Posts By: Paul Raymond

Offsite backups is an essential part of WordPress maintenance

by Paul Raymond • 16 March, 2017

To provide the smoothest possible experience for your website users and guests, a lot need to be done under the hood to keep your website operating optimally. Rather than spending all your time tending to the little details, utilise professional maintenance packages that include offsite backups, taken at a predetermined frequency by WordPress maintenance agencies, like Trimorph.

How to solve common WordPress problems

by Paul Raymond • 12 March, 2017

If you have a WordPress site, the possibility of having some challenges cannot be ruled out. Slow feeds, 500 server error, site stuck in maintenance mode? These challenges may make maintaining and running a successful WordPress site daunting for website owners. Here are some useful tips to help you overcome these challenges and solve common WordPress problems.

Smart ways to maintain your WordPress site

by Paul Raymond • 8 March, 2017

Maintaining your WordPress site is harder than building it. A lot of challenges may put your site at risk. Take these simple but effective steps to maintain and protect your WordPress website.

What are the differences between sites on and self-hosted WordPress sites?

by Paul Raymond • 3 March, 2017

Both platforms come from Automattic, the developers of WordPress content management system (CMS). If you have base requirements and very limited time and requirements, a site hosted on may be a great option for you. Or you may just try out WordPress for free there. If have bigger requirements and want to maintain greater control of your website, then go with a self-hosted WordPress website.

Why WоrdPrеѕѕ sitеѕ nееd rеgulаr monitoring and maintenance

by Paul Raymond • 27 February, 2017

Most WordPress wеbѕitеѕ must be mаintаinеd regularly to ensure they function properly. It takes months to рrоgrаm and develop your wеbѕitе but if уоu don’t maintain it, your website can соllарѕе along with your business.

Get professional support for your WordPress investment

by Paul Raymond • 23 February, 2017

WordPress maintenance is often seen as a chore, yet it’s critically important. Without close attention most websites can turn out to be slow, inclined to mistakes and unreliable. From a security standpoint, an ineffective site can present various risks for your business and your visitors. The more traffic your site gets, the more tuning and maintenance is required. Having a prepared maintenance team available can be handy if things become overwhelming.