WordPress website backups made easy with Project Supremacy
WordPress is by far the most popular CMS (Content Management System) used to build websites around the world but that does come with some downfalls.
I am sure, like myself, you have had a website hacked and code and files have been added to your website which has lead to dropped rankings or even website shutdown.
Making backups is website management 101 but it is not as easy one might think.
There are a ton of “backup plugins” and systems on the market and some of them work great and some do not work at all, well at least for me even tho I followed step by step.
Auto Website Backups with PSv3
Inside the V3 dashboard, you can set and forget website backups for your websites and you are given a multitude of storage frequency options.
You have the ability to automatically back up your website depending on how often you are adding new content:
You also have the ability to choose your storage method:
- Amazon S3
- Google Drive
Once you have connected your preferred storage method, PSv3 will automatically create and store your backups.
Another amazing feature is the number of backups that will be stored. You can choose how many backups to keep on your website.
Let me give you an example (my preferred backup process)
Every website I create or manage will be set up to make a backup every week, they will be stored in my Dropbox account and I will keep a maximum number of 52 backups.
That means I will have a full year’s worth of backups that I can access if my website gets hacked and I can not retrieve my website.
How cool is that!!!