Running an online business means wearing a lot of hats. And, you simply can’t afford to learn it all the hard way. It takes too much time and ultimately costs too much money in doing it wrong, then doing it over, as well as all the money you’re not making in the meantime. At some point you’re going to need to hire someone to help you, whether that’s with site design and use, marketing, social media, copy writing, making videos, the list goes on. But, all gurus are not created equal. Here are a few tips to help you hire the right person and avoid getting ripped off.
One of the BlogAid Services I offer is a full site evaluation and review. I’ve been very busy with them during this latest upgrade of WordPress and I’m seeing the same things over and over that compromise a site in every way possible. So, I decided to offer a special consultation package. If you’re concerned about your site security, plugins, or the health of your database, this is an inexpensive way to get peace of mind about it.
The folks at WordPress announced today that they are on the final release candidate and should be making WordPress 3.3 publicly available next week. Is your site ready? I’ve been working overtime helping folks check their sites, and good thing, because they weren’t ready to update. Following is a checklist for the steps you should take to ensure your site is ready and what to expect in the upgrade.