ManageWP vs InfiniteWP Comparison

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Comparing ManageWP vs InfiniteWPWhich management plugin is the better alternative for my blog? With more and more competing premium WordPress plugins it gets harder and harder to answer that question. This article takes a look at two popular management plugins: It compares ManageWP with InfiniteWP in order to help you with your decision in choosing one.

There are several other alternatives to ManageWP and InfiniteWP on the market which I have compared in separate articles. Go to my main WordPress Management Software comparison to start your search.

Please note that this comparison only looks at the features on paper as reported by either plugin’s developers. It does not and can not tell you if or how well a certain feature will work for you. Because such a verdict would depend on too many variables, including your server setup and personal preference, I have decided to stick to the hard facts for this feature comparison between ManageWP and InfiniteWP.

ManageWP And InfiniteWP Feature Comparison

In my comparison I track 35 different features for all the WordPress management plugins. In ManageWP you can find 32 out of 35 of those features. InfiniteWP on the other hand offers 27 out of the 35 features in total.

ManageWP InfiniteWP
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User Rating
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WordPress Management Features
The main point behind it all: These features save you time by allowing you to manage multiple weblogs simultaneously from a single dashboard.
Manage Posts and Pages

(free)

(free)

Bulk Posting

(addon)

1-click Theme Updates

(free)

(free)

1-click Plugin Updates

(free)

(free)

1-click WordPress Updates

(free)

(free)

1-click Admin Login

(free)

(free)

Bulk Edit WordPress Posts and Pages
Bulk Plugin and Theme Installation

(free)

(free)

Manage Comments

(free)

(addon)

Manage User Accounts

(addon)

Bulk Create User Accounts
Edit WordPress Settings
Configure Automatic Updates

(free)

WordPress Backups + Restore

(free)

Automatic Scheduled Backups

(addon)

Save backups to Amazon S3

(addon)

Save backups to Dropbox

(addon)

Save backups to Google Drive

(addon)

Website Cloning

(addon)

Maintenance Mode

(free)

ManageWP InfiniteWP
Security Features
Security features are essential for all WP managers since the services have direct access to all your WordPress blogs.
Secure SSL Encryption

(free)

(free)

Uptime Monitoring

(addon)

Sucuri.net Malware Scanner Integration

(free)

(addon)

2-Factor Authentication

(free)

ManageWP InfiniteWP
Other Features
Several management services have implemented new features in order to provide more value to users and differentiate themselves from the pack.
Google Analytics Integration

(addon)

SEO / Keyword Tracking
Automatic Content / API Integration
Self Hosted

(free)

Custom Client Plugin Branding

(addon)

Activity Reports

(addon)

Storage Space for Plugins, Images or Files
DB Maintenance and Optimization

(free)

(addon)

Code Snippets

(addon)

Sub Users

(addon)

Premium Support

(free)

ManageWP And InfiniteWP Interface Comparison

Even if many of the features compared above overlap between those competing products there is one very important difference: ManageWP as well as InfiniteWP both provide a unique interface and dashboard from which you will manage all your WordPress blogs (pictured below). Since it is hard to rate the quality of such an interface objectively I recommend that you try both products yourself by signing up for the free trial offered by either service.

the ManageWP WordPress management dashboardthe InfiniteWP WordPress management dashboard

ManageWP vs InfiniteWP Price Comparison

WPscoop indexes the exact prixing plans of all compared plugins. Please refer to the table below for a quick overview of the prices of ManageWP and InfiniteWP.

To find the cheaper management plugin for your individual needs please go to my main comparison article. There you can search for the features you need and then see the exact price you would need to pay for ManageWP or InfiniteWP (as well as other alternatives).

Price ManageWP InfiniteWP
Minimum (1 Site) 0.00 USD 0.00 USD
Maximum (1 Site) 239.99 USD 759.50 USD
Minimum (10 Sites) 70.00 USD 0.00 USD
Maximum (10 Sites) 419.98 USD 759.50 USD

Explanations: The minimum price compared above is the lowest price a product is available for, e.g. the version with the least features. The maximum price listed is for a version of the product that includes all features. For plugins that charge per addon it factors in the cost of all available addons. For some products the price increases if you want to use it on more than 1 WordPress site – the listed price for 10 sites shows if that is the case.

Disclaimer: While we update this comparison regularly we can not guarantee the prices displayed above are still correct and take no responsibility if they changed.

More Information

Visit the developers website to learn more about each of the management plugins and order or download the software.

Most WordPress plugins have an option to test their service for free, either thrhough a basic free version, a trial period or online demo. Check if such an offer exists for ManageWP and InfiniteWP and if so: Make use of it! By doing so you can compare both plugins directly and find out which one is the better alternative in you situation.

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Other Alternative Management Plugins

But wait, there is more! Besides ManageWP and InfiniteWP I have compared several other WordPress management plugins on WPscoop. I recommend you start your search for ManageWP alternatives or InfiniteWP alternatives in the main comparison article. There you can filter all different products and search for the features you need.

ManageWP vs. other management plugins

InfiniteWP vs. other WordPress management plugins

Did you spot a mistake in here? Is some feature in my comparison out of date? Please leave a comment below so I can update the article!

Which one is the better blog management service: ManageWP or InfiniteWP? Please share your opinion or experience in the comments!

Last update on: 19.11.2016

About Thomas Höfter

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15 Comments


  1. updraft plus is making a good product as well. have been using managewp and its a BIG BIG improvement of some 3 years i think or more ago when i left as the files couldnt backup, some issue in sending data (not packeted) to the servers and problems

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  2. I have been with managewp for many years, even supposedly have a 20 % discount which they claim I have for long term customer

    Just have to comment on managewp It seems like they have gone downhill fast. If you are still on their legacy plan stay there Do not change unless you have hours and hours extra time to try and figure it out, and then want to go back to legacy, or do what I am doing now Possibly looking for another alternative

    Here is one of many emails I have sent since moving to their new Orion

    How do I get back on the old legacy site. This new one is having so many issues, bloatedly slow, hard to manoeuvre, your guide isn’t working gives you blanks where the directions should be
    http://www.screencast.com/t/m1MMO8E1

    Example, you used to be able to add a plug in to a bunch of sites at once, now one at a time, I don’t need this service if you can’t work on multiple sites at once. I have people working on multiple sites for me and need to add users and delete users on multiple sites not one at a time

    Responses back and forth are hours apart. Terrible

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    1. The maximum price for InfiniteWP does also factor in the Enterprise Edition which is sold separately and not included in the addon package.

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  3. I’m using ManageWP, and it is just an OK for me. It doesn’t handle multisite extremely well and I have regularly failed backups. Support is S L O W.

    The business plan just gives me a very very basic SEO list of keywords, and site uptime, and white labelling so its not worth upgrading to this plan. You can get all these tools free elsewhere in a specific SEO plan for all your sites.

    Think I have come to the end of the road with ManageWP so will try some of the others.

    Also if you have big sites the backups won’t work. I have one that the backup is 2.6Gb and the only one that backups this successfully each day is my host WPEngine.

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  4. I find it strange in your price comparison chart you only evaluate costs for 1 site and 10 sites.

    The whole point of self-hosting IWP is it’s a flat fixed cost structure. It would be great to add costs for 100 sites in MWP and IWP. Although one should also add into that ~$10/m for self hosting IWP.

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  5. I have tried both and for what I am doing InfiniteWP works great. I really just like the basics with what I am doing. ManageWP is great as well but I don’t need to spend money with InfiniteWP and basically get the same features for what I am using it for.

    So if you need more options, spend a few bucks and go with ManageWP but if you are sticking with the basics InfiniteWP is great!

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  6. I work with both, however infinite WP is cheaper especially if you have a lot of WordPress websites and want to use. Only the basic functionalities

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  7. Thanks for this. I have been thinking about dumping ManageWP for a while. Its a great system for WordPress developers like is, but I’ve never been very fond of SAAS based stuff. Going to try Infinite WP see how it goes. Thanks again for your most excellent review. Saved me a lot of time.

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  8. Infinite WP has backup to google drive option .

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  9. Thanks for this comparison, it’s exactly what I was looking for: a breakdown of each by feature.

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