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Any Software for Managing Multiple Websites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by jesdon2, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. jesdon2

    jesdon2 Junior Member

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    Hey guys and gals,

    I am wondering if anyone knows of any software specifically designed for managing multiple websites, at least a hundred different domains? Basically, I tend to forget all of the domains that I currently own and have to look them up regularly.

    As far as features, ahhh, pretty simple is fine, list of websites possibly their login information and so forth.

    Any recommendations, or maybe some tips on how you manage multiple websites?

    Thanks
     
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    how about microsoft excel or excel from open office?
     
  3. jesdon2

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    Hmmm, I use excel every day and never even thought about that, great idea! I was focused on finding a software designed specifically for managing sites/domains, but I guess I don't need it. Sometimes you just need a different perspective. lol

    Now I will walk away feeling like an idiot! But thank you much for your help.
     
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    Or perhaps an open source app like Keepass - you can use it store all your usernames and passwords along with stuff like a title and the URL to login to each one. Keepass is pretty sweet actually.
     
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    although its not free http://www.whmcs.com/ is good for managing your webhosting and domains... you can set it up to send your reminders etc for renewals and that
     
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    Are you also looking for a website platform that allows you to manage hundreds of websites in one place? e.g. website settings, articles, landing pages, squeeze pages...etc.?
     
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    Thank you guys for all of the great ideas! I will check out all of the links that have been posted and see if one of those is a better solution. Had no idea that there were so many options.