Secure and Up-To-Date WordPress Websites
Keep your website secure, fast, and functional with our comprehensive care maintenance package. Our plan includes software updates, regular backups, and hosting & priority support. Our extra security features come with a Hack-Free Guarantee, keeping your customers and your data safe. This is the essentials to running a successful website.
- Website Maintenance
- Weekly Backups
- Premium Hosting
- 100% Guaranteed Security and Recovery
- Hacking Prevention and Cleanup
- Analytics Reports
- Monthly Software Updates (WordPress Plugins, Themes)
- Domain & DNS Management
- Email Support
- Security Monitoring
- Uptime Monitoring
- File Backups
- Database Backups
- Comment Spam Filtering Included
- Emergency Support **
This service is great for companies that don’t want to worry about their site security and uploading new content. The work isn’t over once the site goes live; Your website should be every-growing and adapting to incorporate the latest trends and company changes. You’ll need to make additions to your blog/news section, moderate comments, add and remove time-relevant promotions, manage potential security breaches and more. Your hosting company won’t always check to make sure your site is backed up and running correctly. In fact, some hosting companies won’t even back your site up unless you pay a fee. Applying that fee to a digital marketing agency is a much better decision, since we offer additional services on top of backups.
Investing in website management
Leaves your website alterations in the hands of experts, reducing chances of error
Provides an added blanket of security
Gives you a monthly report on your website performance
With hackers more determined than ever, it’s important to incorporate website management to ensure your data security. If you’re an eCommerce site that processes debit/credit cards, it’s especially necessary to have a web development company keeping up with your site security. Our website development in Kansas City comes with security precautions, but these often require patch updates. Data breaches were a major problem for businesses in 2016, with hackers stealing everything from social security numbers to account user login info. Hackers utilized phishing to trick employees into clicking an e-mailed link. Once clicked, hackers had access to the corporate network. If you want to prevent these types of attacks and receive immediate alerts when they take place, consider website management as the solution.