HostGator Opens Public Backup Service

Houston, TX, April 21, 2010 –(– HostGator’s public backup service, SiteAutoBackup.Com allows anyone hosting their websites using the cPanel control panel to be able to automatically backup their websites, databases, emails, and cPanel configuration settings by simply providing their cPanel login details.

Businesses having Web Host Manager (WHM) access can now enjoy the same convenience of automated backups by simply providing their WHM login details.

This backup service is open to the general public, not just HostGator customers.

More information about their public backup service is available at or directly at

HostGator is a leading provider of web hosting including shared hosting, reseller hosting, and dedicated servers. The company provides hosting for over 2.2 million websites and supports more than 50,000 resellers worldwide with 24/7 technical support and state-of-the-art web hosting tools including free billing software for resellers and access to over 4,500 high quality free web templates.


Jimmy Tanzil
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