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Once you have set up and launched your website, you may think that you are finished, but that is simply not the case. In order to protect your customers and give them the best possible experience and impression of your company, it is important that you regularly maintain your website. Below are some of the main reasons to update your site frequently.
No matter what platform you use to run your website, there will be occasional software updates. It is important that you run these updates to keep your site functioning properly. Your platform will let you know when updates are available.
Updating your website frequently helps to keep it secure. Sites that run on old code are more susceptible to hackers. Once your site has been hacked, you will have to go through a lot to get it secure again. It is much easier to keep it updated and prevent hacking.
If customers frequently visit your site, they will get bored if you always present the same content. They might even stop coming, and less traffic means less sales. You also want to make sure that all links work. By keeping your content new, you will keep your customers interested and coming back for more.
You want to drive new users to your site, and the best way to do that is through search engine optimization (SEO). Search engines like Google are constantly updating their algorithms, and keeping your content up-to-date will keep you at the top of search engine results.
You always want to make sure your site is backed up in the event of something happening. You always want to make sure you back up both your code and your content. If something were to happen to your site, it will be much easier to recover.
Keeping your website maintained is important for both you and your users. Your site will be safe and secure, and your users will have the best possible experience when visiting your site.
Well it's quite a simple fix but I had hard time finding it so here you go, I'll share it with you. If you want to change the default Woocommerce "[Product Title] has been added to your cart" message, you need to add this bunch of code in your theme functions.php: