There are plenty of reasons to invest in a WordPress Care Plan. Yet few website owners think of it as an investment. They often want to know (rightly so) how much it costs. Yet you should think of what you are receiving in exchange for that money.
Here’s the thing, though. Some website owners love WordPress. They love tinkering around with their site, learning about it, developing it.
I reckon most people fall into another, larger category though. These are the people who have many other better things to do than to maintain and update their website. It’s vital to update and maintain your site, of course, but if you’re inexperienced in doing so, you could cause further issues if things go wrong.
That would be more time wasted, not to mention more frustration and potentially lost business.
No doubt you have business tasks you cannot easily delegate to others. It makes sense to delegate the things you don’t like doing or aren’t knowledgeable enough about to do justice to.
Some people hate doing accounts, so they get an experienced accountant to handle that for them. If you dislike coping with endless WordPress updates and similar issues, you should think about delegating those to an experience team offering Care Plans of several sizes.
Choose the plan that makes the most sense for your business. Think about the time this would free up for you. What else could you do with that time? How else could you further your business?
Running a business involves a myriad of tasks. It is impossible to keep up or learn about them all. Your website forms a crucial part of your business, but it doesn’t mean you need to keep on top of it.
If you invest in a team who can handle that for you, just imagine what else you could achieve with all that free time. And you’ll be far less likely to experience the frustration that goes with a crashed WordPress site too.