7 Tools How to Manage Multiple WordPress Sites from One Dashboard

Are you a business owner who has multiple websites for different aspects of their marketing campaign? Maybe you own an assignment writing agency, so you have a home website that explains your business. Then you have another site that teaches students how to write, and on top of that, you decide to start a blog with the purpose of personal branding.

So there are three websites to manage in this case.

Each of them comes with the need for backups, core updates, and plugin update tracking. Each of them has a unique theme, which comes with its own issues.

Tracking all WordPress projects from separate dashboards is a bit tricky. And if you’re a webmaster working for different clients, things are even more complicated for you. Each of the websites you manage is very different, so you need to stay on track all the time.

You can make the management process much simpler if you start using a tool that helps you cover everything from a single dashboard. We’ll suggest seven such tools, so you’ll have a nice range of options.

  1. iControlWP

This tool gives you the full package to help you with all security and management aspects on multiple websites. You get a central dashboard, where you manage the functions of all your websites.

To make things better, the tool integrates Google Analytics, so you’ll be getting reports that show you how to improve the website’s performance. Still, you may need the help of a marketing expert or data scientist to analyze those reports and help you take proper action on all your websites.

  1. WP Remote

If you’re not an experienced web developer and you’re looking for the simplest solution to help you manage multiple sites, this is the one. You can monitor unlimited WordPress sites for free, and update themes, plugins, and core from a single dashboard.

Although WP Remote is an easy-to-use tool, it’s still very powerful for experienced designers and developers.

  1. Infinite WP

This is actually an application that you install on your server. It’s self-hosted, so you’re not handing out sensitive info to someone else. InfiniteWP is great because it gives you a master login for all sites, so you won’t have to keep logging into each one of them to handle the updates.

The only problem is that you’d have to go with the most expensive version (Agency) if you want priority email support. Everyone else has to wait from one to three days to get a response by email. So if you’re stuck with something and you need assistance, you’ll need to hire a programmer from a service like Best Dissertation.

  1. CMS Commander

This is a powerful management platform that helps you deal with repetitive tasks on all your WordPress sites with ease. Instead of managing individual tasks, you can focus on increasing conversions, since you finally get the time for that.

CMS Commander supports bulk posting. You can also copy all options from useful plugins from one to any or all other WP sites. You can create articles from the dashboard and schedule them to get published.

An article-spinning and rewriting feature is available, too. But that’s a dangerous thing to use since software often results with unreadable, useless text.

  1. GoDaddy Pro

This is probably the most attractive tool of all on this list. You get a free account with great features, such as theme updates and a single-click plugin. You also get backups and cloning features for free.

What makes GoDaddy Pro cool for beginners is the fact that there’s a free option. But there’s something more: you also get educational resources, such as articles, tutorials, eBooks, and even webinars that teach you how to maintain your websites like a pro.

  1. Jetpack

This plugin has over five million active installations to this day, and the number just keeps growing. Jetpack offers a great range of tools that help you customize, run, and maintain all sites that you have. The interface is pretty simple to navigate through.

The greatest value of the tool is that it helps you manage the security and content aspects of all your sites. In addition, it gives you statistics to analyze. It’s completely free for all its features.

  1. MainWP

This is another free tool that gives you plenty of functionality. You can connect an unlimited number of websites into a single dashboard. You can update the themes and plugins of your sites, or remove plugins that are no longer in use.

Tools Make It Easy

So you have multiple WordPress sites to handle and you’re getting a bit overwhelmed. Don’t lose it! If you still haven’t started using a tool that helps you manage everything from a single dashboard, today is the day.

Make your pick from the ones we listed above and you can’t go wrong!

Becky Holton is a journalist and a blogger. She is interested in education technologies and is always ready to support informative speaking. Follow her on Twitter.

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