BackupURL lets you create an immediate backup (cached) copy of the website you choose with it’s own url address. All the links remain live, and when I tried it with my website I was pleasantly surprised to find that it actually copied all the pages of my site and not just the one page address I had entered.
Initially I thought it is just teasing me by placing an iFrame bar on the top and retrieving the page live from my site, but No! The html source confirmed its a cached copy of my website. BackupUrl sort of takes a snapshot in time and makes it immediately accessible. If you want to update it, you have to enter the site address again and get a new url address for that updated site.
Why I am skeptical of BackUpURL service?
As I told you before, BackUpURL creates a cached copy of all the webpages with just one click. But I am not sure if these cached copies are indexed by search engines or not. i hope they are not. Else it might become a major SEO issue for duplicate content. I am not the right person to comment on SEO, but what do you think of it?
Oops! I forgot the link. Here it is : BackUpURL