WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world and why its related to Manage WordPress Sites?
Today WordPress powers one of every 6 websites on the Internet, nearly 60 million in all, with 100,000 more popping up each day. Those run through its cloud-hosted service, which lets anybody create a free website online, attract 330 million visitors who view 3.4 billion pages every month. – Source from Forbes
WordPress is cheap, which is free, easy to use, easy to skin, large number of plugins to turn to your website to any niche you want and great support from its communities around the world. With these interesting facts, no wonder someone will own more than one WordPress site. When you have many WordPress websites, how do you manage your WordPress site?
By default, WordPress is already offering the auto updates feature for its core upgrades, plugins and themes. It is fine if you have only one WordPress site. Imagine you’re a developer or a freelancer and your clients are mostly run on WordPress, let say you have 20 websites. One day, Worpress releases its core updates, as well as a few other plugins. It will require you to login to one by one to all your clients websites to upgrade these updates. The worse is, you don’t even get any notifications about the new plugin/themes/core updates. It could be too late when you know it. As we all knew, when we’re using open source software, patching to the latest updates is a vital process. This is because updates not only contains new features but it also has security patch that protect your sites as well. You don’t want your client websites to be insecure don’t you?
Do it manually yes it still easy, but it would be time saver if you can manage WordPress from one place. That is when ManageWP came into the picture.