This example shows the admin alerts in Word Press, indicating that there are 12 updates available.
You will see similar alerts in whatever CMS you are using.
Many of them just can’t identify why a lot of people are not giving attention to their sites.
This can indeed be quite a confusing puzzle, yet the answer to such question is truly fairly simple.
Websites that fail to do this are vulnerable to attacks.
To find out if there are any outstanding updates you need to install – check your CMS dashboard.
You’ve got a thousand and one things to do and updating your website isn’t anywhere near the top of the list.
First, you should determine your high value customers (HVC) and define personas for your website.
Then you should determine how you will target them.
Taglines and slogans that are customer-centric (i.e., focuses on the needs and wants of the customer) are essential to capturing the attention of your prospective customers.
If you do not have the time to install the updates and maintain the security of your website, find a company that will provide website hosting and also manage the security updates as part of the package.
Hackers typically try to get into the admin of a website as, from there, they can do what they want.