It’s near impossible to run a modern business without the help of a website. From the smallest start-ups to the largest of companies, without a website, it’s hard for your work to be relevant to most customers. Instead, you will be restricted to selling your good and services to those local to you. Of course, it’s likely that, if you already have a website, you already know how much work it can be. But, if you don’t, it won’t be long until you realize how much work goes into maintaining a simple site. To help you out with this, this post will be going through some of the ways you can automate your website, taking this work away and making life a lot easier.





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  • SEO

SEO is the very first area for you to consider. Unfortunately, there isn’t a tool out there which can handle this job for you in its entirety, as too much of the work being done is creative. Most people won’t be able to handle this work themselves, anyway, regardless of the time involved. So, for this part of the site, you might need some professional help. You can find good SEO agencies in most cities and towns. Along with this, you could also use options like social media and backlink software to enhance your SEO off-site, without having to pay for it. Altogether, this will make this area much easier to manage.



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  • Security

Next, it’s time to consider security. A lot of websites are left without encryption or protection from the outside world. To start, you should be considering the company which hosts the site. If they can’t prove that their servers are secure, it could be worth finding a company with better results. Along with this, you should also be thinking about SSL. This is the certificate which enables your site to encrypt the data it sends and receives. In most cases, you will have to renew your SSL once a year. Doing this will take some work, so it’s worth looking for a service which can renew it for you automatically.



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  • Helpdesks And Email Systems

A lot of small businesses struggle to deal with the level of support they have to give their customers. Responding to emails and phone calls can eat up precious time which you don’t have. Thankfully, as technology moves forward, it’s becoming easier to automate this side of your company. There are loads of tools out there which enable you to create an automatic helpdesk for your customers to use. This will work like a large, dynamic FAQ page, with answers to all of your common queries. As you get new questions to answer, you can add them to the system to help people in the future.


Hopefully, this post will give you a good idea of what can be done when you’re trying to figure out how to take some of the website related stress out of your life. A lot of small businesses struggle with this area. But, with the right work, it doesn’t have to be this way. Instead, you just need to step up your automation game.


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