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Trust someone with your WP Installs?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by clyde, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    Now that I have some money maybe I could outsource setting up WP blogs but the question is how do you trust someone?

    Hm..

    I've been thinking maybe I can generate random password for him and then have him reset password after every installs?
     
  2. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Personally I would rather automate the install then outsource it. But I guess it depends on your needs. Having to keep a close eye on your outsourcing is just more work for you.
     
  3. K1w12k3

    K1w12k3 Junior Member

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    Why not use an autoinstaller? There are a couple of products that do mass blog installs and configs for you. Do a search for wp autoinstallers, maybe you could use one of 'em.
     
  4. lesaurus

    lesaurus Junior Member

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    I've just got wp auto installer by mass automation. I bought the $99 package and it works out to .40c per install. Not cheap but does the job. You can getthat price down to 19 cents if you spend $199
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  5. Mesach

    Mesach Junior Member

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    WTF is this ?
    Code:
    http://www.mass-automation.com
    if you go to thier site it redirects to their business hours page, and it just says that their hours are "From Sunday morning to Friday afternoon"

    Do they actually close up shop and shut down the website?
     
  6. blackmagic_80

    blackmagic_80 Registered Member

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    Two scenarios

    1. You need just to install WP without too many changes. You might have a set of plugins and themes you want done. Install Wordpress once and put in all themes and plugins you need. Backup the plugin and themes folder. Now you can simply autoinstall wordpress as many times and use File Management in CPanel( assuming it has Cpanel) to transfer the plugin and themes folder to all of the domains.

    2. If customizations are needed on each install differently then you might wanna hire someone from odesk.com/getafreelancer.com/elance.com/rentacoder.com etc etc.

    Either ways you will be good to go.
     
  7. boro

    boro Regular Member Premium Member

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    Clade
    Try wpmanagerdx its on here do a search
    I bought it and its great (paranoid)
    saved me a load of time installing them and you can upgrade plugins and wp itself afterwards with 1 click
    does all your sites that you have built even ones you already had up and running once you enter a few details.
    Some of the best cash I have ever spent
    boro
    sent you a pm
     
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2010