ManageWP Lets you Manage Multiple WordPress Sites from a Single Dashboard

I wrote about ManageWP in 2015, while most of the information is still at element because it’s an amazing tool for WordPress Admins, a lot has changed in the last 3 years. So I have added some more information to make this article is relevant in 2020 and beyond. 

A blogger is a very creative person, he wears more than one hat at a time as he is the one who creates content, promotes it and looks after the maintenance of his blog. You know all that stuff, keeping the WordPress versions and All the plugins updated, looking after the drafts and scheduling the posts etc. It’s a full-time job, or perhaps a job of more than one person.

Multiply that with the number of blogs you own and the pain gets multiplied as well. If only there was a way to make things automated so that you don’t have to worry too much about the maintenance part.

If you own multiple WordPress blogs, you will find this post very useful as I am going to tell you about an ultimate service that makes managing multiple WordPress blog as easy as eating a piece of a cake.


ManagaWP gives you the ability to add all your WordPress blogs to your account and manage them just from a single Window.

There is a similar service we covered on the blog a while ago that lets it’s users monitor the web data from a single dashboard. But unlike Cyfe, ManageWP also lets you publish posts on your blogs from a single window.


So, with ManageWP, you can do more than just keeping your WordPress versions and Plugins updated.

Features like Moving and copying WordPress plugins or the Whole WordPress blog to a different domain is an ultimate time saver.

If you are someone who runs a business of providing blog services, you can also offer a service of maintaining their blogs charging them monthly or annually. Just add them to your ManageWP account which will make the process of maintenance very easy.

Even if you decide to use ManageWP for your own network of blogs, it still has a lot to offer. You might want to use the same type of contact or about or policy page on all your blogs, you can easily duplicate the pages on all your blogs.


Imagine how sorted the life can be when you can see all your posts, comments, stats on different blogs from a single window. ManageWP offers exactly that.

ManageWP has a premium revenue model, so going premium can get you more features if you really want the hands-free experience that can save you some more time to create content for your blogs.

Connect Unlimited Websites for Free

ManageWP has changed to their pricing model, and now you can add unlimited websites in the free plan. And you get a bunch of free add-ons or features that you can use.

Such as, manage and update plugin somethings from a single dashboard, monthly cloud backup, one click login, collaborate with team and clients, manage comments, and much more.

The free account of ManageWP lets you add 5 domains and has some features locked, for example, you cannot manage users on your blogs, cannot create sub-users for ManageWP account, no bulk publishing of posts and pages either. But their standard and professional plans are still very affordable at $0.80 and $2.40 per domain respectively. Plus Annual Plans give you two months for free.

You also get premium add ons that you can get for your websites.

Such as, taking backups will cost $2/month per website, you can get white label for $1/month per website. It will allow you to to customise the branding of WordPress dashboard where you can set your own logo and hide plugins you do not want your clients to see.

There are other Addons also available, surcharge uptime monitor for $1/month per website. There is automatic Security Check as well as automatic performance check along with link monitor all of which cost $1/moth per website.

So there are really a lot of features included in ManageWP.

I have been using this service to manage 5 of my blogs from the free account and I am still loving the ability to manage them from one place. It definitely saves a lot of time even with the free account.

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