Do you have a problem with your website or need an update and don’t know how to do it? Let us know!
Here are some of the types of repairs and updates that we perform…
Fix broken security certificate.
This means that your browser can’t verify the SSL certificate of the website you’re trying to visit. In other words, your browser shows you this message when it isn’t sure if the website will securely encrypt your data. This is a serious issue that should be addressed and something that we often repair.
Fix broken images and page links.
Broken links to pages, images, and files make for a bad user experience for your site visitors. They also negatively impact your website’s search engine authority that it has built through proper internal and external linking. We will run a full site check to find and fix all broken and misdirected links.
Create new pages and galleries.
Need a new page or section on your website? Perhaps you want to add and photo or image gallery or a video gallery. New content, images, and videos keep your visitors engaged and interested. If you are unsure how to implement these things, we can help.
Troubleshoot your slow website.
If your website takes more than 2 seconds to load, you are losing visitors and potential customers. Slow-loading websites cause visitors to quickly click away (called bounce rate– a bad thing). Page speed is also an increasingly important search engine ranking factor in Google search algorithms.
Repair database connectivity error.
This error means your website is no longer communicating or has access to your WordPress database; thus, your entire website goes down. This negatively impacts your sales and search rankings and should be resolved immediately. We are WordPress experts, and in most cases, we can resolve this problem for you quickly.
Fixing a downed or hacked website.
Websites can crash or cease to perform properly for a variety of reasons. They are sometimes hacked by malicious parties who exploit security vulnerabilities, or they might become infected with malware. Sometimes it is a software plugin conflict. We will diagnose and correct your problem.
Do you need ongoing support? See our website management plans to learn more.