Content Ownership Questions, SLA and
I have a few questions before I begin working with WordPress and I was wondering if I could get some feedback from the community. Thanks!
Who owns the content?
How do I ensure that no other WordPress customers can access it (backend content)?
If I decide to end my relationship with WordPress, how do I get the data and in what format will it be?
What is the uptime and performance SLA?
What kind of redundancy is in place and what disaster recovery methods exist?
As long as you create the content then it’s owned by you. You can set the privacy settings so that no one can access your blog through a search engine, or you can password protect either the entire blog or go post by post. Anything you put on your blog you can copy and paste it back into a Word / WordPerfect / Notebook file. You can also export your entire blog to your harddrive as an XML file. WordPress has servers all over the United States and your blog would be backed up frequently… there’s also an automated backup system for your individual posts as you’re creating them. You can also be proactive and save all the material to your harddrive as you create it.
There’s really nothing complicated about the process… as long as you’re not ripping anyone off, or trying to sell crap or piss anyone off, then you won’t have any problems.
Here are a couple of links for you…
Thanks for the reply.
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