Millions of websites are built on the WordPress platform all around the world. In fact, as of 2020, WordPress is powering 35% of the internet. When a website is brand new it should, in theory, have all updated plugins and security features installed. But what happens after the website is built and several months have passed? Website owners need a plan in place for who will update security plugins, prevent and handle website crashes and hackers, fix unresponsive websites, and ensure that they can edit the website as needed. All of these issues can be addressed through WordPress support.Read More
Did you feel the ground shift recently? Google has been warning of this day coming and it is now here.
This year Google started a new process: when a web user visits a website that doesn't have SSL encryption, a warning is displayed. The problem is that most people don't know what website SSL even is and what the warning means. In the mean time, the warning message has been wreaking havoc for web developers. Clients are calling panic stricken that there is something wrong with their website. I see this as another example of how Google will disrupt its own SEO industry for monetary gain. This shift in thinking isn't necessary or even urgent. The information presented by its very nature is misleading and makes it difficult for internet marketing companies to manage.Read More
The popularity of WordPress has created an enormous amount of work to keep business websites safe and secure. Since the software used is free, it is visible to any developer and open to hackers who want to take over your website for their own purposes. There are many reasons why you need WordPress Support to keep your website optimized and safe.Read More