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Maintaining Your WordPress Site: What You Need to Know

Posted by Mark Fouche on Mar 27, 2018

WordPress can seem like one of the most straightforward and user-friendly platforms on the planet. Yet even a platform as intuitive as WordPress requires regular maintenance: backups to prevent potential data loss; updates to keep your site optimized; anti-spam software to guard against comment spam; security measures to guard against hacks; and various other best practices to keep your site as good as new. Here's what you need to know about Maintaining Your WordPress Site.

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Topics: WordPress, Website Hosting, Website Security

3 Reasons Why Website Speed Matters for Your Business

Posted by Mark Fouche on Jul 4, 2017

We've all been there. You pull up a website, either to browse or answer a specific question - and it doesn't want to load. More quickly than you might want to admit, you navigate back to Google search results and look for an alternative that's more user-friendly.

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Topics: Website Hosting

Understanding the Importance of Website Maintenance

Posted by Mark Fouche on Jun 15, 2017

For a wide range of reasons, a website can be crucial to helping your business gain audience exposure and grow its revenue. Unfortunately, too many businesses make the assumption that a great website can be accomplished with one major web design project, and little follow up.

In reality, website maintenance is important. We would even argue that it's one of the most vital steps to ensuring long-term success in marketing and growing your business digitally. Here's why.

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Topics: Website Hosting

How to Keep Your WordPress Website Running Fast

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Jan 31, 2017
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Topics: WordPress, Website Hosting, Website Design

Is Cheap Business Website Hosting Ruining Your SEO?

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Oct 25, 2016

When engaging in a web design project, particularly if you're not an expert on the subject, it's easy to forget about what happens once the new site is complete. But it still needs to live somewhere, and just where that is can have a major impact on the success of your site.

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Topics: Search Engine Optimisation, Website Hosting