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Just as keeping a business running successfully requires ongoing maintenance, equally important is maintaining the company's website. Outdated, stale, or error-ridden websites not only face an increased risk of malfunctions and inoperability, but also a loss of visitor traffic/site ranking and interest.
To keep a website current, fresh, and reliable, companies often hire a dedicated web specialist to maintain the site on its behalf. Doing so enables a company to manage updates, repairs, and changes to its site in a cost-effective manner.
Companies that hire a maintenance provider for their website(s) need a well-drafted maintenance agreement that spells out each party's duties and service expectations. A LegalZoom Website Maintenance Agreement provides a good starting point for customizing the contract to cover the maintenance of a company's website, leaving each party to focus on its area of expertise: the company on its business and the contractor on the maintenance of the company's website.
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