What is Web Week? How Do I Make the Most Of It?
Ever heard of Web Week?
We’re here to tell you all about it, and how you can make the most out of this holiday period.
Introducing Web Week
“Web Week” was thought up by the folks at WP Engine, and it’s the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve when most sites get lower traffic. This makes it the perfect time to make and launch any changes to a site, or to launch your existing site on a new host.
If you’re a WordPress developer, this makes it the perfect opportunity to boost your revenue. How? We’ll you can sell your clients on making improvements to their site, or you can can create new sites throughout the month of December to then launch during Web Week.
The decrease in website traffic means you’ll be affecting a lot less site visitors should anything go wrong, and it also gives you time to fine-tune your work before the traffic starts going up again.
How can WP Engine help?
WP Engine is one of the best WordPress hosts around, and there’s no denying that.
During Web Week they are “encouraging brands and agencies to take advantage of this low traffic time of year to invest in and migrate to a new hosting provider, launch changes to your site, or simply use the time to do all the creative things you want to do but can’t when times are hectic.”
Through the next few weeks they will also be posting a number of blog posts to help spark some ideas and resolutions for bigger, faster, better sites in 2017.
Some of their ideas includes:
- Upgrading your hosting environment.
- Launching end of year website changes.
- Optimise your workflow.
- Get creative with new features.
- Prepare for chill week – the first week of the year.
Make the Most of Web Week
If you’re wondering, that’s 41/2 months free on any pre-paid annual shared plan, since the 25% discount is in addition to WP Engine‘s standard 2 months free discount on annual subscriptions.
The offer runs from Thursday, December 1, 2016 through Saturday, December 31, 2016, and is valid for new customers purchasing any Personal, Professional, or Business plan. It’s not valid for existing customers, upgrades, or any other product purchase.