OK, That Was Scary
What’s the worst thing that could happen to a blogger? For me, having all of my content disappear is probably one of the worst things that could happen and when I logged into this site Friday, my stomach sank.
Where were my posts? Why couldn’t I modify the comments?
“Oh, boy. Not good,” I thought.
It was about 10 p.m. Friday and from the comments, looked as though all of my posts and pages disappeared somewhere around 1 or 2 a.m. Friday.
Blue Yonder Design Saves the Day! (Again)
I’ll be honest with you. I’m not that technically inclined when it comes to the mechanics of blogging. I’m pretty well-versed with Blogger.com but still haven’t gotten the hang of WordPress but thankfully, I have an awesome Web designer, host and everything Web technical to rely on – opens in a new windowBlue Yonder Design.
I’ve been working with Blue Yonder for at least four years (maybe five???) and they are ALWAYS there when I need them.
In February, this blog exceeded bandwidth (maybe because of the opens in a new window BudgetTravel.com mention?) and although my contact, Jen, was on vacation, she resolved my situation quickly. This go around, she quickly got the situation resolved.
I’m not quite sure what happened but there was some sort of crash and Jen was able to restore everything. I had heard of WordPress users running an update then losing something to everything and because of that, I had only updated once – and that was about a year ago.
The last thing I had done before things disappear was upload about five photos and saved it in a draft. A few hours later, everything – except the content in the two columns – was gone.
My recommendation, if you’re not comfortable with the technical end of blogging (or just looking for a great Web designer), I highly, highly, HIGHLY recommend opens in a new windowBlue Yonder Design. And learn to back up!
If you’re a blogger, what’s the worst thing that could happen to you?