Are you a WordPress Creator?
We've been using WordPress since 2003 and have worked with thousands of small businesses and creators who use WordPress. In this FREE report, we've compiled the biggest issues we’ve seen where people lose control of their websites due to some (highly avoidable) disastrous mistakes.
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63% and 43%
WordPress is used by 63.0% of all websites that use a content management system (CMS). And 43.1% of all websites run WordPress (via W3techs.com).
Being an entrepreneur or creator is an exciting but challenging endeavor. With the power and flexibility of WordPress, you can use it for just about anything: A product website, podcast/video website, a blog, or an online store (whether it’s to sell digital or physical products) and share your products and content with the world.
WordPress often becomes the go-to platform for many to build their websites because of its user-friendly interface, an incredibly vast array of themes and plugins, and a thriving developer ecosystem - all of which make it a favorite!
However, there are also lots of things that can go wrong with using WordPress if you're not careful.
The goal of this report is to highlight some of the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad things that can happen when using WordPress, ranging from security breaches to site crashes, SEO downfalls to even entirely losing access to your website.
The potential problems can range from being mildly annoying to disastrously crippling. But we’ve got you covered!
In this report, you'll learn about the causes of each issue and get actionable tips on how you can avoid these WordPress- and website nightmares.
Whether you're just starting out or are a WordPress power user, it's critical that you're aware of these potential disasters. With some preventative measures and best practices, you can help ensure your online venture doesn't get hacked, go down, or succumb to other digital demons.
So let’s dive right into this guide on how to avoid those issues, and keep your online presence safe, stable, and successful with WordPress.
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- Ravi Jayagopal