WordPress: Site Maintenance Calendar

We’ve put together a sample calendar for your site maintenance to help you schedule time to keep your WordPress site tuned up and running smoothly.

January Upgrade or Update WordPress Check in with WordPress.org for anything new going on.Add New Content
FebruaryCheck Site Statistics

 

Check Site’s Link Popularity and Search Engine Ranking

Add New Content Check for new Plugins Clean out Plugins Backup Database and Site
March Clean up and/or Try New Theme
Check in with WordPress.org for anything new going on.Add New Content
April Clean Out Graphics and Photographs Add New Content Backup Database and Site Check Site StatisticsSubmit Site to Search Engines
May Check for Dead Links Check in with WordPress.org for anything new going on.Add New Content
June Backup Database and Site Add New Content Check Site Statistics Check Site’s Link Popularity and Search Engine RankingCheck Advertising
July Upgrade or Update WordPress Check in with WordPress.org for anything new going on.Add New Content
August Check for New Plugins Clean Out Old Plugins Backup Database and Site Add New ContentCheck Site Statistics
September Clean or Renew Themes Check in with WordPress.org for anything new going on. Add New Content Submit Site to Search EnginesCheck Advertising
October Backup Database and Site Validate Web Pages and CSS Optimize Web Pages and CSS Add New ContentCheck Site Statistics
November Check in with WordPress.org for anything new going on. Add New ContentCheck Site’s Link Popularity and Search Engine Ranking
December Backup Database and Site Check Site Statistics Add New ContentCheck Advertising

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