Keep your website loading quickly
Our team is dedicated to keeping your website optimised and performing at its best. We provide ongoing performance monitoring to ensure your site remains fast and efficient. We understand how crucial a speedy website is for maintaining customer engagement and reducing frustration, so we always make this a priority. Slow loading times shouldn’t have to be a worry with the right expertise maintaining your website.
Securely backed up
We know how important your website is for your business. That’s why we keep secure backups of your site in at least two locations to ensure you never lose any data or content. This gives extra protection in case of software failure, cyberattacks or human error. If the worst happens, we’re ready. We can guarantee that your website will be restored as fast as possible, minimising potential downtime.
Expert set up
Your website is one of the most essential tools to market your business, and WordPress maintenance is vital to keep it going strong. Trust the experts at Futuretheory to take care of it. Our experienced web developers have a deep understanding of WordPress and can handle all website maintenance tasks with ease. This means you can rest easy knowing your website is in good hands.
Keeping your website up to date
We always keeping an eye on your website to make sure everything’s going smoothly. WordPress sites need to be regularly updated and done so with care to avoid any disruption to your website. We take the stress out of it for you by monitoring for any updates you need. Once you’re up-to-date, we ensure the changes haven’t caused any disruption to your website by performing extensive tests.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is website maintenance?
Website maintenance is the ongoing process of making sure a website runs smoothly and functions as it should as much as possible. It involves ensuring your website is secure by performing any updates and doing security scans, fixing bugs, and a multitude of other tasks. Website maintenance should be run weekly, monthly, quarterly and annually. It’s a continuous process that requires care and attention.
Why is website maintenance necessary?
Website maintenance is vital to ensure your website runs at total capacity and functions perfectly for users. Just like a car, your website needs to be regularly tuned to make sure it’s still driving your goals forward as much as possible and performing at speed. Google also favours websites that are updated regularly in the search engine rankings, meaning having an actively maintained website will directly help you reach more customers. It also ensures your website has no weak spots that bad actors can exploit. Staying on top of website maintenance is vital to ensuring good security.
Can I maintain my website myself?
Yes, you can maintain your website yourself. However, it can be challenging – especially if this is your first time doing it. Website maintenance requires a high level of expertise and large amounts of your time, both things that can be hard to come by when you’ve got other aspects of your business to focus on. While it may seem like a money-saver to maintain your website yourself, any mistakes you make might cost you more in the long run. All in all, if it seems an overwhelming task to undertake yourself, it’s best to outsource your web maintenance to a team you trust.
How often should a website be updated?
How often your website should be maintained depends a lot on the size and complexity of your website and the system it uses. If your website is built using a content management system like WordPress that needs regular updates, the answer is weekly. The same goes if you’re focused on SEO and want to drive your website up the search rankings, as Google favours regularly maintained websites.
Can I just turn on automatic updates?
WordPress does allow you to configure your setting and allow some updates to occur automatically – however, this is risky. Updates can break your website, break links and cause other functionality issues. This is why any updates to your website should be tested first and deployed with care, and a backup should be created first.