WordPress support and maintenance

Once your website goes live it doesn’t mean that the work is done. You’ll want to keep your content fresh and up to date. It is important to also ensure that your website software and any plugins are kept up to date to keep your website secure.

For a business owner this can be a time consuming task and also something you don’t have the technical know how to do. Why not let us take care of everything so you can concentrate on running your business?

We can be your go-to team of experts to ask anything about WordPress and how to make your website work better.

Website aftercare & maintenance packages

We offer bespoke website maintenance packages which are tailored to your individual needs. For some, this might just be keeping your WordPress website updated and secure, whilst, on the other scale you might need regular assistance with content and updates.

WordPress version and plugin updates

We can look after your plugin and software updates on your WordPress website for you. We closely monitor your website to ensure you don’t miss out on any important security patches.

 

Website security

We’ll ensure your website files and database are backed up on a regular basis. All our websites are scanned on a daily basis and sit behind a security firewall.

24/7 Uptime monitoring is also available on request.

Content management

Don’t have time to update your website we can update pages, posts, forms, images, menus for you.

We can also provide image editing, assistance with social media content and any other small website updates you might require.

Email and telephone support

We provide email and telephone support for all of our clients. Need help with a feature on your website? We can help take you through the process again.

If you require WordPress training we offer user training here.

Malware removal

If you have a WordPress website that has been hacked we can help clean the files and remove any malicious content. Please get in touch today for a quote if you think your website has been compromised.

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