Best WordPress Backup Plugins


Best WordPress Backup Plugins
Best WordPress Backup Plugins

Performing regular backups is the best thing you can do for WordPress website security. Regular backups give you peace of mind and can be restored in the event of a disaster (such as a website being hacked, or accidentally deleting important data).

Although many web hosting providers offer limited backup services, we always recommend not relying on them alone. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to back up your website regularly and still enjoy a greater degree of freedom.

In this post, we will share a few of the best backup plugins, most of which are easy to use. If you don't already back up your WordPress site, you should choose at least one of them and start using it right away.

1. UpdraftPlus

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UpdraftPlus is the most popular free backup plugin on the Internet, used by more than 2 million websites. It allows you to create a full backup of your WordPress website and store it in the cloud, or download it to your computer. The plugin supports on-demand and scheduled backups, and you can also choose which files and directories you want to back up.

This plugin automatically uploads backup data to OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Rackspace, FTP/SFTP, email, and several other cloud storage services. In addition to backing up your website data, UpdraftPlus allows you to easily restore backups directly from your WordPress dashboard.

There is a premium version of the plugin that includes add-ons for migrating/cloning sites, database search/replacement, multisite support, and several other additional features, plus priority technical support.

2. VaultPress (Jetpack Backup)

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VaultPress was created by Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress, and his team at Automattic. Although initially a standalone plugin, it is now part of JetPack, so you will need a JetPack subscription plan to use VaultPress.

This plugin offers automatic real-time cloud backups, making it easy to set up site backups and restore from them with just a few clicks of a button. jetpack's premium plans also offer security scans and some other powerful features, but there are some drawbacks to using VaultPress.

    1. If you have multiple WordPress sites, this will be a recurring cost, as you will need to pay for each site.
    2. you must first subscribe to JetPack, get a WordPress.com account and then install the Jetpack plugin on the site.
    3. On cheaper plans, backups are stored for only 30 days, and if you need unlimited backup archives, you must pay a higher cost, which is much more expensive than other solutions.

Even with the higher price, VaultPress is totally worth it because of Automattic's reputation. If you already use JetPack for other functions (e.g. JetPack CDN for photos, social media promotion, etc.), then this is a great option for you.

3. BackupBuddy

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This is one of the most popular premium backup plugins, used by more than half of WordPress sites, allowing you to easily schedule daily, weekly, and monthly backups.

With BackupBuddy, you can automatically store backups in cloud storage services like Dropbox, Amazon S3, Rackspace, Stash, FTP, and even email them to yourself. If you use their Stash service, you can also make real-time backups.

The best part: BackupBuddy is not a subscription-based service, so there are no monthly fees. In addition, you get access to a premium support forum, regular updates, and 1GB of BackupBuddy Stash storage. In addition, their iThemes sync feature allows you to manage up to 10 WordPress sites from a single dashboard, and you can even use BackupBuddy to copy, migrate, and restore sites.

4. BoldGrid Backup

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BoldGrid is a premium website builder powered by WordPress, and Backup is its automated backup solution that allows you to easily create website backups, restore your website after a crash, and even migrate your website when switching hosts.

This plugin comes with an automatic failsafe feature that automatically creates a backup before the site is updated, and if the update fails, it will roll back the WordPress site to the state it was in before the update, which is a great feature to protect you from update errors.

With BoldGrid Backup, you can store up to 10 backup archives on your dashboard and save more in cloud storage locations such as Amazon S3, FTP/SFTP, and more.

5. BlogVault

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BlogVault is another popular backup service, in fact, it's a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, not just a WordPress plugin. It creates offsite backups independently on the BlogVault server, so the load impact on the site is almost zero.

The service creates automatic daily backups of your site and allows you to manually create unlimited on-demand backups, plus an intelligent incremental backup feature -- synchronizing only incremental changes to minimize server load and ensure you get the best performance from your site.

In addition to backups, it helps you easily restore your site. Backup archives can be stored for up to 90 days, so you can restore your site from any disaster. The built-in segment management allows you to test changes easily, plus it offers easy-to-use site migration.

The plugin seems promising, but BlogVault is a bit pricey compared to the other competitors mentioned above.

6. BackWPup

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BackWPup is a free plugin that allows you to create full WordPress backups and store them in the cloud (Dropbox, Amazon S3, Rackspace, etc.), FTP, email or on your computer. The plugin is very easy to use and allows you to schedule automatic backups based on how often your site is updated.

Restoring a site from backup is also easy, and the premium version has priority support, the ability to store backups on Google Cloud Drive, and some other cool features.

7. Duplicator

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Duplicator is a popular WordPress plugin that is primarily used to migrate websites, plus it offers backup functionality. However, it does not allow you to create automatic schedules, which makes it less useful for sites that are regularly maintained than those of the major backup solutions.

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