A website isn’t something that you just build and then forget about it. A website that is actually going to help your business grow over time is something that you always have to be working on.
For example, if you have a WordPress website, you have to run plugin, theme and WordPress core updates on a weekly basis so that you have all of the new available features and that your website is secure.
Plus, you also need to make sure that your content is fresh and up-to-date. Have you hired a new team member? Make sure that their information is on your team page, if you have once. Has your business moved locations or changed the hours of operation? Make sure that information is correct on your website so people know where and when to go.
This learning journey will walk you through everything you need to know for how to manage your website so that it helps your business grow.
Properly Updating Your WordPress Website
You know what the little cycle icon in the top menu bar of your WordPress website means. It means that you need to update a plugin, theme or WordPress core. Most updates are fine, but occasionally one might break your website. Here’s how you can update your website while mitigating…Watch This Video
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.Read This Post
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.Read This Post
WordPress Website Update Checklist
This checklist will walk you through the basic steps of updating your WordPress website so you can feel confident you’re doing it right.Download This Resource
Give Your WordPress Website the Care it Deserves
WordPress websites need a lot of care to be effective. In addition to managing your content or adding blog posts, you also need to update plugins and WordPress core, plus there are security concerns and changes you want to make to the site. A WordPress Website Care plan will take all of those concerns off of your shoulders. You won’t have to worry about any of the technical side of your website. You can just focus on what matters — your business.Check out the WordPress Website Care Plans
The Ultimate Guide to Securing Your Small Business WordPress Website
Security with your WordPress website is a tricky thing. But if you follow these steps, you can make your website as secure as possible.Read This Post
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.Read This Post
How to Speed Up Your WordPress Website
How fast does your WordPress website load? Most likely it’s not loading as quickly as you would like it to. But the good news is that there are relatively easy ways for you speed up your WordPress website to give your visitors a much better experience. So today let’s take…Watch This Video
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.Read This Post
Get Your Business Online in a Week
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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.Read This Post
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.Read This Post
Improvements you can make to your website
A website is never complete. Instead, you’re always looking for ways that you can improve it so that it gets better at helping you achieve your goals. So here are some improvements you’ll probably want to make for your website.Read This Post
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.Read This Post
Take a Deep Dive into Learning About Websites
Creating a website might seem like an easy task. But creating a successful website that helps you achieve your goals isn’t something you do in a day. This FREE eBook will walk you through not only how to create a website, but also answer the questions why you should create a website and what a website really is. It’s the best way to fully understand how to build a successful website for your business!Download the FREE eBook Today!
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.Read This Post
Testing Early Versions of WordPress Releases
In the couple of months or so before a major release, the WordPress team will release several beta and release candidates for that major release. But, how can you test those versions with your website, themes and plugins? Well, the answer is pretty simple.Watch This Video