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Have any questions or ready to get started? Use the form below to get in touch. If you’re new here, include as much detail as possible: Do you already have a site? Where is it hosted? Will you need other services like domain registration/transfer or email? Also, check out the FAQ below to some of our most frequently asked questions.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly does "managed" mean?

There is no industry standard for “Managed WordPress Hosting”, however here is what we provide: we will move your existing site to, or install WordPress on, a high-performance, specially tuned server with no noisy neighbors. We will monitor your site for problems and assist with troubleshooting issues. We can also update your site and it’s plugins if you would like us to.

What payment options do you offer?

You can choose between quarterly and annual billing. We accept all major credit cards, ACH transfer and check. Details will be included in your emailed invoice.

Where are your servers located?

We have servers in Chicago, NYC and Seattle. All of our sites are very fast, however if your site has a regional audience we can locate it at the nearest data center.

Where are your offices/support located?

We are located in beautiful Viroqua, Wisconsin, USA.

Can you build a site for me?

Our focus is on hosting, however we can put you in touch with some great designers.

Isn't it hard to move my site?

No! We will take care of the migration and set up the site on our servers for you. We can even do the transition with very little downtime!

Will my site and data be secure with you?

Yes, we use industry standard security measures including firewalls, intrusion detection and automatic security updates. We also request that all sites use the Wordfence Security plugin to provide site-specific protection.

About Viroqua Hosting Co.

Viroqua Hosting Co. was founded by Mark Brudos, a native of southwest Wisconsin with almost two decades of data management, system administration and web hosting experience. Find out more about Mark here: