In the previous part of this series, we talked about two popular WordPress managers out in the field. In this second part, we’ll be checking out a few more of them. Also, there will be one bonus tip about a core WordPress feature that may help you manage your (or your clients’) websites.
So, without any further introduction, let’s get started!
ManageWP: The Most Well-Known Tool of All
Out of all these WordPress managers, ManageWP is probably the most popular option. Not saying that it’s the best, because I haven’t had a chance to try it out (a bit pricey for me, considering my needs), but it has a track record of good customer service.
I’m not going to review it here, since Jeff Reifman had a take on it a while back. Be sure to check that tutorial out as well.