I like to tell my clients that a website is like your best employee. It should be working hard for you, even when you’re not. Gathering leads, building trust and doing the background work of converting clients is key to a websites success, but it needs to be online and functional!
For example, does your hosting take regular backups? And what’s the fee if you need to revert to a previous backup? Some hosts can charge $250 + for this task, which is a regular occurance for many websites. How many websites does your host have per server? For many hosts this can be up to 1000, which is not only a security risk, but it also slows down your website, affects your SEO and overall client experience.
In this digital age there are also many other factors to be aware of. It’s common for websites to be targeted with hacking attempts. In fact, the average website will have automated attacks looking for weaknesses multiple times per day.
Can you remember the last time you ran updates in the admin dashboard? Can you remember the last time you scanned your site for malware? Can you remember the last time you made a backup?
Your website runs just like a car. If you don’t keep that investment serviced, you run the risk of malfunctions and breakdowns.
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