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  1. Greg Davis
    Greg Davis August 27, 2012 at 19:25 | | Reply

    I have been using WP Remote and have been mostly pleased with it. For a free product is does a decent job, but I have noticed there are a few premium plugins it doesn’t seem to recognize and there is no ability to manage plugins across sites.

    I have been looking into Manage WP but haven’t signed up yet. I had not heard of InfiniteWP before and now I am very curious about that one. I may try it first. It reminds me of the first service I tried which eventually died, WP Status Dashboard. That was one you also installed on your local server, however it didn’t have the robust features of InfiniteWP.

    Thanks for the review!

    1. Oklahoma Web Design
      Oklahoma Web Design January 29, 2013 at 18:04 | | Reply

      Greg – I’ve been using Infinite WP for a few months now and I love it. Makes it easy to keep my client sites updated. I’m going to be purchasing a few of the backup add-ons in the next few months. I definitely recommend trying it out.

  2. Heather St. Marie
    Heather St. Marie September 14, 2012 at 01:36 | | Reply

    I’ve been testing out InfiniteWP with 22 wordpress sites, and although it’s a bit scary to hit “Update All” – this last WP upgrade went through without a hitch.

    I still need to test the ignore feature (for a few of my clients who have heavily modified WooCommerce files, for instance). And the dashboard is a bit confusing in some areas, but overall I’m happy with it’s performance and the time it’s saved me.

    I’m on the fence about the premium offer they’re running this month… and I’m curious to hear other people’s opinions of the plugin to see if it’s worth $199.

  3. Greg Davis
    Greg Davis September 14, 2012 at 04:14 | | Reply

    I have now tried out InfiniteWP and while the dashboard does take a bit to get used to, I have found it to work very well on about 19 sites that I have.

    I have tried the ignore feature and that works as well.

    I like it well enough to have committed to it and switched from my previous solution – WP Remote.

    So far I don’t have a need for the premium features, the free version gives me what I need the most. I prefer BackupBuddy and Amazon S3 for my automated backups.

  4. blue33blog
    blue33blog July 15, 2013 at 04:44 | | Reply

    Is anyone using InfiniteWP on a Windows Server? I host mostly DNN and ecommerce sites, but can not seem to get away from WP. I am not faced with a management challenge, and from the list it appears I would prefer InfiniteWP . Anny thoughs or comments / recommendations welcome.

  5. WPscoop
    WPscoop February 11, 2014 at 13:25 | | Reply

    I know this post is older but we have released a comparison for all the WP management products discussed here which makes it possible to filter all of them based on the users needs. You can enter the amount of websites you want to manage and which features you need and get all prducts ordered by the cheapest that matches most of your requirements. Maybe it proves useful to someone still looking for a WordPress management solution: http://wpscoop.com/wordpress-management-software-comparison/

  6. Web Builder
    Web Builder June 7, 2016 at 05:17 | | Reply

    Thanks for the article about the available options but this information is a little dated. One thing I’ve noticed is that CMSCommander might be only available for wp now.


  7. Robert
    Robert February 3, 2017 at 02:10 | | Reply

    Hi Carma,

    would you mind to update the article? Especially with respect to woocommerce?
    Nevertheless, please note that the site does somehow not load css correctly. Is this just the case for me?

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