Hourly, Monthly and Yearly Website Maintenance

Website Maintenance

Website Maintenance Services

Do you have a website?……..Are you struggling to keep the content fresh and relevant to users? Or you just don’t have the time to do it yourself?

Website maintenance is the act of regularly checking your website for issues and mistakes and keeping it updated and relevant. Here at Tushawebsites, we deal with the details so you and your staff can return to doing what you excel at “maintaining your business! In the current monetary Environment, organizations, associations and foundations and companies are looking for approaches to reduce expenses, and increase the value of their advertising and marketing techniques.

Get the website maintenance help you need without recruiting another employee or occupying your own significant time. Your website will be in incredible hands and dealt with by experts/professionals that follow best practices, so you don’t need to stress over amateur mistakes that bring about downtime, server crashes, email downtime time, or loss of information.

What Are the Steps in Website Maintenance? A Quick Checklist

To be done weekly

  • Check that all of your pages are loading without errors
  • Run a backup and make sure a previous version of your site is stored
  • Make updates to website software and plugins
  • Check that all of your forms are running properly
  • Remove any spam comments from pages and posts
  • Check your pages to see if there are any broken links
  • Search for 404 errors and fix or redirect
  • Write one or more blog posts to keep your community engaged and encourage SEO traffic.

To be done monthly

  • Check the load speed of your website and ensure that nothing is bogging it down

  • Review your security scans and make sure nothing is out of place.

  • Analyze website statistics from the previous month

  • Check your blog to see if there are any articles that could be updated

To be done quarterly

  • Review your website design and structure – can be it improved?
  • Check graphics and images – should anything be updated?
  • Review SEO and meta titles and descriptions to ensure they are as effective as possible
  • Test and tweak popups, forms, and calls to action
  • Review your workload for efficiencies to see if anything can be automated
  • Test your website on all devices and browsers to see if it displays correctly
  • Review advertising and marketing campaigns to see if anything needs to be changed or updated.
  • Restore a previous version of the website to check your backup health
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To be done yearly

  • Update any reference to the current year
  • Review each page for content accuracy, grammar, typos, and relevancy
  • Check any active email addresses and see if any are excessive and can be deleted
  • Ensure that your website domain name is renewed
  • Consider whether a website design update is due
  • Review all of your top performing blog articles and see if they can be updated with new conten
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