Do you own or manage several WordPress websites? Then you probably know how daunting of a task it is to maintain every site individually. Just switching from one site to another takes time, not to mention the various passwords that need entering. Add in other routine tasks like plugin updates and security scans and you’re looking at an administrative nightmare.
Fortunately, the creators of WPMU DEV are aware of these struggles, which is why they’ve built an All-in-One WordPress site management dashboard. Dubbed The Hub, the dashboard lets you manage, optimize, and monitor all your sites from one dashboard.
But is the site manager itself easy to navigate? How exactly does it help you manage a WordPress site? Do you get labels to distinguish between your own and your clients’ websites?
In this hands-on review of WPMU DEV, I’ll give you the answers to these questions and explain how to use The Hub to make your workday easier.
WPMU DEV Overview
WPMU DEV has an intuitive dashboard that makes it easy to manage individual plugins, SEO reports, performance metrics, and security features. The Hub makes it easy to find what you’re looking for and configure multiple websites individually – all in one place. Combined with a 30-day free trial, it’s worth trying it out to see if it suits your needs.
WPMU DEV’s key features include:
- A 360-degree view of all your sites
- Safe & automated updates for sites, plugins, and themes
- Backups management and scheduling
- Instant data on site performance
- SEO tracking and optimization
Stats with real-time visitor and site data
- User collaboration
WordPress site owners from across the globe prefer WPMU DEV, which is apparent from its 5,000+ five-star reviews, an average rating of 4.9/5, and more than a dozen G2 best product awards.
Hands-On With WPMU DEV
Now for the fun part: I’ll show you how to configure WPMU DEV and manage sites through The Hub dashboard.
First, subscribe to one of WPMU DEV’s memberships (see pricing section) through their official website. Then, log into your account and connect your WordPress site to The Hub.
WPMU DEV lets you sync in two ways:
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