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  • Is WordPress a viable business model?

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  • Deborah

    October 12, 2019 at 3:03 pm

    I’ve read from Google searches that hackings of fully updated theme and plugin WordPress installs are on the rise. Also as we have had a number of sites hacked now and some of them we suspected was because of out of date plugins but recently we had a site repeatedly hacked in spite of updating all possible plugins. It turned out in the end to be an issue with a vulnerability with a premium paid theme and we did eventually get a patch from author but not until months of tearing our hair out. The reviews I read online say that security issues, and because people don’t want to be bothered with WordPress updates all the time, is what is driving people to platforms like Wix and FourSquare. Are any other web companies having this problem? Who is responsible for WordPress updates in your company? Do you do them or tell the customer to do them? Do you allow customers to install their own plugins? If you do them do you on charge your WordPress updates time to customers or do they pay a flat fee which includes support? – by hq overview kiwiheretic – –

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