Keep your WordPress site up to date and secure to protect all your hard work.
The majority of websites are not actually hacked by individuals. In reality, it is mostly automated scripts and bad bots that scour the internet looking for easy targets. The easiest targets by far are outdated WordPress core files, themes and plugins.
Hackers are not interested in your actual website. The target of these automated attacks is the processing power your website has access to. With access to your server, they can divert resources to launch more malware attacks or send spam from your accounts.
Outline your own monthly maintenance schedule.
Maintenance schedules are billed per 12 months (paid in advance). Therefore if you have selected a Monthly Backup (500 THB) and Weekly Updates (500 THB) for your website your maintenance plan will be (500+500) x 12 (months) = 12,000 THB (per year, per domain)
Even our most comprehensive WordPress Maintenance Schedule comes in at only 13,500 THB per month!
Free Security Audit, Free WordPress Advise & Free Back-up Restoration.
Backups are like seat-belts in cars, they keep you safe in case anything bad happens. No matter how active your website is we have the solution.
We take a look at your website with our own two eyes to make sure everything is as it should be.
(Small Blog / 1-5 Plugins)
(Business Website / 5-10 Plugins)
(E-commerce Website / 10+ Plugins)
Ideal if your site doesn’t generate much income and you only update your WordPress site a few times a month (or less). It goes without saying that you’d be quite upset if got hacked and even more upset if you lost some or all or your posts.
Our Bronze level plan offers essential maintenance and protection just to be on the safe side.
Every WordPress website needs regular maintenance. Some sites need more than others, it depends on how complex your theme is and how many plugins your site uses.
There are three basic areas to watch for updates:
WordPress itself, the Theme you’re using which dictates most of the styling, appearance and functionality of your website and finally the Plugins used. Plugins are third party add-ons that provide additional functionality to your site. Even inactive themes and plugins need to be kept up-to-date.
There are around 75 million websites using WordPress, (there’s probably more by now, but regardless of the current numbers it’s safe to say that WordPress is a hugely popular all over the world).
Hackers (mostly automated bots), do not target specific websites. But they do target known vulnerabilities that can be found in sites using old plugins, themes or old versions of WordPress itself.
Once they gain access, there’s a lot more damage they can do without directly messing with how your website looks. Your on-line reputation with search engines can be damaged for months or even years.