I manage multiple WordPress sites, so I’m always looking for a way to help me keep them updated and running smoothly.  WordPress Multisite is one option, but it’s hard to setup and all of my sites are running very different themes and plugins, so it would be hard to make work correctly.  I’ve tried ManageWP, and it is awesome, but it also has a monthly fee. So when I read about the free WP Remote on ChurchMag, I decided to try it out.

After using it for a few days, this is something that will definitely save me time and energy. From one screen, I can see the update status of all my sites. Green means everything is up-to-date, and yellow means I have plugins or themes to update.


There is one more big feature that makes this service go over the top. From the WP Remote dashboard, you can make backups of all of your sites. For now, they are encrypting and storing your backups for free. I didn’t have any problems backing up all of my sites, although I’ve read that others are having a little trouble with larger sites. They are looking at adding automatic daily backups in the future. This one feature alone makes this service awesome.

If you are managing multiple WordPress sites, then check out the WP Remote service.

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  1. May 29, 2012 at 8:39 am — Reply

    This looks sweet. I will have to check it out. I run about 7 wordpress sites and this sounds like a great tool that I had not heard about.

    • May 31, 2012 at 2:48 pm — Reply

      It’s working great. I’ve not had any troubles. Hope it works for you as well. Thanks for stopping by the blog.

  2. September 12, 2012 at 7:21 pm — Reply

    I have been searching for something like this for a while. I will check it out and let you know.
    (Also like the testimony)

    • September 12, 2012 at 7:23 pm — Reply

      I’m still using it as well. I haven’t had any problems with the service and it has saved me lots of time. I’m managing around 15 sites, so it really helps.

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