9 Steps to Clean Your WordPress Database

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Is your WordPress database a mess? Have you been complaining about it since time immemorial? Well, then your WordPress site might be as bloated as you were after that marvelous Thanksgiving dinner at your mom’s. If your site has been live for a while now, chances are that its database has acquired quite a bit of garbage and is demanding a spring clean.

The trick to maintaining a database is to clean it regularly to prevent the accumulation of unnecessary data. However, we are guessing that you have been skimping on the cleaning bit, which is why you are here today. Therefore, without wasting time, we will tell you how to clean up that database in a few easy steps.

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6 comments on “9 Steps to Clean Your WordPress Database
  1. Peter Reema says:

    I use your plugin with our host Webhost Melbourne. They are extermely powerful with instant setup. Keep up the good work.

  2. Jeremy says:

    Thanks so much for the great information!

  3. Steve says:

    Thanks for the article David. This is helpful information. OMG!

  4. Sandra Oshiro says:

    Hoping for some clarification here…this is great info for cleanup in general. But it doesn’t seem specific to my “database”. Maybe this is because my database for electronic newsletter recipients is in a plugin called MailPoet. I seem to have issues with that from time to time. (i.e. people tell me they used to get my newsletter but now they don’t…often times, I can unsubscribe them and re-subscribe them and that solves the issue, but sometimes it doesn’t). Will these steps you’ve shared, that seem to clean up WordPress in general, have any relation to the plug in I use? (sorry if this seems a dumb question – I am fairly new to WordPress and don’t really understand how the plugins relate to the main platform.)

  5. fukuokakatazuketai says:

    Thanks so much for the great information!

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