Yahoo inlinks: 6695
Absolute Unique Visitors: 7,024
Average Visits/Day: 248
Feed Subscribers: 463
Adsense: $ 23.64
Total: $ 98.64
Reflection: While the month’s payout isn’t even my usual minimum of $200, I feel more successful than ever. I found 2 good companies to work with that I can rely on and who I think have staying power. I used to get so many nickels and dimes from a variety of sources and it wears on you after a while. I have hope that my “one” blog now will eventually get the traffic and inlinks it needs to get larger offers from advertisers. I want to say thank you to my feed subscribers, I hope you guys are enjoying the content. I should get some write some good articles in the next 10 days while I am on Spring Break. In addition, my 3 months off for Summer are right around the corner. I hope to “modernize” my blog a bit during that time. I also really like the “Announcements” category and top subheading section. It’s a way to keep people up with “Damien at the Speed of Life.”
Restoring your blog’s files or database after a crash or something else is something you hope you’ll never have to do. Still, it is something you probably will have to do at some point. You need to know your method to get it done.I currently run 8 valuable blogs so I can’t afford to just say, “Oh well.”
After years of trial and error backing up databses (mostly error) I have finally arrived to a method I feel is superior to any I’ve yet run across. It involves no plugins and I use it for my WordPress self-hosted blogs.
1) Login to Cpanel (this assumes you have a Cpanel interface).
2) Go to File Manager
3) Select the Worpress blog folders you want to backup and click “compress”
4) Click to reorder the files by type so you see all the compressed folders at top.
5) Select the wordpress blog folders you want to download for backup, download them to your computer.
6) Now for the databases … go to the backup wizard selecting sql files. My path to it looks like this:
7) One by one, click and download zipped files of each.
8) Organize all zipped files according to blog. hint: You find out the name of the database for each blog in the wp-config file of a blog.
There is a lot of help on the web restoring these files but there is no help in the universe that can get files back you don’t have. Something to remember.