Do you use WordPress as your website platform? In today’s marketing minute, we cover two best practices on how to reduce the likelihood of getting hacked.
1. Use secure user passwords for all users
2. Update your WordPress software and all plugins on a regular basis
Even following these best practices, your WordPress website can still get hacked (all sites can). So, it is important to have a WordPress professional on standby, on retainer, or on a maintenance plan so you can get it fixed quickly and efficiently if you do get hacked.
Getting hacked is no fun, and it can happen to the best of us. Still, by following these best practices and having a professional ready to help, you can minimize the negative effects, clean up your website, and be back in business.
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