Bluehost, a web host by WordPress.org, has launched Maestro, a new initiative designed for WordPress website creators, designers, and web professionals.
Bluehost’s Maestro brings together tools and features for web professionals to manage their work efficiently and save time.
WordPress enjoys the distinction of being the most preferred content management system (CMS) for building websites. It powers 34 percent or one-third of the Internet and 60 percent CMS-built sites.
Bluehost has been one of the tops trusted WordPress hosting brands recommended by WordPress.org for the past ten years.
Bluehost’s Maestro is developed based on ongoing feedback from the web professionals community and WordPress experts. An account on Bluehost’s Maestro offers the ability to organize all WordPress sites, categorize them by clients, onto a single dashboard. These benefits are available to even those users who do not use Bluehost as a web hosting provider.
Bluehost’s Maestro aims to improve the productivity of web professionals by providing single dashboard access which removes the hassle of keeping track of usernames and passwords. Clients can now securely authorize web professionals to manage their sites with a simple click of a button, without sharing their passwords.
“Bluehost’s Maestro is an initiative to serve web professionals with better tools and features to vitalize their capabilities and help them increase their productivity,” said Manish Dalal, senior vice president & general manager, Endurance APAC, the parent company of web presence brands like Bluehost, HostGator, ResellerClub, BigRock.