How do you organize your link building compaings?

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How do you organize your link building compaings?

I personally use excel spreadsheets. I use different tabs for forums posts, blog posts, forum profiles, web 2.0 articles, etc... I also put different columns with pr, link url, etc...

How do you organize your time? How many posts you do perday, do you set a goal for each day?

I need tips for that since I'm not very well organized with my time.

Thanks in advance!
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  • Try using attracta . com they can doo all this for you and even tell you your visitors and page rank!

    enjoy!
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    • Profile picture of the author SledgeHammer
      Originally Posted by ArticleDirectory4Profits View Post

      Try using attracta . com they can doo all this for you and even tell you your visitors and page rank!

      enjoy!
      They are not worth the mention. Seems to be like that they simply submits the XML sitemaps.

      My tools...

      1. Excel

      2. Onenote/Evernote

      3. Word

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  • Profile picture of the author lexilexi
    I keep a record of each page I have built a link from, plus a list of further sites and pages to investigate, gathered from numerous sources from do follow blog lists to search results to alexa.
    I revisit the pages later to see if the link stuck and also if the page I linked from has been indexed.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
    Originally Posted by FostinWD View Post

    How do you organize your time? How many posts you do perday, do you set a goal for each day?
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    probably working on something similar but with keys down the side then the tasks across the columns such as articles / blogs posts / web 2 properties etc so it all on one page rather than tabs.

    also i add a number to the column when i update it so for example i would know how many times i have used a key in a article on xyz site.

    if you then set a total in each key row you can then see what key has had the most attention and as a sub see exactly what area it has had the most attention.

    if you then sort highest to lowest you can then see what key needs the next work and what area to work in.

    once updated if you add a date so that any recent work is not calculated in the sort, for example anything not 14 days old since the last update would not be included to allow it time to update (adjust time to suit) and then also have a position that also excludes updates say page 1 on G pos 1 - 10 then by sorting this way you will know what key to attack and what area to attack in?

    well my plan for now of sorts. about to do a lot of work in this area and automating it.
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  • Profile picture of the author fahadkhan14
    I also set up all these thing in a spread sheet same like you. But I don't set any target on daily basis as well as don't count that how much postings I perform daily.
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  • Profile picture of the author Liquidgraph
    I have one word document I use for everything. Compiled of notes, ideas, completed lists of links built, campaigns, passwords, articles, poems, grocery lists, you name it. its about 64244 pages right now. and then just "control F" to find crap. I call it "The Document" :rolleyes:
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    • Profile picture of the author claycath
      I do it the old fashioned way. I have a 3 ring binder with alphabet tabs and I have a page for each site (I have around 40) that I have info like what cpanel it's in, user name & password, position it's in for main keyword (I update monthly), how many links it has (updated monthly) and all the back links I do & when.
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      • Profile picture of the author connorbringas
        I use google docs. However lately I've just been entering everything into notepad and transferring it later.. Its a hassle but it takes to much time to enter it in individually every single time you know?
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        • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
          Originally Posted by connorbringas View Post

          I use google docs. However lately I've just been entering everything into notepad and transferring it later.. Its a hassle but it takes to much time to enter it in individually every single time you know?
          Google docs is great especially for collabo. BUT, when you are doing supplemental link building it seems like tracking activity can be more time consuming than the actual link building itself. For link requests and reaching out to other site/blog owners I always make a note of that.

          I like to document back link profiles at certain points throughout campaigns too, it helps spot which links may disappear over time and see what specific plan of attack is yielding permanent links.
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    • Profile picture of the author thetruth23
      Originally Posted by Liquidgraph View Post

      I have one word document I use for everything. Compiled of notes, ideas, completed lists of links built, campaigns, passwords, articles, poems, grocery lists, you name it. its about 64244 pages right now. and then just "control F" to find crap. I call it "The Document" :rolleyes:
      Hahaha, dude, I can't stop laughing!

      'The Document' !

      I'm going to start my own!

      I hope you make back-up copies on cd's, usb drives, etc!
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    • Profile picture of the author FostinWD
      Originally Posted by Liquidgraph View Post

      I have one word document I use for everything. Compiled of notes, ideas, completed lists of links built, campaigns, passwords, articles, poems, grocery lists, you name it. its about 64244 pages right now. and then just "control F" to find crap. I call it "The Document" :rolleyes:
      "The Document"

      I'm gonna do one myself hehe I have like 30 notepads all over my desktop with all my info and I should compile everything in my own version of "The Document" hehehe
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  • Profile picture of the author Dr Livingston
    Google docs is the best especially if you are outsourcing. Just share your doc and the other party can view, or even add info.
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