Managing multiple WordPress websites can be a hassle. While WordPress as a CMS is easy and simple to manage, dealing with multiple admin panels can get increasingly difficult and time-consuming very fast.
Multiple sites require you to update plugins and themes individually and keep track of everything else from core updates to regular backups. Fortunately, there are many services for WordPress that make tackling this particular issue a lot simpler and save you a ton of time while making everything a lot more manageable.
With this in mind, in this post, we will run over some of the best services that are currently out there in the WordPress market which allow you to manage multiple websites without having to open each one up individually. Hopefully, by the end of this post, you’ll be able to find a service that fits your needs and say goodbye to multiple site management for good.
Let’s get started.
ManageWP is one of the best services out there for managing multiple websites. It allows webmasters to access all their websites through a single dashboard that has all the information and makes updating, backups, and security scans a breeze.
Amazing Features of ManageWP
All the common routine tasks that you might want to perform on any of your websites can be done via ManageWP whether it is updating a plugin, adding content to site A, creating a backup of site B for experimentation or starting a new project based on a local server production.
The service is also easy to use and features an intuitive interface that is very user-friendly. This is thanks to adept core design that the service is built on.
It takes all your data and presents it in an interface that is almost as easy to get around as if you were managing a single website. This makes it very easy for almost anyone to jump in and get started with ManageWP – regardless of their technical expertise.
ManageWP offers premium-quality support for its customers that can be availed 24 hours a day throughout the week and will tackle any problems you might face with their service. The dedicated customer support staff is highly knowledgeable and truly help you solve your problems.
- Single dashboard for multiple sites.
- Ability to create backups and site migration.
- Monitoring and security scans of websites.
- Easy to set up and use.
- The one downside appears to be that the service is not free and you have to pay a price, which while low, is a recurring cost. The developers have opted for a freemium model for ManageWP and to get all the goodies you will need to pay a price every month that scales according to the number of websites you intend to manage and the features that you will be using.
This article was written by Rafay and originally published on WPKube.