WordPress Maintenance Plans are exactly what you think they are, maintenance plans for your site’s back-end structure. In other words, updating your version of WordPress, updating plugins, making backups and adding extra security can all be part of a WordPress Maintenance Plan.
I have been using WordPress to power my website for awhile and on any given day, there’s always an update needed. For instance, plugins need updates on a regular basis (once or twice a month) and the same goes for your theme, as well as the WordPress core.
Several small businesses have been using our wordpress maintenance plans , so they can spend more time on their sales and marketing strategies, rather than dealing with IT issues. Here’s a list of issues you could potentially (is not a matter of if, but rather when) run into, if you don’t stay on top of all your site’s maintenance: