How to Efficiently Manage Multiple WordPress Sites using ManageWP

How to Efficiently Manage Multiple WordPress Sites using ManageWP
Rosemary Jacobs

Managing multiple WordPress sites can be frustrating and time consuming. Unless you are hosted with a managed WordPress hosting provider like WPEngine, keeping all of your WordPress site up to date becomes your responsibility. Sometimes, one missed WordPress update is all it takes for hackers to potentially ruin all of our hard work. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a single dashboard that lets you easily update plugins, write new posts, monitor for traffic and downtime, check your analytics, do SEO analysis on posts, create backups, and much more without logging into each site individually? If you like the sound of it, then you will really love this article. In this article, we will show you how to efficiently manage multiple WordPress sites using ManageWP.

How to Manage Multiple WordPress Websites Using ManageWP
Patsy Lindsey

I am not a super advanced site designer. I build my own multiple sites with Divi. And people ask me to build sites for them too. So I do. No matter that some might say, I like Managed WP Hosting by GoDaddy. I like the client area. Etc. What’s nice for me about ManageWP… is the backups are free for GoDaddy clients. And empower me to do on demand backups with ease prior to making a change to any site I have. (I didn’t see how to do on demand backups in Managed WP Hosting; and I was using a site by site plugin for that.)

WordPress Multisite vs. Multiple Sites
Cora Mullins

I think I understand what you’re going for, but this is not entirely accurate IMO. A single site on the platform could have any number of reasons for downtime (ranging from configuration issues on WPMU install to misconfigured DNS entries to the DNS servers themselves) that don’t impact any other sites on the network. Downtime as a result of a problem with the core WP installation itself (bad plugin updates/incompatibilities, hacks, DDOS attacks, etc) is the single point of failure that could bring the network down.

Using ManageWP
Edda Battle

When you are on your dashboard click on the Overview Button in the top-left corner. Check the Multisite Network Box and you will have the Overview screen for your Multisite Network.

A better way to manage WordPress websites
Genevieve White

One particular feature that has helped us again and again is the ability to filter through all of our sites looking for a specific plugin. When we find out a certain plugin has a security vulnerability of some kind, we’re able to quickly find all of the affected client sites, and push out fixes right away.

How to Develop Client Sites Efficiently and Increase Your Income
Doris Barrett

You’ll notice there’s also an option that prevents users from updating or installing plugins and themes. As with the previous setting, it’s important to note that some clients might know what they’re doing or want full control over their websites. In other words, consult with them before enabling this one!

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