Tech Help Canada Releases Affordable Website Maintenance Service Amid COVID-19

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A Better Way to Keep Your Website Running Smooth.

Websites require ongoing maintenance and our solution is cost-effective. Starting from $97 per month

Tech Help Canada launches affordable website maintenance solutions for Wordpress sites. Companies without a Wordpress-based website can migrate or customize their service. Website maintenance plans can also include any extra services they need. The new product aims to help small businesses in this unstable economic environment. Right now, businesses need to keep their websites maintained and accessible online. More small businesses affected by COVID-19 will also seek ways to generate revenue online.

“The product is affordable so that almost any small business can afford it.” Says the founder of Tech Help Canada, Gabriel Nwatarali. COVID-19 has forced many small businesses to close physical stores for the time being. Yet, many of them have websites that still need maintenance so it can continue to generate leads and sales. “Websites require ongoing maintenance and our solution is cost-effective. Starting from $97 per month”, said Nwatarali.

Tech Help Canada drives down the cost of website maintenance by leveraging technology. The company also provides other essential digital services. SEO (search engine optimization), copywriting, and web hosting are among the services offered. “Companies deserve quality, effective and affordable digital services that can help them grow. In the digital era, a well-maintained website is crucial. Quality content and smart digital marketing campaigns are also important”, said Nwatarali.

They are now accepting clients. Contact Tech Help Canada at info@techhelp.ca or visit the company’s website at https://www.techhelp.ca. Tech Help Canada helps businesses improve their digital presence to reach customers online. Keep your website uninterrupted and discover ways to leverage the Internet for growth.

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