Best Security Plugin for WordPress to Keep Your Website Secure

by Paul Raymond • 18 July, 2017

Security is an important aspect for any online activity. Websites are such online entities that need to be protected from attacks. Hackers from all over are preying on WordPress based websites due to the fact that WordPress is a preferred content management system. As a result, if you have a WordPress website, you need to ensure that your WordPress is legitimate and avoid third party applications.

Best WordPress Security Plugins for 2017

by Paul Raymond • 21 May, 2017

WordPress has a host various security plugins that are fully compatible. Most of the websites online are based on WordPress and this makes it a potential target for malicious attacks.

5 Reasons Why You Need a Website Maintenance Service

by Paul Raymond • 2 May, 2017

Website maintenance services are easy to find and in order to realize full potential of your business, you need to take advantage of these services.

Two Common Myths About WordPress Security Debunked

by Paul Raymond • 19 April, 2017

According to the WordPress Security Checklist, no WordPress website is completely secure. Further compounding the ability of webmasters to secure their websites is the large number of myths about WordPress security going around. This article will attempt to identify two common myths about WordPress security and debunking them so you can enhance the security of your WP website.

Streamlining Security on your WordPress Website

by Paul Raymond • 14 April, 2017

As per a statistical analysis undertaken by WP White Security, it was identified that approximately 70% of all WP sites and installations stand a significantly high chance of being hacked. Moreover, it was also determined that 170,000 WordPress websites were subject to hacking back in 2012. The volume of WP websites being hacked is consistently growing, which a very worrisome thing. Security should always be your top priority regardless of whether you are a blog site owner or an online entrepreneur. This article contains some very powerful pointers and guidelines to help ensure you do not fall prey to malicious WP hackers and software.

5 Benefits of Using a CDN

by Paul Raymond • 21 March, 2017

CDNs bridge the gap between optimum website performance and the drawbacks that are latency, connection speed, and security threats. They have become the best tool for providing fast and secure performance to all locations. It is therefore a must have for any business that serves a global audience.

WordPress security monitoring more important than ever

by Paul Raymond • 20 March, 2017

Website security, particularly for WordPress sites, serves as an essential but usually ignored part of website maintenance. Regular monitoring of website security ultimately engenders a sense of trust and reliability among users, resulting in increased consumer confidence.

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.

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.