If you’re a content creator, content manager, writer, or online business owner with multiple web sites, you know how frustrating it is to manage each site individually.
You always have way too many tabs open.
You’re always logging in and out.
And you have to keep up with blog scheduling in each independent site’s dashboard
It’s a lot like owning a bunch of houses and every day you’re stuck driving from one house to another, unlocking each door, rearranging the furniture, trimming the hedges, and ensuring the coffee maker is scheduled to brew at 7AM the next morning.