Hey, web developer! How many sites do you think you can easily set up and manage on your own or as part of a small agency? With WPMU DEV we reckon it’s absolutely loads of them… and here’s how.
In this post, we are going to show you how to easily resell white-label hosting, create epic sites in minutes, automate site management tasks (for hundreds of them), run it all seamlessly under your own brand, and even set up subscriptions that take care of themselves.
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In this article, you will learn how to easily manage unlimited WordPress sites using one-click plugin configurations, automated updates, hands-free backups, and 24/7 site monitoring, plus add white label hosting reselling with built-in client billing, set up instantly optimized client sites, and more — saving you time and helping your WordPress business grow faster, easier, and more profitably.
We’ll cover the following areas to help you speed up your workflow and increase revenue:
We’ll also touch on some of the things we plan to introduce in the near future to improve your WordPress business automation 😉
Let’s begin with…
Your WordPress Business Setup is All Set Up
Whether you manage one or a thousand WordPress client sites, WPMU DEV has your business needs fully covered right from the get-go.
Everything you need to run your WordPress business is included with your membership and already set up and ready to use as soon as you join (not a member yet? Try us free!).
So, in your Member’s dashboard, you can easily go from this…
To this, in just a few clicks, for every site you manage…
Everything takes place from The Hub, which is your central management console and WordPress business HQ. The Hub lets you manage unlimited clients sites…from hosting, site setup and configuration, to updating core, plugins, and themes, optimizing site performance, managing security, SEO, running backups, site monitoring, client reports, and more…even accessing our 24-7 support.
This article was written by Martin Aranovitch and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.