Kate Newbill: Disaster-Proof Your Website: Creating an Action Plan *Before* You Need It

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August 18, 2016

How much money and credibility would you lose if your website went down for a week? A day? An hour?

Let’s take a look at some of the most common things that can go wrong with a WordPress site. This talk will outline easy plans and steps you can take to prevent website disaster. We’ll also share a downloadable action plan to help you get started.

Takeaways:

Create an action plan covering most common issues that could befall your site(s).
Know how to increase security by making it more difficult for hackers to break in.
Have resources available to help in case the site faces problems too big for a backup to fix ( i.e., hacked with no clean backup; host goes out of business and takes site down.

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WordCamp Asheville 2016 46

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Kate Newbill 5

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