Website Management

Websites Management

Wish you could focus on your business instead of dealing with your website’s maintenance?

Our Plans



$ / Month

Billed Yearly



$ / Month

Billed Yearly



$ / Month

Paid monthly but contracted

Key Areas We Focus on:

Update WordPress Core

Keep your WordPress installation up to date with the latest version. This ensures you have access to new features, bug fixes, and security patches. Enable automatic updates if possible.

Update Themes and Plugins

Regularly update your installed themes and plugins to their latest versions. Developers often release updates to improve functionality, address security vulnerabilities, and ensure compatibility with the latest WordPress version.

Back Up Your Website

Create regular backups of your website files and database. This ensures that you can restore your website to a previous working state in case of data loss, errors, or security breaches.

Monitor Website Security

Implement security measures to protect your website from potential threats. Install a security plugin to scan for malware, enforce strong passwords, limit login attempts, and enable a firewall. Regularly review security logs and address any reported vulnerabilities.

Optimize Website Performance

Keep your website loading quickly by optimizing its performance. This includes compressing images, minimizing CSS and JavaScript files, enabling caching, and using a content delivery network (CDN) if necessary. Regularly monitor your website’s speed using tools like GTmetrix or PageSpeed Insights.

Clean Up Unused Content

Regularly review and remove any unused themes, plugins, or media files from your website. This helps declutter your site and improves its overall performance.

Test Website Functionality

Perform regular testing to ensure all website features, forms, and links are working correctly. Check for any broken links, forms that are not submitting data, or pages that are displaying errors.

Monitor Website Analytics

Keep an eye on your website analytics to track visitor behavior, identify popular content, and detect any sudden drops in traffic or engagement. This information can help you make informed decisions for improving your website’s performance and user experience.


Other than being the world’s most popular website creation platform (powering over 43% of the internet’s websites), WordPress offers a wealth of tools that allow you to create any kind of website imaginable. From blogs, to online stores, to business websites, to LMS websites, WordPress can do just about anything. And the most important thing Unlike some website building providers, WordPress is not a proprietary software or platform, so the way you build your website at one provider will be the same if you move to another provider meaning you don’t have to rebuild your website from scratch.

Essential maintenance tasks include updating WordPress core, themes, and plugins, optimizing databases, cleaning up unnecessary files, monitoring site performance, backing up your site regularly, and reviewing and securing user accounts.

Website backups act as a safety net in case of data loss, hacking attempts, or errors during updates. Regularly backing up your site ensures that you can restore it to a previous working state if any issues arise.

WooCommerce is the best ecommerce platform because of its flexibility and ease of use. and is powered by a community of developers dedicated to making WooCommerce as flexible and versatile as the industry needs.

As the internet and online stores continue to evolve, WooCommerce evolves with it. Siteskey makes building a WooCommerce website easy for beginners while still providing all the tools necessary for pros. WooCommerce allows anyone to setup and run a professional online store in minutes. The best part is that it’s all powered by WordPress so your data is all 100% owned by you.

Another very important thing is SEO, Search Engine Optimization is key to attracting customers to your virtual shelves. It boils down to one thing: making sure your store appears high in Google’s search results. When shoppers type in words related to your product, you want them to find you.

WooCommerce is built using code optimized for SEO, and it’s integrated with WordPress along with its impressive range of SEO plugins. You can dig deep and add detailed meta descriptions and titles to your pages, to tell Google what they’re about.

Some of our favorite SEO features include the ability to customize your URLs to help search engine users find your pages more easily, and the excellent SEO guides and prompts throughout the building process.

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