How to keep track of it all?!!

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Sente, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. Sente

    Sente Junior Member

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    I have multiple domain names and hosts and affiliate links and logins and... well you get the drill. Is there a way to keep track of it all? Maybe something online so I don't have to have a notebook or Excel?

    This is driving me nuts!
     
  2. jesdon2

    jesdon2 Junior Member

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    I just use excel, but if you don't have that then you could download OpenOffice for free and do the same thing. As far as an online service, I am sure there are some but I don't know what they are. Besides, I don't know about you, but I wouldn't want to store all of my accounts and basically my entire business on some third party website, seems like a recipe for disaster.

    Of course, I am paranoid, so maybe others would be more comfortable with that?
     
  3. Total Noob

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    notepad
     
  4. Sly.Niches

    Sly.Niches Newbie

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    Sticky Password Manager.
     
  5. nixxxan

    nixxxan Newbie

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    Roboform for passwords, subid+statsjunky for affiliate links to track conversions and earnings.
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  6. sksugo

    sksugo Junior Member

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    Notepad will be fairly easy. You can organize certain folders into categories too, but notepad is pretty simple.
     
  7. henkedk

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    Or you just build your own database-handled system, but that would ofc require some knowledge to e.g. PHP and MySQL :)