A few weeks ago I got a Facebook message from Andrew, he needed to speak with me straight away. I jumped on Zoom, hoping he was going to tell me that Prince Harry had requested my presence at the Buck House. No such luck. He had discovered BlogVault.net and was beyond delighted with the product and just had to demonstrate how quickly he was backing up and migrating websites.

As an openly delete / update phobic person I was curious to see how this white knuckle exercise could be a “joy”. The process was lightening fast.

Any reader here knows that I like to do my own research by shaking down the developer myself. I am a curious person and I like to see things in action. So I did a little stalking and got Akshat, one of the chief engineers at BlogVault to get on a Zoom call with me. And because we are after all a community, I recorded the conversation and I am sharing with you.

Some highlights:

BlogVault is a platform that allows you to create backups, reinstall backups to either a live site OR to a staging environment so you can test.

For you (and me) not so techie people this means you can see your site perform, while turning plugins on and off, add or remove CSS, trouble shoot, while your regular site is live.

BlogVault has security settings you can tweak for the websites you manage. All of this is done through their platform, which you login to and go to a dashboard where you see all of the websites that you manage.

If you provide maintenance for your clients then you must see this video. If you don’t provide maintenance but are looking for new revenue streams for your business, take a look at this video. I think it could be your solution and at a reasonable price.

The folks at BlogVault love working with paranoid people because they know their product is awesome and they are delighted to provide peace for people like me.

Let me know what you think!

EIleen Lonergan
Eileen Lonergan was an integral part of this company. Unfortunately, Eileen Passed away on the 31st of October 2018 after a short battle with Cancer. She leaves behind the legacy of the Divi Theme Users Group and hundreds of people that she helped through coaching, building outstanding websites and just being - accessible. We miss her every day!
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