Guest post by Sudhir Bhushan.
Building a website has become a relatively easy job, thanks to the wonderful CMS that is WordPress. (You could use something else…but why?)
However, maintaining it is can be a challenging task that you can’t ignore if you want to yield maximum results from what you have created.
Having a website that is not functioning well or is suffering from performance issues could very well get you penalized by Google, resulting in the loss of brand credibility, revenue and the trust of your valuable and loyal customers. If you want to avoid these problems then maintaining your website is extremely crucial.
However, when it comes to maintaining a website, there are many factors that you need to take into consideration. From daily backup of the entire site to security checks, installing and maintaining the best WordPress plugins, reviewing on-page SEO elements, removal of unused plugins and themes, and much more.