Website Security

WordPress is used by 60.7% of all the websites whose content management system we know. This is 23.0% of all websites. So it’s no surprise that WordPress sites have become targets for attacks.  Denial of service and SQL code injection are two of the most common hacker techniques. If your site is hosted with a reputable company and your developers are proactive, website security is definitely possible.

  1. Update!
    Do you know what version of WordPress you are running?  One of the easiest ways to keep your website safe is to apply critical security releases. The process is very simple and takes  only about 15 minutes.
  2. Secure  Server Files and Database
    Every directory and file on your server has permissions assigned to it. Developers can set these permissions to ensure access is locked down appropriately.

Payment Methods & Best Practices

Customer Engagement & Marketing

  • Google Trusted Stores
  • Trusted Reviews
  • eBay
  • Amazon Seller Central