WordPress Backup to DropBox
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No one loves Dropbox more than I do. It’s completely changed the way I do … well, everything.
Same goes for WordPress.
Anything that brings the two of them together? Pure heaven.
And that’s why I love a new plug-in called WordPress Backup to DropBox.
This was really a no-brainer. We all need to back up our sites on a regular basis — and yet few of us really do it. This plug-in automatically backs up your site to Dropbox (where you’re probably putting everything anyway) so you don’t have to remember any more.
You can choose a day, time and how often you wish to back up your site, You can set where you want your backup stored within Dropbox and on your server as well as choose what files or directories, if any, you wish to exclude from the backup. And your Dropbox account details are kept safe in the process.