70% of websites are vulnerable to hacker attacks
A website maintenance plan is an excellent way of keeping your website up to date and in perfect shape, while keeping your costs to a minimum. It is also a great way of ensuring you will be able to get help when you need it. A website is a dynamic piece of software running on a server. Aside from general updating, your site also requires regular scheduled maintenance to ensure your website’s availability and performance. Organisations need to save money where they can in order to improve services for members or to invest for growth. Unfortunately, what seems like a cost-saving choice for many organisations turns out to be a costly error.
The problem is often expressed like this: “Once our website is built…” or “As soon as we have our site developed, then…”. That reveals a critical misunderstanding about web development: Websites aren’t static, one-time developments. They are organic; they evolve; they grow and change with the needs of the organisation. A website is developed and built, but the process doesn’t stop there. Unfortunately, because of the misunderstanding about the lifecycle of a website, organisations think they save money by having a site developed and then left alone. However, thas decision actually costs more money in many cases.
Our maintenance plans are cost effective and can be tailored to your specific needs.
We can help
If your website was built by us, using the WordPress platform, then we can offer a fixed maintenance plan of just £49 per month.
Why do I need a maintenance plan for my website?
Having a maintenance plan gives you peace of mind knowing your site is in good hands and well taken care of. Your site will be regularly checked, optimised and backed up. A programmer will be assigned to your website, becoming familiarised with it so as to ensure faster and more efficient updates are done when needed.
Maintenance plan benefits include:
Personal care from a dedicated programmer
Guaranteed availability of service when needed
Maintenance tasks include:
Enforcing latest security policies
Upgrading core files & plugins
Optimising page content for fast loading
Creating regular site backups
Other tasks needed to keep your site information and look current and up to date.