Creating a website is hard work. Keeping it running and helping your website is a different story. There’s making sure the different components stay updated. Then you need to make sure that the website stays up and running and secured. And then there’s using analytics to check and make changes to the website.

Taking care of your website is hard work, but it makes for a more effective website. And an effective website results in better business for you. So these posts will help you learn about how to really take care of your website.

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What are website funnels and why should you use them

You probably know how many people are buying your products from your website or completing your lead generation form. But how many people enter your sales process, but leave at some point? Using funnels can help us figure that out to make the website more effective.

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Why you shouldn’t use the new WordPress auto updates feature

WordPress 5.5 brings in a cool new auto updates feature for plugins and themes. While this might seem like a great way to reduce the amount of time you spend updating a website, there are some potential pitfalls that will be a major headache.

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Six accessibility fixes you can make to your website today

Every website should be accessible to everyone. Yes, even yours. But it can be a tricky thing to get started. So here are some fixes you can check on your website.

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What is Google PageSpeed Insights and why does it matter?

Your page loading time is extremely important in today's web. And Google PageSpeed Insights helps you figure out the ways you can speed up your website right now.

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Website Misconception: People will find you automatically (an introduction to web marketing)

So you've just made your new website live. Awesome. People should just flock to your site, right? Not exactly. People won't just automatically find your website. You have to work for it.

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Getting started with Google Tag Manager

Google Analytics can give you a story about your website's usefulness. But it doesn't give you the whole story. You can open up a whole new level understanding by using Google Tag Manager.

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Make sure to document your website

Do you know why you installed that plugin or how to set up your website from scratch? If not, it's time to start documenting your website today. It will help save you and any developer you hire time and headaches.

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Keeping your website speed quick without paying too much

Time is money. And if your website is taking a long time to load for viewers, that's money you could be losing out on. So here are some ways to keep your site fast without paying tons of money.

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Developing a plan to updating your WordPress website

Updating components of your website is incredibly important. But it can be risky with an update potentially taking down your site. Here's a start for developing a plan to update the site.

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How to manage a WordPress website

It might seem easy right now to manage your WordPress website. But with threats and all of the updates, it can get pretty overwhelming. But here are some simple things you can do to properly manage your WordPress website.

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The importance of staying up-to-date with web, tech news

As a business owner, you don't have a lot of time. So you might not stay up-to-date with the latest web and tech news. But if your business has a website, you should at least keep an eye on it.