1. 465-Media.com
    465-Media.com May 12, 2014 at 16:16 | | Reply

    $19.99 for each plugin, is that a one time fee or monthly? Yearly? I use ManageWP with ~$25 sites and $63/mo for their Business plan.

  2. ThachPham
    ThachPham May 12, 2014 at 21:18 | | Reply

    Thanks for great review. Now I’m using InfiniteWP, it’s also free and flexible but they need a client web base. I’ll try MainWP 😀

  3. Ivica
    Ivica May 13, 2014 at 14:49 | | Reply

    I’ve been using MainWP for more than 6 months, managing 35+sites.
    I have nothing but pleasent experiences and Support is one of the best I communicated so far. Answering/helping on particular topics the whole day, almost the night, too 🙂

    They even implemented a new feature upon my suggestion: due to some hosts upload restriction (e.g. Siteground 48 mb) I asked them to enable users to have restore/clone/backup not only from the PC but also from server (to previously FTP upload zip file) in order to overcome this upload restriction. They implemented this functionality and it works on hosts with above mentioned upload restriction).

    MainWP – try it and enjoy it!

  4. orgspring
    orgspring May 19, 2014 at 14:57 | | Reply

    I couldn’t get it to work on my servers and support was less than helpful. Tried configuring it for over a week, back and forth with support.

    1. Dennis
      Dennis May 19, 2014 at 19:48 | | Reply

      Hi orgspring,

      My apologies about how you feel about your support experience.

      We do pride ourselves on providing quality support so I reviewed your ticket and I do see there was 25 messages back and forth.

      Unfortunately due to your current hosting environment a solution was not possible since it appears the issue is server side. We attempted to show you this with the test using the Chrome Console to display the 404 message the plugin was receiving.

      We do still have your ticket #DYT-923497 open if the Dev team is able to find a work around for your issue or if something changes on your hosting end.

  5. Piet
    Piet May 20, 2014 at 02:35 | | Reply

    Thanks for the review, Jean. The product looks to be the same as IWP, but then a *lot* better looking!

    I switched last year from ManageWP to IWP (due to costs) and I’m still having trouble getting used to their interface. The product is awesome, great value for money (free with premium addons), but usability can be improved BIG TIME.

    Not likely that I switch again anytime soon, but it is very good to know that MainWP does the same in what seems to be a much more user friendly way!

    One comment on one of the things you said about your “favorite hosts”; you mentioned Bluehost; I mean are you serious? Are they favorited, because the affiliate commission? Because their hosting absolutely sucks since they have been taken over by EIG.

  6. Daniel Kocsis
    Daniel Kocsis June 6, 2014 at 07:00 | | Reply

    I have changed to MainWP. They are really good. Support is quick (solving my problem in 1 day – creating a beta child plugin in advance) and the prices are low.
    I came from Infinite WP. They forgot my problem/bug and didn’t give me response 14 days!!! I had to open a new ticket to give me feedback again. They services don’t work (backup – main feature) for me but don’t give me support. I paid for something but never got it.
    ‘Of course’ they won’t refund my money becaus nobody else report bugs… pathetic…

  7. Tommy - Ocala Website Designs LLC
    Tommy - Ocala Website Designs LLC December 15, 2014 at 23:52 | | Reply

    Ok, so I took the time and loaded both IWP and MainWP these last two days. IWP seems like the better solution for just the free version and no plugins for both. Haven’t decided which I’m going to choose as of yet but so far it looks like IWP. Upon install and loading 93 sites in each, iwp was ready to update my plugins and seems to work great. For the life of me, i can’t figure out how to update the sites yet in mainwp, even looked at the extensions to see if it was a special extension that was needed to do so. I think IWP for me, plus Yoast had good things to say about them and he knows his stuff so … lol I may use both as the free version of mainwp has some cool features that may come in handy, and well, all my sites are now loaded in both. I really like how IWP is easy to install and when you copy the data for the management side, it pastes the info in all three spots with one action. Hope this helps someone.

  8. Hanoi Business Center
    Hanoi Business Center May 7, 2015 at 11:38 | | Reply

    Thanks. I will try MainWP 🙂

  9. the gioi content
    the gioi content July 19, 2017 at 01:27 | | Reply

    oh, thanks very much!

  10. Gachbetongnhe
    Gachbetongnhe January 10, 2018 at 12:48 | | Reply

    Thanks for great review. Now I’m using InfiniteWP. I will use MainWP

  11. can ho sapphire
    can ho sapphire July 11, 2018 at 08:28 | | Reply

    Thanks for great review. Now I’m using InfiniteWP, it’s also free and flexible but they need a client web base. I’ll try MainWP

  12. Thiet ke web bat dong san
    Thiet ke web bat dong san July 21, 2018 at 23:37 | | Reply

    Thanks for great review.

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