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WordPress maintenance is a drag but its a requirement. You simply can’t sit and relax forever once having created a self-hosted WordPress website, especially if your business depends on it.

There are a lot of reasons that you need to be updating WordPress or other content management systems, and it seems that there are more and more updates being released almost daily, and at least once a week most of the time. The developers release all of these updates to ensure that your WordPress blog and website remains secure. You should also have the most up to date plugins to maintain complete security.

The methods are usually pretty simple, but for most people they aren’t going to have the technical prowess to ensure that the proper updates are being installed, what to look for in the change log reports, or what has been changed from the last update. You have to make sure that everything, the theme, plugins, WordPress version, work together without any quirks, and this is often times a difficult task with the sheer amount of updates released just for WordPress alone. Once you add in all of the plugins, themes, posts, pages, forms, you can easily see why people have the need to outsource this work to another company – especially if they have more than one WordPress blog.

Bottom Line

There is a lot of work required for WordPress maintenance including regular backups, website optimization, database repairs, broken link checks, fixing security loopholes, updating core files & plugins and much more. If you don’t want to waste your valuable time into these kind of technical stuff, you can hire us for WordPress Maintenance.