As both of these posts are for only back up only a single profile at once and which are provided by that social networking site I like to take the backup of both as well as my mails from the same place. There are sites available for this and here is a couple of them.
Norton is providing this service of taking backup of the Gmail account, Facebook account and a Twitter account at the same time and at the same place. Using Norton is very simple. You just need to create your account at Norton. After this sign in and go to the home page. Now you can see that there are three tabs which offers to select an option from Gmail, Twitter and Facebook. Click on it and select your any account. You have to give permission for Norton to your account. Grant access and Norton will start to take backup.
When your download will ready it will mail you that your backup is ready. All your mail is copied in your Norton account. You can now download your data or you can export or just restore your data. Norton allow us to take backup with the maximum limit of 3 GB.
If you can pay for taking back up than SocialSafe is one of the best site that offers you to take a backup. Safe search was featured on all the tech. Giant sites like techcrunch, marble, app storm and others.
Unlike Norton using SocialSafe you can take backup of any of your social networking profile that includes
Facebook, Twitter, Gmail- Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn, Other
At this time it is offering count at no cost for six month. Tweetbackup which was provided for taking backup of twitter account was recently shut down. SocialSafe is having some kind of deal with tweet backup so that they are providing it for the first six months and then you can get the annual license version for $6.99. SocialSafe is available for both windows and Mac.
Well, as I said in the starting on my post taking backup is really very useful and in these days it is well needed. May be accidentally you delete anything than if you have a backup you don’t need to worry about accidentally deleted things.