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Your website is critical to your business - are you taking care of it?

As one of the most important assets in your business, it's vital that you keep your website updated, protected and online. If your website is offline or has a major issue, this will affect your revenue and your customers.

It's important to be vigilant in today's modern world as the average website will have automated attacks looking for weaknesses, multiple times per day.

Our free guide will help you to put together a clear plan for your website, help you understand the importance of security and give you better peace of mind.

Learn why backups and a disaster recovery plan are vital for your business
Understand why you should never give out your main passwords to third parties
Put together a website maintenance schedule that helps you and your employees
See why it's important to choose a good web hosting company for your website
Learn what happened to one business owner who neglected his website
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