Keeping Track of Multiple Websites

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For all you marketers, I wonder, how do you keep track of "Multiple Websites"? Obviously Affiliate Marketers sell a number of offers at once and need more than One or Two websites to sell each of their "Offers". My question is: How do you keep track of 5 or more websites, and the offer each site promotes? Do you keep them in a 3 ring binder, or do you just check your account with your web host? How do you keep track of things like Keywords for each website you have for each separate offer? I'd like to market multiple offers myself, but I don't know how to keep track of them all. I appreciate all replies. Thanks all.
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  • Profile picture of the author AceOfShirts
    I usually setup a Google Keep page for each website. That way I can access the information from my office computer, cell phone and laptop.
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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by nomad576 View Post

    For all you marketers, I wonder, how do you keep track of "Multiple Websites"? Obviously Affiliate Marketers sell a number of offers at once and need more than One or Two websites to sell each of their "Offers". My question is: How do you keep track of 5 or more websites, and the offer each site promotes? Do you keep them in a 3 ring binder, or do you just check your account with your web host? How do you keep track of things like Keywords for each website you have for each separate offer? I'd like to market multiple offers myself, but I don't know how to keep track of them all. I appreciate all replies. Thanks all.
    Because of electronic mishaps, I went OLD WORLD. A paper notebook with tabs. I keep all information about the sites, offers, times, etc. written by hand on PAPER, as long as it doesn't leave my house, or if I avoid my own stupidity (reading in bath tub?)...

    It is always right at my fingertips. I call it my external brain. USE clouds, electronics, software, whatever works...but pen and paper is easy, cheap and reliable.

    GordonJ
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    • Profile picture of the author nomad576
      THANKS GORDON. I use 3 ring binders too for all my internet offers and products purchased too. Thanks again.
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  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    You can use Google Keep, Onenote, Evernote to keep track of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author crackhouse
    Generally spreadsheets and note taking apps are good way to keep track of things. I save everythign to a cloud account so they're easy to access.
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  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
    Originally Posted by nomad576 View Post

    For all you marketers, I wonder, how do you keep track of "Multiple Websites"?
    As webmaster I know every site I'm working on by heart.
    5 or 10, as soon I open site it comes back to me instinctively.
    After all if you spent hours working on something, how difficult
    would be to remember things you have created.



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  • Profile picture of the author richardZ
    Originally Posted by nomad576 View Post

    For all you marketers, I wonder, how do you keep track of "Multiple Websites"? Obviously Affiliate Marketers sell a number of offers at once and need more than One or Two websites to sell each of their "Offers". My question is: How do you keep track of 5 or more websites, and the offer each site promotes? Do you keep them in a 3 ring binder, or do you just check your account with your web host? How do you keep track of things like Keywords for each website you have for each separate offer? I'd like to market multiple offers myself, but I don't know how to keep track of them all. I appreciate all replies. Thanks all.
    You can keep track of multiple websites and their performance in the google through google analytics. If your one website is different from other then you can take help of tool such as ahref, semrush etc. to make the report for keyword position on google.

    If talking about offer promotion on different sites then you can take help of excel sheet for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author SiteNameSales
    You can make a good start at monitoring by tracking visitors with a tool like Statcounter. Free and paid versions with as many sites as you wish. More basic than Google analytics but it can give you a lot of information about what's happening on a site with a click or two.

    You can also use a CRM like Zoho to log any other information you'd like to monitor and analyze.
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  • Profile picture of the author dioni
    Google Spreadsheets are extremely helpful & very convenient to use.
    That's what I use to keep track of everything I do with multiple websites (like 100s).
    You can customize the rows, columns, tabs, etc. plus it's free to use & can be kept in your Google Drive so it's updated real time.
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