Any tips to manage multiple sites effectively?

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I have three websites at this time and also wanted to open some new sites, the first one is a personal blog, the second one is a make money blog and third one is a wordpress blog (selling WP themes, plugins..). All of three are Wordpress sites. Please give me some tips to manage multiple sites effectively?
 

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What kind of management do you require? Do you want to be able to post to all three of them at the same time? And their social media accounts?

If you can be more specific I can help better. However, a custom solution might be necessary for you.
 
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It's exact what I wanted to say.

It's all about time and work to do on multi sites.

For example, I should create separated social account for each website or using a social account for all?

Posting content to all websites with same amount of content or posting more to websites that getting good traffic..etc?

Also improve the work better to make good income on all sites.
 

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Well, you could make them multisite which would allow them all to share a single WordPress installation, but it's a bit harder to set up if its not setup from the start.

When the multisite feature is activated, the original WordPress site can be converted to support a network of sites.

See the WP Codex for creating a Network which explains more about the pros/cons, how it works and how to go about it.
Code:
https://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network
However, as you only have 3 sites. It might not be worth doing and may as well just keep them all separate.

I sometimes manage up to 50 WP sites as have done for years. Some I've had for years, some I flip.

So keeping them separate makes it easier come flip time.

But each to their own. :)
 

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Not as much as I was making 5 odd years ago.
Back then it was sooo easy to rank a site during "the good ol' days".
Or at least, you never had to do as much.
You could rank a site with just onpage SEO.
Back when social bookmarking could get a site on 1st page of SERP and "do the trick" and that was about it.

That was when I bought 2 .info's for $5 and sold them for £50k 6 months later.

After that, I basically sold off most of my sites as didn't really need them any more.

Bloody wish I'd kept them now LOL

But its really not that hard to manage that many sites, especially today when they more manage themselves with auto updates of everything.

The only issue is, al them renewals which can be quite costly if you have that many sites to renew every year.

Specially when renewal is around $10 today, so thats like 50x10=500 so you need to be making that much a year from them at least just to break even.

But hey if you can't make 500+ a year from 50 sites, you're in the wrong game man.
 

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Create a calendar schedule like for example on this day you will focus on your personal blog, then the next day will the money blog, then the wordpress selling blog you have there. On the calendar you can write what will be posted on a day, make it on a monthly basis so you will have an effective guide, lastly don't forget to incorporate your blog with your social media channels or create a page. Proper time management will surely work. Good luck :)
 

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I think the solution for your concern is to start making a plan for the day. For example, on Mondays, you would focus on your first website and see how it performs. On Tuesdays, you would want to go and focus on your 2nd website so that you can monitor and see its performance. And on Wednesdays, go and check your 3rd website. You must give a fair and equal time to each and every websites that you have to ensure that they are performing well. And also, for you to be able to see if the service being provided by your site is excellent.
 

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I can understand, your main motive is to get the traffic on our website by social network. Here are some of the techniques -

1. Create single page for all three sites if those are co-related else you will have to create different pages.
2. Make target that every day you will post on each page at-least one post on your site to make it busy so people will get engaged with it.
3. Your post should have the maximum three hash tags so your post will come as search result when someone search that keyword.
4. The post title should be unique and catchy so everyone should access it.
5. You should use the images too while posting on the page,
 

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Three websites are very hectic and you have to employ some freelancers to help out. They will help you to write content.
 
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You need to be able to easily control the permissions and activity on satellite sites directly from your main site, otherwise, you'll be left fishing your way through multiple sites, which takes ages, and endlessly managing the process.
 
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my tips, use wordpress for desktop/for android/ios apps
you can manage all your wordpress websites, from 1 place, no need to open each admin page & login again

also divide your websites to primary & secondary, so you can have more time for primary websites
 
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You should put all the sites on a text document and to write there all your accounts and passwords.
 
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