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Awesome WordPress Backup Plugins

Backup is so important when you use WordPress sites even when you have built your site using other open sources like Mengto, Joomla, etc. You can find 23 competitors similar to WordPress. WordPress backup is not different from those. And for that job, you need the best WordPress backup plugins.

Website security is a prime part of any website. Backup is not only important in case your website got hacked but also in case you accidentally delete or remove anything. Let’s look into seven WordPress backup plugins to use.

1. UpdraftPlus

UpdraftPlus is one of the best and free WordPress backup plugins you can get on the Internet. It is very famous among its users and used by approximately 2 million websites. UpdraftPlus permits you to get a full backup of your WordPress site and store it on Google Drive or any cloud service or download it to your computer. There are two types of backups using this plugin.

The scheduled backups 

Schedule backups are backups in which your plugin creates backups on a weekly or monthly basis, or on specific dates. Even if you’re available or not. Your backups are created.

On-demand backups 

On-demand backups are backups in which you backup your site manually. Like at a specific time. And it requires your presence for the backup.

You also have the choice to choose the files you want to save. It can auto-upload your backups to Dropbox, Google Drive, S3, Rackspace, FTP, SFTP, e-mail, and several other cloud storage services.

2. VaultPress

VaultPress was started by Matt Mullenweg,  a WordPress co-founder and his loyal team at Automattic. Although it began as an independent plugin, VaultPress is now a vital part of Automattic’s other products called JetPack.

You will require a JetPack monthly or annual plan to use VaultPress. There are different pricing plans with different features. VaultPress plugin gives an automated real-time cloud backup starting at $3.50 per month. 

You can smoothly set up VaultPress backups and restore them from backups within a few seconds. The other plans of Jetpack also give you security scans and many other wonderful qualities. There are a few drawbacks to VaultPress users.  

  1. It is a recurring cost that can add up if you have many WordPress sites because you pay per site.  
  2. Your JetPack subscription is something you cannot avoid in order to get full access, get a WordPress.com account, and install the Jetpack plugin.
  3. Backups are for only 30-days on the starting or lower plans. If you want an unlimited backup archive, then you would have to pay the $29 per month per website which is significantly more expensive for starters when compared to other solutions. We are still using VaultPress because we got grandfathered in at their older pricing which was a lot more favorable.  Even at the higher price, VaultPress is completely worth it due to the stellar reputation of Automattic.

3. BlogVault

BlogVault is another famous WordPress backup service for WordPress. It’s a software as a service company, also known as SaaS, rather than just a simple WordPress plugin. It generates offsite backups on its own BlogVault servers, so there will be zero loads on your server. When you buy BlogVault it starts automatic backup of your website every single day and also permits you to generate unlimited on-demand backups. 

Its best feature is allowing smart incremental backups that sync only incremental variations for minimal server load. This gives optimal performance for your site.  On top of that, it allows you to recover your website easily. You can get a 90 days backup archive, so you can recover your site from any setback.

It also has many other awesome features including the built-in staging site feature to let you test your website easily. Plus, it allows an easy option to migrate your website to another host.  BlogVault features seem promising however pricing seems a bit higher when compared to other WordPress plugins above. For the starting plan, it will cost you $89, which offers a one site license.

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