My WordPress security guide, Securing Your WordPress Website For Beginners, is now available for purchase on Amazon and Gumroad for $5. Please share it with anyone you know who can use this information.
This how-to guide explains how to secure a WordPress installation and website to a beginner using easy-to-understand language and steps. Hence, this guide is for anyone and the individuals doesn’t need any professional website design or WordPress experience. In turn, anyone can secure their website against hackers, scammers, spammers, and other bad actors using my guide.
Securing Your WordPress Website For Beginners: What Made Me Write This?
I wrote Securing Your WordPress Website For Beginners because I follow many writers on Twitter. Many of them either have a website and some of those websites aren’t secure at all. Others have a little security but need more. Finally, some writers know they need better protection but don’t know where to start.
The topic of WordPress would always come up during these discussions and I would highly recommend this Content Management System after using it for years. However, I use self-hosted WordPress which takes more experience and time to learn and use. Thus, I would push these writers to using wordpress.com which allows them to create a beautiful website but not have to handle all the maintenance stuff.
Yet, wordpress.com is limiting in many ways and can be quite expensive over time. That’s why I wrote this guide because self-hosted WordPress, even for a blog or simple website, can be much cheaper if a person is willing to take on some of the responsibility. And through my WordPress security guide I tell readers exactly what they have to do to secure and maintain their WordPress website.
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