In the context of our current state of the world, it’s not common to see a single individual owning and managing multiple websites. This is especially evident in professional organizations and companies, where owning multiple domains and outlets for their productions is a natural progression of business. But managing multiple websites can be difficult. Having to use multiple dashboards for various websites can be time consuming and convoluted. In today’s Themegrill article, we’ll be discussing the solution to this problem: Tools we can use to Manage multiple WordPress sites.
Creating a website these days is not as difficult, no less due to the existence of CMS such as WordPress. Building a website can be quite easy these days but maintaining them is a different task. The number of tasks to perform, stats to track, viewers to please increases everytime you decide to create a new website to accompany your business. The existence of different interfaces, different plugins and Dashboard management doesn’t make this task any easier.