Building websites is a common job among the WordPRess space, and it can certainly make a solid living on its own. But if you’re looking to for a way to increase your income, or diversify your services to bring in more clients, one logical step could be starting into WordPress maintenance.
Even once a build, a site won’t stay running entirely on its own. This can be a great opportunity to increase your range of services. The in-depth guide below will take you through some of the extra services you can offer, how much to charge for them, how to convince your clients that your services are worth the cost, and how to deliver on that value.
As a web developer or designer, you know that there are ongoing tasks required to keep a client’s website in tip-top shape after launch, and that’s where there’s opportunity to start a WordPress maintenance business. Have you thought about the additional revenue you could make each month by offering those services to your clients?
The terms of the service are usually tightly defined in advance and outline the type of work that will be done, what the limitations are, and how often the work will be performed. Maintenance services are typically offered as a subscription, where clients pay you a predetermined amount each month to perform the work.
Discover the ins and outs of focusing on WordPress maintenance services in this start-to-finish guide.
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