3 Essential Tools to Manage Multiple WordPress Sites
If you own multiple WordPress websites managing all of them can be stressful and somehow frustrating. Logging into all the WordPress accounts to make certain changes can be time-consuming.
In this article, I’ve compiled a list of 3 tools you can use to easily manage multiple WordPress sites from one single place, instead of tiring yourself with the “log in and log out” mess.
ManageWp is one of the most popular tools that can help you administer multiple wordpress sites from a central location. The dashboard is user friendly and allows you to update the versions of all your WordPress sites in a single place.
In addition to that, with ManageWp you can take control over all the plugins that are running in your wordpress sites and know what changes need to be made, whether there are updates available or problems that need to get fixed.
The good thing about ManageWp is that you can quickly update all the plugins in your sites in a single click. If you are not confident about it you can also update them separately.
ManageWp also features analytics tool that allows you to keep track of your visitors in a real time by integrating your sites with your Google analytics account. In case you want monitor all your sites from your mobile, ManageWp doesn’t disappoint the users. Alongside the launched iOS app you can have all your analytics data viewed in your smartphone.
If you’ve been searching for great tools to manage multiple sites, there are good chances you’ve heard about InfiniteWp. And, if you haven’t yet, then, here is your chance.
InfiniteWp has the same purpose as ManageWp: help the users manage multiple sites in a single admin panel. However, it does it in a very unique way. In InfiniteWp you can organize and list your WordPress sites in groups. These groups allow you to have a better control and access over your websites.
Pretty much like ManageWp you can update the plugins on your site in a flash by a single click. Its grouping feature allows you to make bulk operations like installing themes and creating back up to your sites. And, you don’t need to tire yourself with the process of logging into different sites to make these little operations.
3. CMS Commander
CMS Commander is another great time-saver tool for bloggers who run multiple WordPress sites. Unlike InfiniteWp and ManageWP, CMS commander allows you to manage other content management systems out there, such as, Joomla, Drupal and phpBB. The most interesting thing I could find besides the bulk operation features is that they prioritize more on your account security and privacy. The tool doesn’t ask any password of your admins, all you have to do is install a plugin that integrates an encrypted connection.
The choice of the most suitable tool to manage unlimited sites depends on how you want to use them and what you want them to help you with. In case you are using Drupal or Joomla, then the best option would surely be CMS Commander. However, if you are more into bulk operations and sites management for WordPress, then you should consider InfiniteWP or ManageWp. It all depends on you. After all, they are time-savers.