Top 2 Ways How You Can Protect, Save And Back-Up Your Website

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Top 2 Ways How You Can Protect, Save And Back-Up Your Website

 

This is one area I must admit that I personally have neglected and highly taken for granted and that is backing up or saving my site. The same way you would save your course work to another flash disk/external disk, or how you would save your baby’s photos on not just your email but on dropbox, your momma’s computer, your phone, tablet, laptop and so on because its something very important to you.

 

The same applies to your website/blog because if you lost it for one reason or another you LOSE EVERYTHING. There is no half way and no in between. Sorry to be the barer of bad news but that is just the way it is!

 

1. Backup Creator

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Very easy to install into your website and provides you with quick backup. While there are quite a few tools and resources that you can use to back up your website, Backup Creator is by far the most affordable backup WP Tool that I have seen so far online!

This is what it can do for you

  • Instant backup
  • Restore Anywhere
  • Automatic Scheduling ie how often you want your site automatically backed up
  • Cloud Capability ie can save your site to FTP (file transfer protocol), Drop Box, Amazon s3.
  • Instant Restore functionality

Click below to go watch the video

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And wanted to give this last as i am sure you are wondering what the price for this is and I can confidently tell you that it is only a measly. Price:$7/year!  

 

2. Backup Buddy

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If you know you have a website that is making you money or a corporate website then this is one tool that is for you!

Main Features:

  • Provides you with email notifications
  • Malware Scan
  • Database Scan and Repair
  • Database Mass Text Replacement
  • Individual File Restore
  • Server Tools
  • Customer Support via forum

PRICE: $80/year (2 website)

So if you know that your website is a piece of online real estate then by all means please this is one WP plugin you cannot afford to not have installed onto your WordPress website

 

Final Words

So there you have it my top 2 ways on how you can protect, save and backup your website/blog easily, instantly with no problem or stress involved.

This is not to say that these are the only two out there, for those of you who are looking for something Free, there are a few WP backup plugins you can use but I cannot be certain that they will work as good as the two i have listed here.

Thanks for reading.

As always if you found any of this helpful, like, share, and comment below, let me know your thoughts or any other suggestions you may have on great WP website backup plugins you use that is working well for you.

 

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15 Responses to Top 2 Ways How You Can Protect, Save And Back-Up Your Website

  1. Scott says:

    I have Backup Creator and Backup Buddy, but now prefer to use WordPress Backup & Clone Master because it has a few more features that I like. It let’s me do backups to Dropbox, Google Drive, my server and to my email…so I’m protected in 4 ways, plus it’s easy for me to move sites from development to production. Thanks for the post.

  2. Keyur Amin says:

    No idea but is anyone using XCloner – Backup and restore available here…https://wordpress.org/plugins/xcloner-backup-and-restore/ coz I need some reviews.

    Thanks Josh for this wonderful post.

  3. NT says:

    Extremely helpful resource my friend! Thanks

  4. Dawn says:

    I was going continue my review today, but just overwhelmed with “backorder” things to be done. So much for being consistent on posting content.

    Keyur…I think I can answer your question about XCloner. From my research, it is indeed a great plugin, but not for “newbies,” because it does require some kind of configuration beyond point, click, and fill-in-the blank.

  5. Sandy says:

    Thanks for the post Josh. Learnt something new today. I am currently using WP Backup and manually download the backup to my dropbox. Exploring more options. Thanks again.

  6. Alayna says:

    Thanks for giving more ideas of the different tools that can be used for backing up. All the best. Alayna

  7. LeslieZ says:

    Hey Joshua,
    I actually was a little remiss in doing this on my blog also. I just started backing it up using WordPress backup plugin. I save my backup to my dropbox.

    It was pretty easy to setup including the schedule. I haven’t used either of the products you mentioned.

    I may need to look at a paid option at some point if I need additional features, but for now I’m all about do good stuff for free.

    Thanks,
    LeslieZ

  8. Karson says:

    Man, this hits home. My site is new and I’ve been worried about backing it up for a little while now. I’ll be looking into these tools. Thanks for the info!

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