Managing WordPress Security [Infographic]

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    I created an infographic that describes the challenges and prevention that each website owner should know and understand.

    We have been working with WordPress for over 5 years in various capacities. We’ve seen the changes, applauded each new feature, and been part of the growing WordPress community. As the content management system (CMS) ecosystem has taken over the internet, it also has seen its fair share of vulnerabilities. Hacking has become part of any vernacular when we build websites.

    It’s part of web development and you need to be aware of the issues. If you get hacked, it’s not because of WordPress, it’s because a lack of experience with taking care of a WordPress website.

    Not to mention, when you become one of the most popular CMS out there, you become a target.

    WordPress Security Hacking Prevention

    Managing WordPress Security – An infographic by the team at GlobalSpex Internet Marketing

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    WordPress Security Hacking Prevention

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    Christina Hawkins

    Christina Hawkins is CEO of GlobalSpex, Inc. and a Fractional CMO for her clients. A seasoned digital marketer since 1999, Christina has designed and built exceptional websites partnering with small businesses to help them grow and increase revenue. She understands that digital marketing is a constantly evolving technology and works to stay on top of the latest changes. She is always looking for the best route for clients' lead generation needs and revenue. In addition to her ability as a digital marketer, Christina is a coach and mentor with Agency Mavericks to other digital marketing freelancers, helping them grow their businesses. She is also a sponsor and co-leader of Houston's WordPress Meetup.

    2 Comments

    1. Michael on November 2, 2016 at 5:56 pm

      Choosing the right web host is one of the most important things website owners often overlook. Good to see you included this in your infographic.

      The extra $10 a month with save you in the long run.

      • Christina Hawkins on November 2, 2016 at 7:27 pm

        I agree with this! A good host can make make or break you. The cheaper hosts will cost you more in the long run just in support time.

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