Back at the start of 2011 I ran into a problem in my on the internet home business, and I wrote about it on my weblog.
Fundamentally I found that I needed to have
1 of my readers put a comment about a specific wordpress backup selection I had ignored referred to as blogVault.
It was a complaint.
Amazingly sufficient the person who ran that service came to my blog, wrote a reply, and addressed the concern. Even greater, the person who wrote the original comment came back to say that the problem had indeed been resolved wonderfully.
Outstanding client service!
Anyway I took a bit extra of a look at this specific wordpress backup system, and it seemed pretty ordinary. But a handful of of my readers were enjoying it, so I decided to evaluation blogVault a bit far more and ultimately I got to know a bit far more about this unique organization, and its founder, Akshat Choudhary, including that:
1.He just isn’t a marketer. blogVault sucks from a advertising and marketing point of view (heck, he uses a .net domain name!), as well as the inside design was as plain as plain may be. But it signifies people are working with his backups as a result of the high quality, not slick sales strategies.
2.The fantastic client service was not just a one-off. Repeated positive comments on my weblog let me know that it wasn’t just me who was impressed.
three.Akshat is passionate about what he does. He is severe about this as a small business (he’s doing the best items to be about a long, lengthy time), but he also believed with blogVault he could do better than what else is out there. And in the event you revisit my assessment from the hassles I had in obtaining a great wordpress backup- and there undoubtedly is space for improvement!
And greatest of all blogVault has one function that gave me ultimate backup ‘peace-of-mind’ with my CarefulCash blog, and after all, isn’t what this can be definitely all about.
Words don’t do it justice so I had to record this video to show you blogVault’s killer function:
[Disclosure: Akshat offered me a cost-free blogVault account, but I declined. I am paying full rate for what you see here.]
Have a look at the blogVault alternatives for your personal web-site at blogVault.net.