses the plugins:

  • Elementor
  • Elementor Pro
  • RankMath SEO
  • WooCommerce
  • LiteSpeed Cache
  • PixelYourSite

It also has some other admin plugins that help automate some tasks.

I'm looking forward to seeing your best work.

Please send me some links to examples of websites you've worked on.


UpWork is great because they keep a diary of your freelancers computer screen by taking screenshots while they're billing time.

Every 10 minutes a screenshot is saved for your reference so you can see what the freelancer was working on, and how long a task took them.

From there you can asses whether or not the person you're working with is being honest with their time.

Many people find a good freelancer out the gate but sometimes you may run into a bad seed.

In that case, you can just end the agreement and seek a new freelancer.

4 - Watch the Automate WP Setup Guide Videos and Do-it-Yourself (FREE)

We've created a series of videos here at Automate WP just for our users using the Master Automation Hub:

There's also some intro videos to learn the basics of WordPress:

Both of these courses are key to learning about everything about your website.

So, if you don't have the budget to hire someone, then start watching them today.

Or you could have someone on your team watch the videos and learn for you.

Either way, this is a great option if you don't want to have any extra costs.

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