Usually nothing nice! You might no longer be able to travel to some countries. And if you’re looking to rent a new flat, more likely than not will you need to prove your identity with a passport.
Well, when you have a website – it comes with a passport of some sorts too. Your website’s passport contains important information: where is your website hosted (your web hosting provider), references (such as passwords) and contacts (for example a support hotline).
Do you have these things handy? You won’t require them right now, but when something is wrong with your website – for example it has been hacked or your webhosting provider has gone out of business – you will need to act quickly!
Never mind! You say. I have a web master …
But webmasters are not available at all times – or they might have moved on, got a promotion or planting potatoes.
This is why creating a website passport is a very smart thing to do.
Please download the Website Owner’s Emergency checklist (PDF) and protect yourself against nerve racking trouble.
The document has been created and generously offered by copyblogger. Please read the full article here: The WordPress Website Owner’s Emergency Checklist.