The Perfect Website Launch


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Build Your Team

First, decide who will be involved in the project. If you need extra resources, now is the time to find them. Be realistic in terms of budget and time—if you can't do it well and efficiently, hire someone.

Ask The Right Questions

Everyone on the project should have a say in the technology used to build and manage the site. We give you the 10 most important questions to pose with developers, designers, site owners, and agency team members.

Workflow Best Practices

Development teams of any size need tools that support continuous integration and agile development. If you’re still managing infrastructure for your website, the burden of sysadmin work is falling on the project’s developers.

Prep for Launch

Several weeks before your planned launch date, start checking off your final to-do list. Train the team, test the site, and optimize for performance so you can celebrate on launch day.

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Running 25% of the web makes WordPress a natural target for security exploits, but does not mean the CMS is ill-equipped for such attacks. In fact, WordPress core is very secure, and an updated version has never had a major exploit.

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As a site owner, you have to be prepared for what may come. Having a reliable platform is critical for scaling your site, and will also help you keep your sanity. With the right infrastructure and development practices in place, WordPress can push hundreds of millions, even billions, of pageviews a month.

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WordPress is also an ideal choice for enterprise because it is here to stay. You can rest easy knowing the core team is deliberate about actively maintaining and improving WordPress, and the CMS will continue to be a viable and modern framework for years to come.

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WordPress was built with the content editor in mind. While offering a wonderful experience for the end user is imperative, having a simple and seamless interface for adding and editing content can have a profound impact on the quality of your content.

Row 3 | Column 1

Running 25% of the web makes WordPress a natural target for security exploits, but does not mean the CMS is ill-equipped for such attacks. In fact, WordPress core is very secure, and an updated version has never had a major exploit.

Row 3 | Column 2

As a site owner, you have to be prepared for what may come. Having a reliable platform is critical for scaling your site, and will also help you keep your sanity. With the right infrastructure and development practices in place, WordPress can push hundreds of millions, even billions, of pageviews a month.

Row 3 | Column 3

WordPress is also an ideal choice for enterprise because it is here to stay. You can rest easy knowing the core team is deliberate about actively maintaining and improving WordPress, and the CMS will continue to be a viable and modern framework for years to come.

Row 3 | Column 4

WordPress was built with the content editor in mind. While offering a wonderful experience for the end user is imperative, having a simple and seamless interface for adding and editing content can have a profound impact on the quality of your content.

Row 4 | Column 1

Running 25% of the web makes WordPress a natural target for security exploits, but does not mean the CMS is ill-equipped for such attacks. In fact, WordPress core is very secure, and an updated version has never had a major exploit.

Row 4 | Column 2

As a site owner, you have to be prepared for what may come. Having a reliable platform is critical for scaling your site, and will also help you keep your sanity. With the right infrastructure and development practices in place, WordPress can push hundreds of millions, even billions, of pageviews a month.

Row 4 | Column 3

WordPress is also an ideal choice for enterprise because it is here to stay. You can rest easy knowing the core team is deliberate about actively maintaining and improving WordPress, and the CMS will continue to be a viable and modern framework for years to come.

Row 4 | Column 4

WordPress was built with the content editor in mind. While offering a wonderful experience for the end user is imperative, having a simple and seamless interface for adding and editing content can have a profound impact on the quality of your content.

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