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How to mange multiple WP websites

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by tophi, Dec 2, 2015.

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  1. tophi

    tophi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hello,
    thanks to this community I recently started to build my first PBN. I'm starting with a 40 installations of WP in different free hostings.
    My questions, is there a easy way to mange all the postings ? I have the articles in .txt files but it will take a ton of time to login and post in to each blog every day....
     
  2. nocare

    nocare Junior Member

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    upload all articles you will post to your servers.
    Write code which will take one article and post it and either mark as posted or delete the source article.
    Run that code on a cron, so it posts new articles at intervals you would like.

    Alternatively, you could collect the mysql login info for all 40 and do this all from one box. That is probably more ideal, but you'll need to define what goes where.
     
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  4. MrBlue

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    You can use the XML-RPC interface to programically manage the content of many WP installs hosted on different machines from one central location.

    Code:
    https://codex.wordpress.org/XML-RPC_Support
     
  5. tophi

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    What is your favorite ?

     
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    hiero717 Newbie

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    I've used infinitewp and switched to Managewp about a year ago. ManageWP is more expensive, but it is worth it for sure. Clones, backups and migrations, security checks, it can even put up an under construction page for any site from the dashboard. Tons of tools and worth the extra money.