Select Page
Clear all

Website Maintenance Vendors-a checklist

Estimable Member

Maintenance of your website is an absolute necessity to keep it fresh for visitors. Maintaining your website means updating with fresh contents, keeping it free from errors and maintaining a high position in search engines.

Once your site is online, you will need some to keep it updated. Sometimes it is a simple change, like changing a date or adding a new section or some other modifications.
Web maintenance services by a third party can substantially reduce your costs by eliminating the need to hire full-time web design professionals or programmers.

Their services include-

1.Keeping your site up-to-date-Search engines will more regularly spider your site if the content is continuously updated. Adding a new article in every week may solve the problem. Another updating involves changing information regarding products, services, prices-which will keep your visitors informed.

2. Checking for broken links-Broken links upset visitors, making them click elsewhere. You will lose potential customers if they are not checked properly.

3. Managing your site -With the help of new technologies, a vendor can make changes that will improve your site's performance. New innovative features must be added from to time.

4. Re-structuring your site- Using your site access statistics like the number of visitors visited daily, what they really want from your site, a vendor/third party can help you re-structure your site contents for increased business.

5. Writing correct and clean HTML code-HTML errors can negatively affect your search engine rankings.

Topic starter Posted : 14/11/2017 6:51 am
Estimable Member

Depending on the frequency, you need to update your site; you can make a contract with a vendor. For small business owners, who occasionally need a vendor, pay-as-you-go is a perfect plan. You can pay them hourly, weekly, monthly or yearly-as per your workload.

Posted : 30/11/2017 3:29 am