Your website is your hub and home base. You dedicate hours worth of work for blog posts, respond genuinely to each comment you receive, and carefully crafted your About page to reflect your personality.
So what’s the absolute worst thing you can imagine happening?
Losing all of that work, right? What if one day your site was just …gone?
Unfortunately we live in a world where people (and bots) hack into websites, gather personal information, and leave our lives a total mess.
Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself from cyber attacks. Today’s post is from Mia VanValkenburg, a fellow digital marketing strategist, and she’s breaking down 5 simple steps for a more secure WordPress website.
P.S. Haven’t started your blog yet, but are doing your research to prepare? Don’t miss my post on how to start your WordPress blog in just 5 minutes!
If you’re running a blog or business online, there’s a good chance you’re using WordPress to power your site.
WordPress is the most popular content management system, powering 27% of all websites on the internet. And although WordPress employs a team specifically devoted to finding, identifying, and fixing security issues, it is not immune to vulnerabilities.