For the past two years, I’ve been running almost all of my client sites on a single Multisite network and I haven’t looked back.
Keeping sites up-to-date takes a fraction of the time, I only have one backup schedule to manage, and if I ever need to move my sites, I know it will take a lot less time than it did before when I was running multiple single WordPress installs.
So how do I make it work and could it work for you?
In this post, I’ll explain why and how I moved to hosting most of my client sites on WordPress Multisite. I’ll also run through some of the criteria for doing this successfully, and the things you need to take into account before taking the plunge. Then I’ll work through the techniques and tricks you’ll need to use if you’re going to successfully host client sites on Multisite yourself.