Back ups are a nasty topic. Because it involves work, that leads to nothing, unless…
a calamity happens.
Fortunately, when using WordPress, creating a daily backup file isn’t that much work. In fact, it can be fully automated using the WP-DBManager plugin.
You just click the ‘Manage Backup Database’ tab and fill in your back up variables.
The plugin will send you a backup file by email, that you can use in case of an emergency.
But there are other emergencies…, those who you never give a moment of thought, especially when you’re young.
You see, I’ve just recovered from open heart surgery.
The doctors placed 5 bypasses, so my heart functions well again.
I hope to add a great number of years to my life, only…
…it was close!
Our family doctor discovered my heart failure by accident.
A couple of months or even weeks more, and I might not have been here anymore.
That’s another kind of emergency, wouldn’t you agree?
It made me make another back up list.
Of running accounts, that have to be closed in case of fatal accidents.
Like PayPal, subscriptions, autoresponders, hosting and so on.
And it made me think what to do with all of my websites running.
The obvious solution is to sell them, but who’s going to do that?
Fortunately I’ve found someone who’s willing to do that, so there’s another backup list of sites to sell.
That’s my final backup.
Do you have one?
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