Introducing WordPress.com Enterprise

Today we are happy to announce a new tier, WordPress.com Enterprise, that brings the best of WordPress.com: all of our paid upgrades, including premium themes and Custom Design, and the best of all the built-in WordPress.com VIP features such as 70+ approved plugins which include integrations with top partners such as Flipboard, Chartbeat, and Facebook, and custom JavaScript for $500 a month per site.

Making a landing page, news magazine, company website, or product page? You’ll want to check out WordPress.com Enterprise.

More information about the new tier is available on the VIP News WordPress.com Enterprise announcement postClick on over to the Enterprise announcement to get information about a free trial!

Even if you’re not interested in creating a WordPress.com Enterprise site, we’re sure you’ll want to check out what people are creating with Enterprise. Get a sneak peek at two sites created with WordPress.com Enterprise and live now, Tim Ferriss’ The 4-Hour Chef and ESPN’s Digital and Print Products!

Learn more about WordPress.com Enterprise.


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  1. Paolo Belcastro

    Reblogged this on Paolo Belcastro.

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  2. Erick

    Reblogged this on ethitter on WordPress.com.

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  3. MK

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  4. ffcode

    are you filtering or is it that no-one took time to say anything about it! to me $500 is good vip’s original pricing was way higher for smaller sites with limited resources, it is good to have a good choice pricewise and the benefits of vip, thanks!

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  5. InfoJunkie

    Reblogged this on InfoJunkie and commented:
    What a great option! Blogging seems to be quickly replacing regular web design. Its ease of use and out-of-the-box ability seems to be driving this forward. And now, with WordPress offering an Enterprise option, things just got easier for business looking to expand and yet cut costs. Working smarter, not harder!

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  6. Avi Lambert

    Reblogged this on Nuage Culture and commented:
    This is good news from the world’s most popular open-source CMS and blogging platform. As a web developer, I’m also happy to see that WordPress is offering an enterprise package for clients that require leading edge tools and services.

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