Website Maintenance Plans

Website Updates and maintenance plans.

Getting your website online is the first step in gaining new customers, sales, leads and interest to your business. But what happens next?

Your website is much like your car when thinking about maintenance, you don’t have to do it – but sooner or later you’re going to need something to be done to keep it on the road – the same can be said about a website.

To keep your car running it’s recommended you take it for a service once a year, get the oil changed, check the spark plugs so that it all fires up every-time you turn that key.

The same principles apply to your website. Without a website maintenance plan, you’ll likely get left behind online or turn up one day and find it’s failed to start!

With our website maintenance plans we can run updates and upgrades to your website at any point in time to make sure your website stays up to date. We can install the latest updates and plugins, check the ones currently loaded, make sure it’s still following the current best practices online and that everything is in good working order.

From the day your website launches, and just like your computer, it’s going to be looking for updates. If you’re not performing these updates then you’re likely to get left behind, or worst still, caught out!

Failing to run timely updates can lead to website downtime, and no one wants a website that’s off the air or exposed online to those looking to harm your business.

Our standard maintenance package starts at just $120+gst and includes key updates to the core components of your website to keep you running online.

We take an offsite backup before performing updates and perform them in an offline server so we can check the new updates work, that your website is in good form and is optimised before we load them in and update. Saving any downtime and providing you with what we’re known for: fast, efficient and friendly service.

So make your website stands out for the right reasons and keep it in good running order with regular maintenance – because preventative maintenance is better than dealing with the unexpected!