When you have a lot of clients with WordPress-powered websites, or a lot of WordPress projects that you work on, it might get messy to deal with all those updates and maintenance. Logging in to each website with different usernames and passwords, then moderating comments, updating plugins and themes, maybe occasionally (or periodically) making database and file backups… Even if it doesn’t wear you out, it’s still a lot of work that could take a part of your valuable time.
Using a centralized solution to manage multiple WordPress websites is a nice idea. And in this three-part series, that’s exactly what we’re going to go through: Learn about the WordPress managers one by one.
But first, I want to tell you about my workflow.