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What are Best Tool(s) for Managing Multiple Wordpress Sites?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by kree8ive, Oct 28, 2012.

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  1. kree8ive

    kree8ive Newbie

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    I manage around 50 different Wordpress sites and am in need of a solution to quickly access each site to add/edit content.

    I have Googled around and found a few paid services where you install a plugin and manage the sites from a central dashboard. However, I wanted to get feedback from the community here before making a purchase in case there are better solutions out there that I haven't heard about yet.

    I already know about MU, my situation wouldn't apply to WPMU since each site is completely different.

    I'm open to any suggestions and would greatly appreciate some solid recommendations. Thanks!
     
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    We use https://managewp.com, it's great.

    There was also a free one like this, but can't remember the name of the site.

    Regards.
     
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    kree8ive Newbie

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    Thanks for the recommendations guys. ManageWP is the one I've been considering but I will have to check out CMS commander as well. Much appreciated!
     
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    managewp but for only 5 sites is free
     
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    Just wanted to update. I ended up going with Managewp. It's definitely saving me time but could have some better features like having a link to open all wp-admins with one click. I'll give it a whirl for now but might check out some of these other recommendations. Thanks guys.
     
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    I use LinkFarmEvolution, not just for posting and registering new sites, but for managing a lot of my low end WP sites.
     
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    ManageWP is what i recommend
     
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    For managing WordPress blogs from your own hosted dashboard. You could always give infiniteWP a go.

    AFAIK, it's a fork of manageWP, so has the same sort of functionality but without the monthly costs!
     
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    https://wpremote.com/, My friends used this tool and it's very good.
     
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    I've never seen one, but maybe you should learn how to write a WP plugin and write one to do that.