Secure Your WordPress Sites with Wordfence Security

Securing your WordPress sites is one of the most important steps you can take in your web design business. Because WordPress is so popular, it’s a big target for hackers. Securing your websites will give both you and your clients peace of mind.

Today’s video shows how to install and configure the Wordfence Security plugin. This is one of the most highly-rated plugins in the WordPress Wordfence SecurityPlugin Directory, and the free version will give you everything you need to secure your sites. There is also a paid version available if you want additional options and support.

In addition to securing your sites, Wordfence Security also features a performance enhancement option. The Wordfence Falcon Engine available with this feature will make your sites up to 50 time faster!

Watch this video to see us install and configure Wordfence Security, and run our first scan:

Our training will help you learn all the basics of designing and developing with WordPress, plus important information like how to secure your sites, how to customize themes with CSS, and a whole lot more.

In addition to the WordPress training, we also show you how to build and manage a profitable web design business. From finding and working with clients to building a team, and everything in between, you’ll learn everything you need to create a profitable and sustainable business.

Click here to get all the details.

Have you used the Wordfence Security plugin on your WordPress sites? Is there another security plugin that you prefer? Have any questions? Comment below to join in the discussion!


  1. Very great blog !!!

    • I was having a lot of subscribers to my site, but they seemed to be suspicious, so I added wp spam sheild which did not stop the bots. so then I deactivated that ans activated clean talk, that stopped the bots.
      I am wondering if I should have added the word fence and if it would conflict with it?
      Should i add it now? Thanks.
      Also I want my site to have an open blog that is moderated but they do not have to register to comment. I also want a private forum that you need to register to join but it looks like my forum can be seen by anyone. any suggestions.

      • Hi Kathy,

        We really like Wordfence Security, and it’s very highly rated. But I wouldn’t advise using more than one security plugin, as they may conflict with each other. If you’re getting good results with Clean Talk, there’s no reason to switch. If this changes in the future, you can always switch to Wordfence Security at that time.

        You can configure your comment settings in your Dashboard, in the Settings > Discussion panel.

        For private forums, the safest bet is bbPress. This plugin is authored by the makers of WordPress. You can get the details here:


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