How To Improve The Security Of Your Blog

One side of being a blogger is always keeping in mind is that it is a business with business assets which you need to make sure that you are taking proper care of. This will involve some extra work and you will soon discover that it is not enough just to write the blog posts and that you also need to know how to run a business. One major concern of any business, and certainly for your blogging business, is keeping it safe and secure. As long as you're aware of how you might go about doing this, you will be able to look after your blog and its assets much more easily, which will hopefully turn it into a considerably more successful business.

Backup Your Data
One of the most essential things that you need to do first is to make sure that you are consistently backing up any important data that you want to hold onto to. This will certainly include any blog posts you have written, whether they are published yet or not, and any blog ideas you might have written down too. It will also mean that you need to focus on keeping your templates which you use for organizing your blog safe as well. One of the best assets you might want to look into for this purpose is Template Office 365 Cloud Migration, which offers you a way to backup that particular data so that you can always access it.

Keep The Blog Running
You need to make sure that you are keeping the blog running, and this requires keeping a focus on it. Keeping a blog up and running means that you will have a backup of everything, that has already been discussed, and that you also need to take measures to prevent any issues and shut downs. Finding some resources for assistance can usually help.

Use Mirror Sites
If something happens and your site crashes, you will want to make sure that all of the information is still out there and accessible. You can look into using mirror sites to ensure that that is possible. These are simply sites which exactly mirror the original website, so if that one goes down you still have somewhere you can go to to mine the data back if necessary, and somewhere where people can be directed towards if they are trying to visit your blog. You could then go on social media to explain what has happened, and keep your readers in the know.

This is a contributed post.
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Ivana Split said...

great tips for keeping our blogs safe.

Pilar said...

Thanks for sharing these tips for keeping our blogs safe Rowena!

ALLIE NYC said...

Ah yes too true. Great information and I do practice most of it, though still need to get a new theme, still on Pigdig

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