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WordPress Website Maintenance Plans

Owning a website is only half the battle. Maintaining it can be time consuming and often require an that an additional employee be hired. Take the stress out of maintaining your WordPress website and keep your site operational, safe and secure. Choose one of my WordPress website maintenance plans:

The BasicThe PrimeThe Fix-It

$75

PER MONTH

$185

PER MONTH
Most Popular Maintenance Plan

$295

EMERGENCY
ONE TIME ONLY


WordPress Core UpdatesMonthlyMonthlyOne Time Only
Plugin UpdatesMonthlyMonthlyOne Time Only
Database BackupMonthlyMonthlyOne Time Only
Site Security ScanYour website is scanned for known malware, blacklisting status, website errors, and out-of-date software. Helps to keep your site secure.
Theme BackupBackup of your WordPress theme (some people call it a template or skin), to insure that any changed files are up-to-date.

Database OptimizationWordPress website content is saved in a database. This step helps to maximize the speed and efficiency with which data is retrieved.
SPAM CleanupCheck for and remove any SPAM in your comments or other sections of your site.
Broken Link Check + FixChecks all of your links within the site to insure they are still active and correct. This can be helpful if you change page titles or urls, or if an external link is no longer valid.
Uptime MonitoringMonitoring of your website server performance for any times that it may go offline. Lots of downtime on a site can mean that something is not functioning properly, and that should be addressed ASAP when it occurs.
N/A
Load Time CheckUse of a tool to check page load time and indicate how long it takes for a page to fully load in the browser after a user clicks a link or makes a request. Page load time can affect your website’s SEO.
Site Edits Edits of site content and/or creation of supporting site graphics. Site edit time can be rolled over for up to 3 billing cycles. Any time not used after the 3rd consecutive billing cycle will be forfeited.
30 mins./Mo.1 hour/Mo.2 hours
ReportsMonthlyOne time w/recommendations
CancellationAny time w/30 days noticeAny time w/30 days noticeN/A
PaymentsRecurring via PayPal*Recurring via PayPal*Online via PayPal*
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The Basic

$75

PER MONTH

WordPress Core UpdatesMonthly
Plugin UpdatesMonthly
Database BackupMonthly
Site Security Scan
Theme Backup
Database Optimization
SPAM Cleanup
Broken Link Check + Fix
Uptime Monitoring
Load Time Check
Site Edits30 mins./Mo.
Reports
CancellationAny time w/30 days notice
PaymentsRecurring via PayPal*
DefinitionsSign Up

The Prime

$185

PER MONTH
WordPress Core UpdatesMonthly
Plugin UpdatesMonthly
Database BackupMonthly
Site Security Scan
Theme Backup
Database Optimization
SPAM Cleanup
Broken Link Check + Fix
Uptime Monitoring
Load Time Check
Site Edits1 hour/Mo.
ReportsMonthly
CancellationAny time w/30 days notice
PaymentsRecurring via PayPal*
DefinitionsSign Up

The Fix-It

$295

EMERGENCY
ONE TIME ONLY


WordPress Core UpdatesOne Time Only
Plugin UpdatesOne Time Only
Database BackupOne Time Only
Site Security Scan
Theme Backup
Database Optimization
SPAM Cleanup
Broken Link Check + Fix
Uptime MonitoringN/A
Load Time Check
Site Edits2 hours
ReportsOne time w/recommendations
CancellationN/A
PaymentsOnline via PayPal*
DefinitionsSign Up

You’ve taken a great step. Your website is built on the WordPress platform, so that means that you have control over your website content. You can make changes to the text whenever necessary. But every time you log in to your site, that little message at the top of the dashboard is there to greet you with:

WordPress 4.8 is now available! Please update.

…and to add to the frustration, you have several plugins that require updates as well!

Do you find yourself thinking, “It’s just easier to ignore it. After all my site still works, right? Besides, if I update, it might break my whole website!”? In reality, because the security of a WordPress website is dependent on updates, it is very important that you update whenever a new version of WordPress comes out.

WordPress developers take security very seriously, but as with any other system, there are potential security issues that may arise and there are always trade offs when balancing security and convenience. Keep up to date with the latest WP version: The WordPress developers do not maintain security patches for older WordPress versions. Once a new version has been released or the vulnerability has been fixed then the information required to exploit the vulnerability is almost certainly in the public domain making any old versions more open to attack.1

 

 
• Site Security Scan: Scan your website for known malware, blacklisting status, website errors, and out-of-date software. Helps to keep your site secure.

• Theme Backup: Backup of your WordPress theme (some people call it a template or skin), to insure that any changed files are up-to-date.

• SPAM Cleanup: Check and remove any SPAM in your comments or other sections of your site.

• Database Optimization: WordPress website content is saved in a database. This step helps to maximize the speed and efficiency with which data is retrieved.

• Broken Link Check + Fix: Checks all of your links within the site to insure they are still active and correct. This can be helpful if you change page titles or urls, or if an external link is no longer valid.

• Uptime Monitoring: Monitoring of your website server performance for any times that it may go offline. Lots of downtime on a site can mean that something is not functioning properly, and that should be addressed ASAP when it occurs.

• Load Time Check: Use of a tool to check page load time and indicate how long it takes for a page to fully load in the browser after a user clicks a link or makes a request. Page load time can affect your website’s SEO.

• Site Edits: Edits of site content and/or creation of supporting site graphics. Site edit time can be rolled over for up to 3 billing cycles. Any time not used after the 3rd consecutive billing cycle will be forfeited.


* All maintenance plans are only payable via recurring payment by credit or debit card through PayPal.
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