Broken links at your website leave a poor impression. They often occur as a result of website updates or poor management. Here’s how to find them.
Even with the best protection no WordPress website is 100% protected from trouble, specifically MALWARE.
If your website runs on WordPress you probably know that it must be kept up-to-date or you risk being infected by hacker injected malware and a host of other security issues.
Public Service Announcement: Even if your hosting company tells you they are backing up your website, create your own backups.
Does your website have “secured” end-to-end encrypted hosting, the type with https:// security and certification? If not it WILL adversely impact your conversion and may impact your Google rankings.
Checking your website from time to time to make sure it’s in good standing with Google is an Internet marketing best practice. Here is how you do it.
It’s impossible for engaged couples to learn more about your website and make online inquiries if your website is down. Plus, a “website unavailable” error message never leaves the right impression.
Why do you need to measure everything? Because if you don’t know that something is broken, you won’t know that you need to fix it.
Cheap hosting isn’t saving you money. There are all kinds of issues. You might think you’re saving $20/month but really losing THOUSANDS of dollars in lost sales.
If “bridal bailout” isn’t enough to convince you to choose high-performance website hosting, maybe this will. Google now uses page load times as a ranking factor.
Slow loading pages are the number one reason brides and grooms will leave your website. People these days simply don’t have any patience, brides probably even less.