How to Manage Multiple WordPress Sites + ManageWP Discount

This post may contain affiliate links. All opinions are 100% my own.

As I have been becoming more successful with affiliate marketing and blogging this past year, I have found my website portfolio growing quite a bit in size. This had made tasks such as plugin updates and comment moderation more than a little time-consuming. Last week I ran across a tool that promised I could manage multiple WordPress sites within one dashboard so I had to give it a try.

ManageWP has been on the market for several years now, and I think I have seen it mentioned somewhere previously. However, I thought it was simply for website monitoring and updates. It was only when I saw it mentioned in a blog post again last week that I took my research a little further. ManageWP allows you to do not only the bigger tasks that come with being a webmaster (updates, security checks), but also the day-to-day maintenance a blog requires (publishing posts, moderating comments, checking stats). Now that is a tool I can get onboard with!

Here are a few other features you can look forward to with ManageWP:

  • Manage installation and updating of plugins, themes and WordPress versions across multiple websites
  • Access individual dashboards within ManageWP
  • Check for malware, page load speed, broken links and more
  • Comment moderation
  • Backup your sites (Standard Accounts & up)
  • Clone a site for fast deployment (Pro & Business Accounts)
  • Monitor uptime (Business Accounts)
  • Traffic alerts that can alert you to unexpected publicity or spam bot attacks (Pro & Business Accounts)
  • Google Analytics integration (Pro & Business Accounts)
  • SEO Analysis (Business Accounts)

manage multiple blogs

This tool has been saving me a lot of time for a number of reasons; I can update plugins across all of my websites with one click, I can delete post revisions and spam comments across all of my websites with one click (huge drain of resources in case you didn’t know) AND I no longer have to open up my master file to grab usernames and passwords for each site.

I was a little scared at first as I can be a little technology-challenged. Installation was a snap however. Simply install the WordPress plugin and connect your website to your ManageWP dashboard.

ManageWP Dashboard

Free-for-Life Accounts will accommodate up to five websites and you will receive all advanced features free for 30 days. No payment information is required to give it a test drive. Three account upgrades (Standard, Professional and Business) are available starting at just $.80 per website per month.

Find out more about ManageWP and sign up for your free account and receive a 10% discount on any future upgrades when using this link!



  1. says

    How did I NOT know about this? Thank you SO much. I am currently running 5 WP blogs so the free version is good for me for now but I might consider a paid version in the future.

  2. says

    Do you have to be the admin of a WP page for this to work? I ask because I do some VA work and have access to some WP dashboards of other people so I can post posts and what not. I have to switch around between each dashboard. If I could do it all in one spot that would make life so much easier.

    Stopping by from Sharefest

  3. says

    Great post! Thank you so much for sharing. This is something I will definitely be keeping in mind for the future! Stopping by from SITs Girls have a great weekend! :)

  4. says

    This has to be one of the most useful blogs! I run 6 WP sites and hate having to install plugins on each one separately. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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