Keep your business online

So, we’re in the middle of, or probably more accurately at the beginning of a worldwide pandemic.  Obviously our health and well-being and that of our friends and family is most important, however, we must not take our eye off our businesses either.  Actually, I doubt anyone that is either self employed, or an employer of others is thinking of much else other than their business at the moment!

We are going to try and put some blog posts together with some practical hints and tips over the coming weeks, we have a few subject matters we are going to tackle but for now our first blog post in this current crisis is to remind you that we will all need our websites to be ready and waiting at the end of this.  Please consider taking the time over the coming weeks to make sure everything is up to date.

WordPress – Updates and Security

Here at twofentons we provide a monthly service to our customers and their WordPress websites.  This service includes daily and weekly off site backups, there is enhanced security in place and we keep plugins and WordPress versions up to date.  Sadly even the most ardent of hacker will still find a way, but we can do our very best to minimise that risk and if the worst happens we can get websites back up and running in as short a space of time as possible.

The temptation is to cancel these kind of services, we are all trying to save money as we watch our jobs and our income plummet at the moment but this is short sighted as it can take a lot of time and expense to get websites back up and running if left to stagnate with outdated plugins and no recent back up.

Not a twofenton’s customer?

If your website is built using WordPress, speak to us about our monthly service.  Depending on the set up we may not be able to help, but we’ll give it a damn good try and give you practical advice for keeping your website relevant, accurate and ready to start trading again when this is all over.

What’s next?

We’re going to cover topics like Google My Business updating for temporary business closure, working from home with your partner (eeek), building your team with sub contractors, updating your website to still be relevant when closed, social media posting when closed and are open to suggestions of other topics!

See you on the other side K&G





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