July 16, 2019
Now that your WordPress website is up and running, you have to maintain it. This means taking proactive, scheduled action to optimize and update your site. Too often, we wait for something to break before we perform maintenance tasks. At that point, we may have already lost a sale, inconvenienced customers, or otherwise hurt our business. However, if you follow these simple guidelines you will keep your site performing at its best and your business running smoothly.