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Keeping track of it all

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mesach, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. Mesach

    Mesach Junior Member

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    what tools do you, the black hat community, use to keep track of everything?

    I have 72 domains, and just maintaining the emails from all of them is a nightmare, I'm thinking about setting them all up in google, but thats going to be a huge undertaking. Then there are all the gmail accounts I have setup for various backlinking and such.

    There is also all the accounts for databases, hosting, social media, wordpress.

    I'm getting buried under the login avalanche

    Currently i use Keepass to keep track of all my login's and password, but that is getting unruly. I have several "Main" domain email accounts, plus personal gmail accounts.

    Also how do you keep track of which domain you have with which registrar, and which host its on. I think that any help that can be given to anyone from a productivity standpoint will greatly help anyone not feel overwhelmed.

    What are your strategies? and tools?
     
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  2. Talsin

    Talsin Regular Member

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    Make a personalized database using M1cros0ft office or OpenOffice. Quick, easy, organized, private.
     
  3. brookshire

    brookshire Junior Member

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    I agree, a nice clean spreadsheet works wonders. That is, of course, until you have a LOT of info to keep track of..
     
  4. RebelMaster

    RebelMaster Junior Member

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    Good idea, but me and spreadsheets (like excel) don't get along too well. LOL

    Would be nice if there was an adaptable software out there that would take care of this issue.

    THis has got me thinking,tho. I'm looking thru all my dloadz to see if I can find a particular PLR tracking software that I got a while back. Never got around to using it for all my plr laying around. Maybe that could work.

    Hmmm ...

    RM
     
  5. AlbertW

    AlbertW Newbie

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    Use MS Access, thats what I do. Different forms for each of the website passwords, domains, everything. Lots easier than excel, because you dont need to have rows and colums of consistent data. That way you can query the DB for whatever you are looking for (i.e. just domain logins, or site logins on certain domain, etc.)