Maintenance | Diabla Design

Maintenance

No matter how well-built a website is, it requires regular maintenance. If you are new to WordPress, you may find it needs more maintenance than what you are used to. All the tools that support your site need to be kept updated regularly to keep your site secure, fast and running optimally.

Not only that, I highly value my long-term client relationships! If I built your site, I know it better than anyone else, and want help ensure it is performing well and serving your business or organization.

Pricing: 

Most sites will have a baseline rate of $75/month. A standard maintenance plan includes the services listed below plus up to 1 hour of content updates per month.  Additional work will be at a discounted rate ($65/hr or per project). Custom packages available.

Services: 

I’ve assembled the below set of services I provide to ensure your online presence is professional and attractive, with no stress for you.  If you don’t hire Diabla Design to do your maintenance, I encourage you or someone on your team to consider using the below as a maintenance checklist so your site stays trouble free!

Weekly site check:
Perform plugin, theme, WordPress core and other updates.

Database optimization
Clear out any database overhead, unused data and log files, and revisions that have collected.

Malware scans and removal
Daily scans make catching and eliminating malware much easier and reduce the chances of your site visitors being impacted.

Scheduled external backups
Most hosting plans (but not all) offer backups but external backups are your extra insurance so we can restore in case of malware or a crashed server. Monthly, weekly or daily backups available.   

Server monitoring:
Regular checks of the hosting server for issues regarding storage, security or performance.

Uptime monitoring
This will ensure we are notified if the site or server are down so we can get it back running as soon as possible.

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