Backup is Not an Option: 7 Ways to Backup Your Site

Should you backup your site or not? Backup is not an option. It is a must.

Most people hardly talk about backup until disaster occurs. It ought not to be so. When you make plans to set up any website, you should think of backup as part of the project from the first stage.

7 WordPress plugins to help you backup your site

When you discuss a project with a client, a backup plan is part of the cost. Make that clear to your client at the beginning of the project.

In this episode of the Fruitfulujah Podcast, I discussed backup is not an option for your project. I have explained why you need it. How you can setup an effective backup plan that is within budget. I shared my personal story working on several projects, of how a healthy backup saved the day.

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Performing backup by yourself may sound overwhelming, but it is not. I have explained 7 ways you can back up your WordPress site. And these plugins are easy to use.

You can choose a free or premium version. It all depends on what you want to do.

Show Notes

Here is the list of plugins I mentioned in this episode:

  1. VaultPress
  2. BackupBuddy
  3. BackWPup
  4. BackUpWordPress
  5. UpdraftPlus
  6. Duplicator
  7. WP-DB-Backup

Lead at Fruitfulujah Project. I consult, teach and help people build fruitful Internet projects. Every post I write, site I build, and podcast I make has 1# simple rule: "make it simple for everyday users". Also, a regular guest on Radio Benue FM95 ICT WORLD Show.

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2 comments on “Backup is Not an Option: 7 Ways to Backup Your Site
  1. AfricaLinked says:

    Wow! this is an insightful and also an interesting article, it will really help me alot, thanks alot for this informative article!

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