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How to Manage Multiple WordPress Websites (5 Tools to Do It Easily)

Beyond this, InfiniteWP offers a broad range of additional features, only available for premium plans. This includes website migration, malware scans, uptime monitoring, and more.

⚙️ How to use InfiniteWP

To use InfiniteWP, you need to download their installer plugin. Once you have the ZIP file, upload and install it on the site you want to use as your hub. When you activate the plugin, it’ll ask you where you want to install the InfiniteWP admin panel:

Choosing where to install the InfiniteWP panel.

Note that unlike with MainWP, the InfiniteWP panel doesn’t ‘take over’ the entire website. You will still be able to use your central hub as a live site, which is a nice touch.

During the installation process, the plugin will prompt you to create a new database:

Creating a new database for InfiniteWP.

You’ll also have to set up new login credentials before getting access to the management panel. It should be empty, so your first task is to connect one of your websites. When you add a new website through your InfiniteWP panel, it’ll ask for its URL, login info, and activation key:

Adding a new website to InfiniteWP to manage multiple WordPress websites.

To connect a website, you need to install and set up the InfiniteWP Client plugin on it. Activating the plugin will yield a unique activation key:

Your InfiniteWP activation key.

Once you’ve added a website, you’ll be able to see if there are any available updates on the primary InfiniteWP dashboard. You can also mouse over each connected site to see its details, add new posts, or generate a new backup:

Inspecting a website with InfiniteWP.

Although InfiniteWP offers a lot of options to manage multiple WordPress websites, its interface does leave a lot to be desired. If you focus on the functionality alone though, it’s not a bad option.

? Price and details

The InfiniteWP plugin itself is free, and you can use it to connect all of the websites you manage. However, without a license, you’re limited to accessing update management, backup creation, and one-click login features. Here’s a quick break down of the premium licenses:

  1. Starter: Up to 10 sites for $147 a year
  2. Developer: Up to 20 sites for $247 a year
  3. Freelancer: Up to 50 sites for $347 a year
  4. Agency: Unlimited sites for $447 a year

Although the premium version of InfiniteWP offers similar functionality to MainWP, the latter is a considerably cheaper option with a better interface.

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