Who We Are
Think of us as your website’s mechanic. Your mechanic keeps your car at peak performance level by handling all of the technology under the bonnet wizardry that no one sees but is critical to functionality, appearance and performance.
We handle all of the updates, performance enhancements, backups, security and technical troubleshooting. If you want us to get more involved in supporting your business, we can manage, integrate and publish your content, newsletters and keep your sales and marketing pipelines running smoothly.
We can even implement advanced analytics and monitoring to measure and improve your ROI.
We believe WordPress is the most versatile, comprehensive tool you can implement for your business. We aim to help your business grow by making sure your website is doing everything it can for you.
WordPress is a veritable universe of resources, integrations and add-ons. We will never recommend anything you don’t need or can’t use, or that isn’t the right fit for your business.
We’re honest. We work with your existing team, including your website developers and answer the phone.
Our approach is simple. We only use specialist Security, Speed and Optimisation tools and protocols to enhance your website and not a 'party compendium pack' approach to WordPress Care.
We also have no-compromise values when we work with our clients...
What Our Clients Say
Sian Murphy is a radio show host for The Women In Business Radio show, publisher and writer. She also works one to one with business owners to help them grow their business. Coffee, wine and food fanatic - and the order of their importance depends on the day!
Mark Jennings is a Google Certified geek, WordPress Manager, problem solver and an all-round tech person. He speaks about, teaches and implements WordPress, Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager for marketers and their clients.
Sponsoring And Partnerships
Stormchasers Digital is a partner and sponsor for local and global organisations.
Our overall philosophy is that there is enough business out there for everyone; what goes around comes around; and, if you can't do it brilliantly, then pass it on to someone who can.
Here's a little story about why we do what we do.
Before we even thought about running our own business, Sian had a little blog (now sadly neglected) called SianScribbles.
This blog had simple images, some favourite pictures and just stories from everyday life. Nothing fancy. No taking payments. No data-bases. Nothing anyone except Sian would value. Or so we thought.
One day Sian went to log in to write a post and instead of the pretty image usually on the front page of the little blog, there was a big red and black Skull and Crossbones.
At first, we assumed it was the wrong website, so we reloaded it. Still the skull. We tried it on different computers. We went down to the local library and peeked at it from there, but still the Skull.
Sian Scribbles had been hacked.
It was surprising how violating it felt, and it still seems overdramatic to liken it to being burgled, but it felt horrid—a pit in the stomach feeling. Someone had broken into the back of our website, had a rummage around and impregnated it with something corrupt.
It was two days later when we got an email from some bloke who told us he had hacked into our site and that he had been able to do that because we hadn't taken the proper precautions to secure it. He'd reinstated the blog, but next time we wouldn't be so lucky.
That was our lesson, and it led us to our business today because we became red hot on WordPress security.
Stormchasers Digital was born.