Website Management

A cost-effective web management service, to keep your website running at is most optimal.

Why Do I Need Website Management?

We have all been there – everything is working well on the website as you went to bed, but you then wake up in the morning to find the site does not work. You then have the dilemma of either needing to spend a lot of money calling in an expert to fix it or spend a week trying to diagnose the issue yourself.

Your business website and its functionality is your biggest digital marketing asset. The lack of regular updates can have an adverse effect on your customer usability and be devastating to your search engine optimization.

 

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Our Website Management Mission

This is why we decided to start offering our user’s a comprehensive website management plan at an affordable rate.  So you get no nasty surprises.

We perform a host of regular check, updates and changes to your site – making sure that if the worst does happen, that we have got you covered.

1. Backup Website

The main priority of any website management service is to take regular backups, to be there as your ‘Plan B’ for when the website software completely fails.

A good developer should hopefully not ever need to use a backup, but having this safety net can save a lot of time and money, especially for websites with a lot of content updates, or if your site is an eCommerce platform.

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Web Design | London

2. Monitor Uptime

If your website goes offline often, this not only will impact your sales – but can have a major effect on your SEO.

It is not always the fault of the content management system for the site going down, it is sometimes due to the hosting company, often is the case a new host is required to provide a more stable service.

With our website maintenance, we monitor your site 24/7, looking for any irregular fluctuations in your site‘s uptime.

3. Check for WordPress, Theme, and Plugin Updates

Each week your assigned website manager will check the versions of your theme and plugins, as well as security programs, to make sure they are running the latest versions, and are compatible with your website design.

Unused plugins or themes are not only an additional vulnerability, but can also slow the site down, or be another weak point in the chain, which could cause catastrophic issues later on with updates.

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4. Daily Security Reports & Protection

Without regular updates, variabilities in your website can be exploited. On rare occasions, bots and hackers can take advantage of a security flaw which has gone un-noticed. This is why we set up the latest security monitoring software, and firewalls to protect you from any undesired intrusion.

5. Analytics Report

We provide a general analytics report with our website management. This report is for the basic essential analytics (for comprehensive please see our SEO options), though it is enough for us to see if there any unnoticed bottlenecks in your website setup, which could e causing issues.

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6. Check Loading Times

If your website goes offline often, this not only will impact your sales – but can have a major effect on your SEO.

It is not always the fault of the content management system for the site going down, it is sometimes due to the hosting company, often is the case a new host is required to provide a more stable service.

With our website maintenance, we monitor your site 24/7, looking for any irregular fluctuations in your site‘s uptime.

Frequently Asked Questions

Web management (or maintaining) is when a company, or individual, is paid to keep a website running well. They do this by keeping the plugins, CMS and PHP all updated to their latest versions, perform regular tests to look for bugs, take regular backups and report on analytics.

We will. Egghead Designs will provide website management for most modern WordPress websites. Making sure that your online presence is the best it can be.

Different clients like different amounts of control. Some are very hands-off, while others wish to learn how to do the WordPress Updates safely, edit their landing page, or revalidate their SSL certificate. Learning how to use the CMS gives the client the power to manage their own content, potentially saving time and money from waiting for an expert – though at the risk or effecting their SEO or creating a larger problem.

We charge a fixed price of £30 per month. Making it the most affordable, yet in-depth web management option available.