The best thing one can do for website security is a regular WordPress backup. Backup is very important as it saves you from many situations like if you accidentally log out or if your website gets hacked or in case of the crash of the server.

To ensure the security of your website, the only way is keeping a backup.  There are numbers of WordPress backup plugins such as Updraft Plus, Vault Press, Backup Buddy, BoldGrid Backup and Blog Vault.

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Topics Covered:

  1. Updraft Plus
  2. Vault Press
  3. Backup Buddy
  4. BoldGrid Backup
  5. Blog Vault
  6. Closure

Updraft Plus

Updraft Plus is the most commonly WordPress backup accessible on the internet which is used and is easily available as there are more than 2 million currently-active websites. It clarifies restorations and backups.

Updraft Plus allows a complete backup of the WordPress site by downloading it to your computer or storing it on the cloud. The plugin supports on-demand backups as well as scheduled backups. And the plus point of this backup is that it gives the option to select which files you want to backup.

It will automatically upload your backups to Google Drive, S3, Dropbox, FTP, email and other cloud storage. The price of Updraft Plus is Free but for the Updraft Premium personal it is of $70.

The review of this backup is that it is loved by many having a rating of 4.9 out of 5.

Vault Press

To back up the website, we use Vault Press. The founder of Vault Press is Matt Mullenweg along with his team. It is a WordPress support plugin, initially, it started as a unique and independent plugin but later it is a part of Automattic’s new product named JetPack. To use Vault Press, you need a subscription of JetPack. For different features, multiple pricing plans are there.  

The real-time cloud backup solution of VaultPress plugin costs start at $3.50 per month. It can be installed easily and you can backup or restore by a few clicks only.

The price of VaultPress starts $39 per year for JetPack Personal plan.

Backup Buddy

It is the most popular and most used premium WordPress backup plugin. Other WordPress backup plugins do only the backup but this backup backs up the whole WordPress installation by having a copy of all the WordPress website files.

It is accessible for your daily, weekly, and monthly backups. By this, you can easily store your backups in cloud storage like Dropbox, FTP, Amazon S3, Stash and you can email yourself.

One of the most important benefits of using Backup Buddy is that you don’t have to subscribe to the service and because of this there is no monthly fee.

The price is approximately $52 for the blogger plan. Its a totally cost-effective solution.

BoldGrid Backup

Just with a few clicks, the BoldGrid backup Plugin will backup the whole WordPress site. With a single click, the backup can be done automatically or manually. For automatic backup, first, install the BoldGrid Backup, then, select day and time for backup. It has the advantage of Single file restorations and historical versions. You can keep up to 10 backup archives on the dashboard and more than that in locations like Amazon S3, SFTP, and FTP.

The price of BoldGrid Backup is $60 per year. It is a simple backup plugin that you can use. You will get numerous other powerful tools with the installation of this.

Blog Vault

With free cloud storage, Blog Vault is the most reliable backup plugin. It is the World’s Fastest backup plugin which is trusted by more than 4 lakh websites. Instead of a WordPress Plugin, it is a Software as a Service (SaaS) Solution.

Other than backup, Blog Vault helps to recover website easily. It has a built-in staging site feature to test your website very easily. Apart from this, it also provides an option to migrate the website to another host.

The price range of Blog Vault is very high as you have to pay $89 per year for the personal plan.

This price seems to be very high for small businesses.


Each WordPress Backup has its Advantages as well as Disadvantages but all of them provides you with proper restorations and backups. When you restore the backup,  always use other storage services like Dropbox, Amazon S3, FTP, Google Drive, etc.