Website Maintenance

Visualitude offer monthly website maintenance plans to keep all themes and plugins up to date to ensure your website stays relevant without needing a total re-design. Once your website is live, you can use our ongoing SEO services to boost your Google ranking and maintain peak performance.

The following are some examples of websites that our company has created. Our portfolio includes both e-commerce and content-based websites. We have created custom websites for businesses in a wide range of industries. We can create a website for you regardless of your industry. We work with businesses all over the United States. We primarily work with WordPress and Rails. We have, however, worked in other frameworks. Please text, chat, email, or call us for a custom quote. Thank you for your interest in our portfolio.

We manage your website so you can concentrate on expanding your business.

Once you've launched a website that you've been working on for months (or even years), it's finally available to the public. You get to leave it alone until you feel like redesigning it again, right? Probably not.
Your website is a significant investment, and it should be treated as such. To perform at its best, requires constant monitoring, upgrading, and optimization. You'll need a strategy for allocating enough time, money, and expertise to keep it running. We'll show you how a website maintenance plan can provide your company's website with the higher-quality assistance it requires to attract new clients or customers.

The act of routinely reviewing your website for bugs and errors, as well as keeping it updated and current, is known as website maintenance. To keep your website healthy, encourage continuing traffic growth, and boost your SEO and Google ranks, do this regularly.

To engage and retain clients, businesses of all sizes must have a well-maintained and beautiful website. It's all too easy for businesses, especially startups, to scrimp and miss a few deadlines.

Because website upkeep does not often exhibit immediate difficulties, it can easily become one of those things. However, just as your health might deteriorate if you go too long without seeing a doctor, your website's health can deteriorate as well.

For your business to run effectively, you must monitor your website regularly.

What Happens If You Don't Keep Your Website Up to Date?

To save money, some people make the mistake of ignoring website upkeep. While not maintaining your website may save you money at first, it can lead to more costly difficulties down the road:

  • Outdated Technology – If you don't upgrade your CMS, plugins, themes, and other components, you'll miss out on new features and functionality, as well as security updates. This can expose your site to a variety of undesirable things, such as hacking and code-breaking.
  • Site outages — Worst-case scenario, your website is completely unavailable. Any downtime equates to money lost. In addition, there are costs to correct the problem as well as a loss of reputation, both of which can have long-term consequences.
  • Lower content and design quality – Website management entails keeping your material current, producing new site content, and occasionally altering the design. If you do not do so, your website will deteriorate with time.
  • Compromised security – If you don't maintain your site properly, it won't simply become hackable; if you don't implement security measures like backups, you won't be able to recover it if the worst happens.
  • Slow performance – The speed of a website tends to slow down over time. As a result, it's critical to "oil the gears" regularly to keep everything running smoothly.
  • Faltering search engine optimization — when it comes to rating your site, search engines consider content, security, and speed. So, if they're not up to par, you'll probably end up at the bottom of the search results.
In short, skimping on website maintenance leads to a poor user experience and a poor overall site. But, as the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Investing in regular maintenance now will almost certainly cost less than trying to fix major problems later.