Why you need this
You should frequently update, improve and add content to your website. It's an amazing communication and marketing tool, make sure you're maximising its full potential.
Whilst some carry out non-technical work inhouse, visitors spot DIY website work from a mile off and in some cases it can really harm a brand. We all recognise websites which are managed inhouse and don't have that professional look or feel to them.
Also at times technical can issues arise, affecting your website's functioning and user-experience. What would it cost your business if your website went down? This leads on to my favourite question: you backup your website, right?
Leave it to me and have peace of mind that a professional is handling everything for you.Get some support
The support available
- Editing or adding page text, images and videos
- Adding blog or news articles
- Adding or removing pages
- Making visual or design changes
- Back ups and restores
- Updating WordPress and plugins
- Web hosting and domain names
How it works
A rolling monthly fee for an agreed level of support. The Support Level Agreement (SLA) includes both non-technical and technical support, as well as additional services as required.
Support hours are paid in advance and then used up over time, as and when you need them. They can be used for all sorts of non-technical and technical support. Once they've been used up, you simply buy another batch.