Small Businesswebsite manager

What Can a Website Manager Do For You?

 

 

Here’s the truth: there are 1.74 billion websites on the Internet today. Chances are, a good chunk of those websites are selling the exact same product or service that you have and more often than not, a lot of them are doing better than you. The Internet is a competitive world. Depending on your efforts, you’re either succeeding or failing—there’s nothing in between. But if you know little or nothing about WordPress management, for instance, there’s always the option to hire a website manager.

 

Here’s why you need one for your Business:

A Website Manager Oversees your Brand Online

Your website is the face of your brand online, so it’s only fitting that you keep that brand as reputable as possible. A website manager does more than looking after your website, but they take care of your brand by making sure that your website is up and running, fully functional, and relevant.

A website manager can be an expert in WordPress management. They know when updates are needed, what bugs to fix, and how to implement strategies that will improve your website.

 

A Manager keeps your Website in Good Shape

Have you ever asked yourself how much money you lose every time your website is down? In 2013, retail giant Amazon lost over $5.7 million with just an hour of downtime. Although you may not be losing millions, any downtime could still cost your business a lot of money and lost hours.

A website manager makes sure that this doesn’t happen by keeping tabs of your website’s health at all times. He assesses, monitors, and generates regular reports on your website’s performance to make sure that you’re always running at your full potential.

 

A Website Manager helps you Gather Relevant Data

Data gathering is a crucial step in creating a solid online marketing strategy. Since your website is the heart of your online brand, analytical data will give you a good insight into the behavior of your consumers so you can build strategies that will really yield good results.

A website manager can also help you generate data for your social media platforms to know what consumers are saying on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram about your brand and how you can make all your strategies more coherent.

 

A Manager delivers Consistent Content

Content management is essential to the success of your website and it takes more than just good articles to succeed at it. No matter how good your content is, if it’s not put out at the right time or managed properly, you will still not be able to maximize the benefits that your content can give to your business.

With a website manager in your team, you’ll never have to worry about delayed content releases because they will make sure that your content calendar is followed and your content is laid out properly.

At the end of the day, having a website manager is like having a content manager, social media manager, and webmaster in one.

 


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