So you’ve just installed WordPress for the first time and you couldn’t be more thrilled with the results. Everything is simple, intuitive, and you’re publishing great content on a regular basis – all with the ease of a seasoned webmaster. Then unexpected things start happening. At first, it’s just one plugin asking for an update. Then another. Next, your theme is apparently out of date. Finally, the whole WordPress software itself needs to be updated. One update doesn’t go so well, and now you have errors. You start wondering if you need to back up your blog posts – after all, you’ve written thousands of valuable words that consumed hours and hours of your time. You don’t want to end up one of those bloggers asking the WordPress forum how to restore your blog – but you also don’t know where to start with regular WordPress maintenance. That’s why we’ve put together some tips for making WordPress maintenance easy, intuitive, and effective. How to simplify WordPress maintenance from the get-go If you’re going to maintain your WordPress website or blog properly, you need two things. First, you’ll need
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