Building your website is just the first step.

It also requires renewing your domain annually, monthly hosting to keep your site running and I strongly recommend a maintenance plan to make sure it doesn’t break.

Websites can break.

Just imagine – you’ve invested in a new website for your business and, one day, a customer lets you know that it’s not working.

You go to your website and, sure enough, it’s not doing what it’s supposed to.

When this happens, its most likely a plug-in or theme that needs updating.

But … do you know how to fix it?

 

What do you do?

If you opted for a maintenance plan with me, you just let me know that something is up and I’ll get it fixed.

However, this probably won’t happen in the first place because maintenance plans include regular updates to prevent just such an issue.

But just in case it does, I’m here.

Maintenance plans:

Deluxe Maintenance

The monthly support plan includes updating your theme and plug-ins and making sure back-ups are on file.

It also includes adding or updating one page or blog post each month with images and formatting (you provide the written content).

Includes secure monthly hosting.

$75 billed monthly
*Does not roll over if not used

 

Basic Maintenance

The monthly support plan includes updating your theme and plug-ins and making sure back-ups are on file.

Includes secure monthly hosting.

$45 billed monthly

Secure Monthly Hosting

If you’re absolutely certain you don’t want a maintenance plan, but need somewhere to host your site, I strongly recommend the secure monthly hosting option.

Includes security certificate and hosting for your website.

$25 billed monthly