Experience Greater Peace Of Mind Knowing Your Backups Are Secure

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Yep, here I am again TELLING you to make sure you have secure backups in place.

I don’t want you wasting hours of your time trying to get your site back, if you ever lost your data.

But this message is time critical.


Because the best backup plugin (see my best WordPress backup review) has just been updated and if you order before this Friday, you get 30% off.

Just go here:

https://www.webuildyourblog.com/backupbuddy.htm and use the special discount code: APRIL30PB

This upgrade of Backup Buddy is a major release and has more than 75 new features and enhancements including:

  • Added support for Rackspace Cloud Storage for remote backups. – So you have more choices and more control!
  • Manage remote Amazon S3, FTP, & Rackspace Cloud backups within BackupBuddy
    • Increases ease of use in managing remote backups.
  • Define remote destinations on a per schedule basis
    • Great for increased reliability of backups & clients providing backup services.
  • Background manual backups – Start the backup and close the page & it continues, so you can get back to work on other important elements.
  • Quick backup after creating or editing a post/page. – Helps you to remember to backup – no more relying just on your own memory or self-discipline.
  • Server Information / Tools – Vital tools for viewing your site status & troubleshooting.
    • Compatibility checking – Make sure your server is configured properly. Relieve stress.
    • File permissions – Make sure your most basic security is correct. Relieve stress.
    • Site size maps – Find where all your space is being used up, increasing usability and control.
    • Database size – Find any excessively large database tables, giving you greater control over the entire backup process.
    • Cron viewer – View, delete, or run scheduled operations in WordPress.
  • Malware Scanner – Check your site for malware – a MAJOR stress reliever!

Take Action:

Over 20,000 WordPress sites already use Backup Buddy including this one, so get some peace of mind and save 30% through to this Friday by using the link below and the discount code of: APRIL30PB


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13 Responses to Experience Greater Peace Of Mind Knowing Your Backups Are Secure

  1. Dennis Edell April 28, 2011 at 1:57 am #

    I knew I forgot something!

    Is that 30% from you or them?

  2. Andrew April 28, 2011 at 6:17 pm #


    Thing is, most people don’t think it will happen to them and then it does. And for just a few $ they could be covered.


  3. Stephanie April 28, 2011 at 7:10 pm #

    Thanks for offering the 30%! I’ve been told that WordPress doesn’t automatically back up blogs so this is crutial to have! If Connie has to take a week to explain her hacker story, that should be enough to warn people!

    • Andrew April 30, 2011 at 2:58 pm #


      WordPress doesn’t automatically backup your blog…hence the need for such a plugin.


  4. Nipon Bharali April 29, 2011 at 8:04 am #

    Back ups are very important.I do it via cpanel.But I will check out your plugin soon

    • Andrew April 30, 2011 at 2:58 pm #


      Via Cpanel? That must be manual, right?


  5. Petra April 29, 2011 at 6:42 pm #

    I use WordPress for two of the blogs that I manage, so I guess I’m not covered in the event that something happens. I know next to nothing about this topic. The idea that I would even need to have some kind of back-up in place never even crossed my mind. Embarrassing, but true. How do people even end up in situations where they lose their data? Is it solely attributable to hackers or are there other reasons?

    • Andrew April 30, 2011 at 3:00 pm #


      Normally it is hackers. Or it could be the host servers get corrupt.

      I just like the peace of mind in case it does happen.

      I would hate to lose all my work!


  6. Ayden May 1, 2011 at 7:22 am #

    You know what Andrew, I see people worrying about their backups when the shit hits the fan – instead of preparing for it.

    This is so fundamentally important. I guess I should sign up to this myself! hahaha

    • Andrew May 1, 2011 at 2:16 pm #


      It is fundamental…hence me trying to get people aware of the situation and more importantly take preventative action.


  7. Tara June 30, 2011 at 7:53 pm #

    Hi Andrew, Are you still using backupbuddy? I have been looking into solutions for my sites. How easy did you find it to set up to store on Amazon S3? Previously I was doing manual backups which is a complete pain, but I recently set up an auto back up with a free plugin which claims to do both db and files but seem to be getting a few errors, so have been looking for alternatives.

    Thanks for your help and great info as always

    • Andrew July 5, 2011 at 11:59 am #


      I do still use backupbuddy and for some clietns I’ve set it up using Amazon S3. It’s easy to set-up.


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