If you run a multi-author site or simply need to allow other people to access and manage your site, it’s crucial that you assign each person an appropriate role. Thankfully, WordPress comes with 5 default user roles, each of which has its own set of permissions. Those user roles can help your users understand what their role is and they also ensure that no unauthorized user can perform actions that can harm your site.
We want to make it possible for you to be able to manage your client’s WooCommerce websites effectively, all from one dashboard. Integrating WooCommerce websites would mean you having the ability to do everything you need to run your online store and manage hundreds of others directly from ManageWP. We can’t make it all happen today, but we can get started with a feature that you chose.
Having a profitable project is essential to a successful business. This months webinar will focus on helping you make sure that your project is always profitable. The WP Elevation team are back again at the end of the month, with a one hour free webinar that will help you bring in enough money every month.
Since the Orion launch, a bit over a year ago, the Client Report tool got upgraded the most. It’s also the one we’re most proud of. Although we have a great guide to help you get the most out of Client Reports, a lot of you had an oddly specific question about our Client Reports. How to send separate reports for each of your client’s websites? We generate reports on a per client basis. This got some of you worried. Let’s see how we can fix this problem.
Today I had the opportunity to sit down and to talk to Ivan Bjelajac, our Operating Director, at the GoDaddy Belgrade office. This interview will shed light on how Ivan makes his decisions as a leader, who influenced him, and what are the most important qualities he looks for in his employees. Ivan has been with ManageWP since 2012, working as the Head of Customer Care, COO and then CEO before the GoDaddy acquisition, and now he is the Operating Director of the first European GoDaddy office.
When we started working on the Safe Updates feature, we wanted to give you a better way to update WordPress websites. Now it’s time to tackle the other challenge: Running Safe Updates across multiple websites unattended, while you’re drinking coffee and watching Netflix.
End of August brings with it another free WP Elevation webinar that will focus on launching a website and handing it over to a client. This is an important moment in your relationship with the client, and doing the handover correctly will make the difference between keeping or losing a client. Join the folks from WP Elevation for an hour and learn how to hand over a website like a pro.
As a blogger I realized that ManageWP is an essential tool for me. When I started working at ManageWP a few years back I added my sites with the intention of familiarizing myself with the dashboard, and have never left since. I have a few blogs that I run on the side, and my life has become so much easier since taking advantage of all of the tools. It’s also occurred to me that at ManageWP we focus on WordPress freelancers and agencies, and have never reached out to bloggers who need us. So, here it is, bloggers I am going to tell you why you need ManageWP to help you run your blog.
Like with any business it’s important to stand out, and with more WordPress maintenance businesses thriving, I wanted to find out what does it take to be different, rather how to get clients to pick you. Joe Howard from WP Buffs has already shared some insightful information on how to get started in the world of freelancing, and I wanted to find out how WP Buffs came about, what’s unique about them, what tools they use, and how they position themselves in the WordPress community. Joe, who if you haven’t met is the friendliest person around, made sure I had all of the answers I was looking for.