Why the Boles Blogs Network Moved Back to WordPress.com After a Week of WordPress Multisite

WordPress.com backend billing problems temporarily forced the 14-blog strong Boles Blogs Network from the warmth and sanctity of WP.com and into the lonesome cold of independent WordPress Multisite hosting on my personal Pair Networks VPS.  After a week in the wilderness, we received word that our domain mapping renewals problem was fixed and we leapt back to WordPress.com.  This article will tell you why we decided to move back.

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The Definitive Answer on VaultPress and WordPress Multisite Pricing

UPDATE – April 9, 2012:  The Boles Blogs Network is now back on WordPress.com.  We are keeping this article published in case it might help others in the future.

If you’re running your own WordPress Multisite installation, you know having a proper and secure backup plan is a must in today’s wretched world where bad people love to tear down good things instead of building them up from scratch. Backing up your WordPress files and database on a regular basis are not tough tasks, but they can become cumbersome and gruesome if your schedule overcomes you and if you then allow your self-serving security needs to become lackadaisical.

Enter VaultPress! VaultPress is built by Automattic to cleanly and invisibly secure your WordPress installations and VaultPress now supports WordPress Multisite. The catch is that pricing for WordPress Multisite VaultPress protection is confusing. Today, I have the proper answers for you in detail.

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