Last Updated on July 31, 2020
A New Update Is Ready to Be Installed
Managing a WordPress site is relatively straightforward. Your biggest worries are making sure that when one part of your site is updated, it doesn’t break all the other parts. However, when something does go wrong, it usually goes wrong in a big way. Sites crashing, slow loading times and huge security risks can be only moments away if your site isn’t properly looked after. So, managing multiple WordPress websites, like we do at Spectrum, must be a huge headache?Ready to Talk?
In many ways, managing multiple websites is like managing several different social media platforms. So, as you would use Hootsuite, or Sprout Social, to manage your different social accounts, you can use something similar to help you look after more than one website.
Put it on My Calendar
One useful tool is Co Schedule. This cool application lets you manage multiple WordPress sites through one calendar. So if you’re doing updates, or creating content on multiple different websites you can see it all in one place. No need to flip from backend to backend checking different things. The calendar can also be shared with different people, so your whole team, and the client can see what is going on.
Another great tool to use if you are hosting multiple sites, as well as managing them, is Infinite WordPress. IWP gives you a user-friendly interface that allows you to manage multiple websites. A kind of backend to all the backends you host. From InfiniteWP you can run updates, check if a site is running, create backups and much more. And all of this information is presented to you in an easy to use, intuitive format.
Multiple WordPress Websites
Do you manage more than one website? How do you manage multiple WordPress websites without getting lost or missing security updates? We’d love to hear what tools you use to keep everything running smoothly.