Manage Multiple WordPress Sites With InfiniteWP [Giveaway]

Managing WordPress sites is actually not a hard thing to do. However, if you have more than one WordPress site, then things can start to complicate, specially when you have to keep everything updated. Updating WordPress, plugins, themes, creating backups, are just some of the “mandatory” maintenance tasks one needs to do. Having a tool that allows you to manage multiple sites with all those updates and backups from one central location, is definitely something that will ease the pain.

This is where InfiniteWP comes into play. Not only is it a free tool, it features one-click updates for all those mentioned above, allows you to bulk install and bulk activate & deactivate plugins and most importantly create instant backups of all your sites. All this under one  single master login.

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While the tool is free, InfiniteWP has a set of Premium addons, that powers up the things you can do and control. These are:

  • Install/Clone WordPress
  • Schedule backups
  • Backup to cloud services like Amazon S3 & Dropbox
  • Manage Users
  • and a lot more…

So here’s a quick presentation of what you can do with InfiniteWP

All these Premium addons combined, are worth a little over $400 and InfiniteWP is currently running an offer until the end of this month for $199.

InfiniteWP has been kind enough to offer, for two lucky readers of iBlogzone, a lifetime Premium access membership. All you have to do to participate in this giveaway is to perform some simple tasks. Winners will be picked via, as soon as the giveaway ends.

Good luck! And please do share this post with your friends. Thanks!

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21 thoughts on “Manage Multiple WordPress Sites With InfiniteWP [Giveaway]

  • It’s very simple, because InfiniteWP will helped me manage most of my wordpress site in one centralized place. It will save time and work more effectively.


  • Having analytic data on the sites is really nice. I am hoping that WordPress does something like this soon since all my sites are tied into their analytics through the JetPack plugin.

  • There are two points I’d like to make:
    1. The product itself is an answer to all WP site managing problems. With all the addons and features, I think InfiniteWP is definitely going to help a lot of people who lose sleep over managing and updating all their WordPress blogs.
    2. My reaction to ‘Addons worth $400 being given away at $199 till the end of this month’ was Really!!! Does it get better than this, I asked? And immediately you mentioned the Lifetime Premium Access Membership. Definitely going to try my luck at that.
    Thanks for sharing this.

  • I am in. Completed RT, FB like, google +1 . thank you for the opportunity.

  • Brilliant opportunity! I’ve been using InfiniteWP for a while now, and I love it. Been struggling with whether or not to take advantage of the offer this month… this free offer? Can’t not enter!

  • wow , this infinite wordpress seems to be really cool , this would make our work even more efficient and easier , will definitely try out and tell my feedback shortly

  • As someone who made extensive use of WordPress for client websites back when I was freelancing I could see this being a life saver, I have 4 or 5 client websites I keep an eye on

  • Its easy to manage all of my clients site from 1 control panel.

  • This is the best and the only tool I ever need to manage WP sites, great product!!!

  • I would love to win this because InfiiteWP would help me with my job immensely!

  • Want this for managing WordPress apps in cloud, i have loads of it 🙂

  • The application is good. Hope to participate. Thanks for the heads-up.

  • This is awesome. I am in the process of launching another website as well as another blog. This application will save me the hassle of having to log into different account all the time.

    Thanks for sharing.

  • maybe this plugin suit for me because i have 3 blog, 1 domain and 2 subdomain.. thanks

  • It sounds like a God-send solution to blogging problems. With so many addons and features and the ability to manage so many blogs from one centralized location, Infinite WP may soon become one of the most sought after services. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hi Francisco,

    I didn’t try yet this plugin but, as my numbers of blogs are increasing, it’ll become essential to handle all the updates in only place.
    Obviously a premium version is much better because is polished and have extra benefits, that backup to cloud is very interesting 🙂

    RTed and +1 Google. Anyway I was “fan” of your pages before this giveaway 😉



  • wow wow wow.. I can not believe I am one of the winners. I have never won anything online ever. Thank you for having this contest Francisco. I do not even know how to express myself right now. 🙂 🙂 🙂 .

  • Hey, Fred! Congratulations!

    I was happily surprised to learn that I had won this, too – can’t wait to give it a try! Thank you, DiTesco, for running this great giveaway – and thank you, David/InfiniteWP for sponsoring it!

    • Hi Holly. Welcome.. and I am really happy to see that you are one of the winners. If there is anyone who can make an honest evaluation about it, that would be you 🙂 Would love to know your findings about it..

      • Ahh, so true…

        I probably will not have time to set it up until the weekend. I want to make sure I do it properly. I noticed there are three plug-ins “in the works” that I’m REALLY looking forward to trying, so “Lifetime Premium Access” has me really jazzed.

        I was happy to see, on Twitter, what nice things people say about the support, as well. That’s always a huge plus in my book – I always hope never to need it, but like knowing the folks behind the product are responsive when I do.

        Guess you could vouch for that one, too, eh? 😉 My parents used to say it was a good thing they didn’t name me “Grace,” but I think they were even wiser not to invite the snickers I’d get if they’d named me “Patience.”

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