Command WP Project

Dusty Candland | | project

When I started hosting WordPress sites as WP Support HQ I used some of the various management options. However, they all used plugins to do the management. Something always happened to the plugins. Users uninstalled them. They become "disconnected". Outdated.

Eventually I started my working on my own tool to manage the site. I didn't want to use a plugin, although I did experiment with one. I ended up using WP-CLI to manage the site and build an app around that management to track everything and have a nice dashboard.

That became this project, CloudSh


Getting early adopters for CommandWP
| pricing, saas, commandwp

[CommandWP] is getting to a point where I'd like to get some early adopters using it. I'm not sure what a good approach might be. Here's what I'm thinking about.


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