Website maintenance is quickly becoming the next logical step for WordPress professionals around the globe. If you stick to just building websites, once you stop coding, you stop eating. By setting up a website maintenance service you’re getting paid even while away from your computer. But how much money should you charge? What tools are the best? Do you need multiple tiers? Scope of service? Let’s find out.
August is a very interesting month since Orion has started its official journey and we have introduced billing from August 1st. In this report you will be able to read more about our Customer Happiness academy, meet some new team members, see our support ticket traffic, read a bit more about some of the mistakes we have made, and learn about our September and October goals.
The internet, by its own nature, has allowed millions of people to connect worldwide. Just think that 40% of the world population uses the internet everyday. Online knowledge and information sharing has become crucial for human development. Having information available in your native language will to an extent determine how involved you can be with the online world. That’s why encouraging multilingualism and cultural diversity in WordPress should be at the top of our list.
Today, on September 22, as promised we have released our Automated Security Check. You can go ahead and try it out now. For all of the information on how to activate it, and use it, have a look at our announcement post, you will also find helpful tips in our user guide. Let me tell you about our journey with the Automated Security Check, as well as what’s up next.
Building a high-quality client list is every WordPress developer’s ultimate goal. It translates into job security and excellent hourly rates without the drama of having to deal with terrible customers.
To get there however, you’ll have to hustle.
We have some exciting news to share with you. On September 22 we are releasing our premium Security Check that is fully automated. That’s right, now you will be able to schedule your Security Checks as often as you like, and have them included in your event notifications. That means getting informed automatically via slack or email. Never again will you miss a potential threat to your website, and from now on ultimate security is a reality.
This year at WordCamp Split, I was lucky enough to have met both Per and Tomaž, and I got the opportunity to talk to them about Codeable.io, how it all began, their business challenges, and the future of Codeable.
We are excited to announce that we’ve joined GoDaddy, a company that is equally enthusiastic about product quality and customer satisfaction, has been a global sponsor of the WordPress community and already helps millions of small business owners create, grow and run their businesses.
I am very excited to announce that this year, we have 3 months packed full of great WordPressers who are going live on ManageWP.org for 8 hours, so you can ASK THEM ANYTHING. Want more advice on how to start a WordPress business, need some tips for your website design, interested in how to start a photography blog, always wanted to be an editor, want to know how to get there? Now you have the opportunity to ask these questions and get answers from those who have been there and done that.