WordPress Updates and Maintenance. Not exactly the fun stuff to talk about, but it’s absolutely necessary to keeping your vital business asset protected.
Website security is a bit like health insurance – you never really worry about it until you absolutely, positively need it and it’s just too darn late to get it.
You may think, “Nah, that’s never going to happen to ME.”
Well, better think again!
WordPress maintenance. There’s two camps when it comes to WordPress maintenance. Camp one believes and knows the importance of having maintenance done regularly on your website, camp one also knows it’s best to have an expert handle all aspects of your website maintenance. Camp two sees the value in WordPress maintenance, but also feel, “I can handle the updates myself”.
Which camp you are in often depends on where you’re at in your business journey.
One common issue I see with my clients and when I’m setting up my Geek In Your Pocket clients is the lack of security on their websites. Much of this is because you don’t know what you don’t know and as easy as WordPress can be to use, it’s just as easy to fall into…
Here’s a few things I’ve shared with my clients and want to share with you on the signs that it might be time to leave your current web host.
WordPress or Wix? It can be hard to choose, but deciding which platform is best for your new business or blog really matters. Read on to find out why.
Discover a few things you can do with your new WordPress blog, give it a new look, tweak your plugins and more. You know you want to read it 🙂
The default WordPress user name admin is not recommended, as it can out your site at risk of being attacked by hackers or bots.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to change your admin user name in WordPress from admin to a more secure user name.
I absolutely love working with my clients to help them make their ideas come to life online, but sometimes a client isn’t ready to use my services or they might not be able to afford it. If that’s the case I’ll refer them to my personal training solutions or videos I have. As much as I hope that my clients will watch all of the videos sometimes this doesn’t happen so today I’m going to share a few of the common mistakes that you’ll want to avoid when you’re setting up your own WordPress Site.
When you’re starting out money is usually an issue and most bootstrapping business owners think that choosing to go DIY (Do it Yourself) is often the best option to getting something done, but is it really?
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