I’ve already mentioned how wonderful WordPress is from the perspective of encouraging pro-activity and enabling simple, productive learning. But that certainly doesn’t mean that you need to do everything on your own.
For example, if you want to have a high performance WordPress site with great security, generic hosting just won’t do. But do you have the skills or knowledge to manage your own VPS? Would you even have time to if you did?
This is why people opt for premium managed hosting.
You do what you do best — run your business, while we do what we do best — run and protect your site. That’s synergy.
Sure, there are enough WordPress-related tutorials online to teach you how to do almost anything WordPress related. But at the point where learning and implementing the lesson creates negative value because of the time it takes away from your core activities, it makes sense to synergize.
Be smart about how you implement synergy into your WordPress strategy, but certainly don’t be afraid.
There are always new lessons to learn, skills to acquire, or partners to team up with … and if you’re proactive, objective-focused, and prioritized, and if you think win-win and listen, then you can be in a constant process of moving your WordPress website forward as an ever-improving tool for achieving your goals.