Website maintenance is a service that handles the work of managing and maintaining a website for you. Websites are a collection of many different services and technologies working together. This requires regular monitoring and adjustments to keep the website runing smoothly and growing. This includes the security and storage needs of your website.
Get your time back. Having a professional website is essential to any business but it requires regular work to grow and become profitable for that business. Why add more to the demands of running your business successfully when you can have it done for you for a small fee? Those fees can also be claimed on your business taxes. Use the time that it will take you to learn the technical ins and outs of your website and apply it to money making activities for your business.
Avoid the headaches. Most people who need a website do not know how to properly create one. So that measns that they are at even greater odds when it comes to maintaining one. Just knowing how to secure your website from common intrusions or what method of back up to use for your website alone can be a daunting for website professionals. Now add on knowing how to rebuild your website when it goes down and most people would be ready for a full blown meltdown. These are some of the things that you're paying for when you purchase a maintenance plan.
"As Needed" Maintenance Plan
For those websites that do not need regular maintenance or updates we bill our services at an hourly rate. This may be best for websites that just need a few tweaks here and there every once in a while.
Monthly Maintenance Plan
For most others, our Monthly Maintenece Plan is perfect. We'll make all "in-scope" changes to your site once a month. This plan includes:
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