VaultPress.com - Automatic backups of your wordpress blogs from the makers of WordPress!

by Deepak Media 5 replies
Anybody started using it? I just signed-up for them and they are backing up every small change in my blog. Looks promising in the long run. My WP blog is 5 gb in size and I dont have to worry about manual backups anymore!
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  • Profile picture of the author n7 Studios
    I've signed up for it - waiting for an invite.

    Certainly looks promising, it's created by the same guys behind Wordpress.
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Voss
    Deepak,
    Are you noticing anything with the functionality/load times of your blog with this service?

    Thanks for sharing. Now I am waiting for my ticket too.

    -Scott
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    • Profile picture of the author Deepak Media
      Originally Posted by Scott Voss View Post

      Deepak,
      Are you noticing anything with the functionality/load times of your blog with this service?

      Thanks for sharing. Now I am waiting for my ticket too.

      -Scott
      No, my blog is smooth as ever

      They are working on more features such as automatic restore and adding multiple sites to the same account. It is a good idea to signup now and get locked in the $15/mo rate.
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  • Profile picture of the author jaywilsonjr
    I like how they created their squeeze page. Instead of a normal "Waiting/announcement List" type page with traditional form fields, they made it into a letter of sorts.

    I wonder how well this converts. They have 9 fields, I'm sure this format beats a normal optin form. Had I gone to this page and seen 9 fields of info being requested I would have left, but with this format, I was drawn into reading the text, and filling out the fields as I went...

    Man... ideas, ideas...

    Now I'm off to create something similar so I can split test...


    Jay
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    • Profile picture of the author Deepak Media
      Originally Posted by jaywilsonjr View Post

      I like how they created their squeeze page. Instead of a normal "Waiting/announcement List" type page with traditional form fields, they made it into a letter of sorts.

      I wonder how well this converts. They have 9 fields, I'm sure this format beats a normal optin form. Had I gone to this page and seen 9 fields of info being requested I would have left, but with this format, I was drawn into reading the text, and filling out the fields as I went...

      Man... ideas, ideas...

      Now I'm off to create something similar so I can split test...


      Jay
      I too found that to be very innovative. Let us know about the results of your test.
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