It takes a lot of time, effort and experience to keep your business’s website running up-to-date and secure.
I’m here to give you that time back!
Is your WordPress website up-to-date and secure?
In our technology filled world, updates and security are key to uninterrupted connectivity. It’s not just big name e-commerce companies or celebrity pages that get hacked, and one of the primary ways hackers gain access is through outdated software.
Reliable Maintenance Services From a WordPress Warrior
Staying up to date with security and bugs
Keeping up with WordPress maintenance is about as important as keeping up with new content & media. Many of us who have websites focus on the content that we post and sometimes forget about the behind-the-scenes necessaries that keep our site visible and functioning properly.
Fun Fact: If Google detects malware, they will delist your site until the problem is fixed.
We love our readers and our clients, but we also need to love our site and give it a little TLC on a regular basis. Here are a few reasons to show the love to your website.
Backing up your investment to Secure Your Investment.
Protect Your Business and Your Customers.
Your website is an investment in both time and money. It represents you and your business 24/ 7, attracting interested visitors to learn more about you, your services, and your product. However, if you do not properly maintain your website it becomes vulnerable to attacks by hackers embedding malware, spam, as well as potentially infecting your visitor’s computers.
I offer three simple wordpress maintenance plans so that you can focus on your customers and your business knowing your website is up to date and secure.
WordPress Maintenance Includes…
Purchase comes with:
1x Full Backup
1x Complete Update to WordPress + Plugins
1x Malware Scan
One-time fee of $200
Within a 30-day period:
4x Full Backup
4x Complete Update to WordPress + Plugins
4x Malware Scan
Project Management Tools
Ready to get started!? Shoot me an email…
Still not sure?
Check out a blog post I wrote to better explain why you need to keep your WordPress website maintained: