In some instances, setting up a network of WordPress sites is absolutely critical. Whether you have multiple clients to satisfy or are looking to create something totally outside of the box, there are many reasons to build multiple sites.

But, it can be a difficult undertaking, especially if you are new to WordPress or just getting started as a developer. As a seasoned developer, even if the difficulty is not a problem, the cost and logistics can be a hassle.

Find the Right WordPress Software

It all starts with the right WordPress software. In this area, your research is absolutely critical. You want to look for WordPress software that offers you complete flexibility, support for issues that may arise and so forth.

Additionally, you need to check out the specifics. Look at the license information to be sure you will maintain the rights to your WordPress sites. Most importantly though, look at the functionality and capabilities of the actual platforms. Not many sites are built like, to scale to millions of WordPress websites without affecting the speed and performance of your websites (which is the most important factor in the long run).

Choose the Right Plan

Once you’re satisfied with the WordPress program you’ve chosen to run with (checking out theme availability, customization options and server performance), look at the plans available. Now, think of your goals. Are you a large business with hundreds of clients and potential clients that will need websites? Or, are you looking to build a smaller network of WordPress sites?

Look for the plan that matches your current position and start there. Be sure you can upgrade at any time without a hassle or delay so you aren’t held back. Sign up and start designing!

Start Building Your Network of WordPress Sites

Once the logistics are taken care of, you’re ready to go. Think about the sites you’re ready to design and get started. Take your time to browse the available themes to be sure you find the one that matches what you’re going for. Think about the features and plug-ins you’d like to include and get the framework set. From there, add content and import users (if applicable). At this point, the sky is the limit.

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