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Anyone know of a good way to manage large numbers of websites?

     
5:02 am on Sep 19, 2005 (gmt 0)

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We have about 250 websites which we work on. They are all different in their own way and 3-4 work on them doing different tasks. Does anyone know of a good online database for managing websites... our spreadsheets are ballooning out of control.....
3:49 pm on Sept 19, 2005 (gmt 0)

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gotta suggest windows sharepoint if your using a windows server.

Add tasks \ edit tasks \ put time limits on task \ percent complete \ email alerts when task modified..

12:40 am on Sept 20, 2005 (gmt 0)

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umm.. yeah, that's fine for project management, but I'm talking more about stuff like:

DOMAIN/ REGISTERED AT /DNS HOST / ADSENSE ACC#/ whois profile/ last backup /DNS1/ DNS2 / PRIMARY HOSTING IP / SECONDARY HOSTINGIP / SATUS / PRIMARY HOST F.T.P/ LOGIN / PASS /SECONDARY HOST / MARKET / SITE TYPE / KEYWORDS / BLOG /INDEXED / HOST /TEMPLATE / BACKLINKS / LINKING TEXT1 (to 10) / SUBMIT TO DIR / GOOGLE SITEMAPS SITEMAPS / Yahoo Submit/ RSS Submit / MINI SITE / MONEY SITE / REVENUE TYPEREVENUE at DATE / NOTES / AFF LOGINS / GENERAL NOTES

+ having the ability to run reports for tasks for different team members tied to each row in the database.

1:08 am on Sept 20, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I doubt there is anything specific like that. Your task is very narrow. I suggest you just create your own database and start working on a little backend.

Do the basic stuff first (database + reports) and then build on that. You'll be glad you did in a few years.