In my original version of The WP Butler, I had three set plans that users could choose from. As part of my relaunch, I decided to move to a build-your-own-plan model, where my clients now have full control over what goes into their plan and what doesn’t. As such, set plans as we knew it, were gone.
However, I recognise that there can be benefits to these set plans: people unfamiliar with security and maintenance activities may have no idea what kind of features they need, and how far they need to take it depending on what kind of site they have, so as a result, I have created some recommended plans.
There are four recommended plans: Casual blogger, Small Business, Business and Enterprise. They represent the different levels of importance that a user’s website has to them. Whereas a blogger might only need weekly backups and updates, businesses may need some development time and a WordPress expert looking at their site on a regular basis, proactively looking for issues.
If you aren’t sure what level of coverage you need, you might consider using a recommended plan as a starting point and then tweaking it to meet your specific needs.