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Personal Webmaster Central

Discussion in 'General Affiliate Marketing Forum' started by espmartin, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. espmartin

    espmartin Affiliate affiliate

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    Hello fellow webmasters and others. I wanted to discuss the
    fact that I have been wanting to make a current domain, or
    just get a new one, for my own personal "Webmaster Central",
    which would have all my site admin links, webmail links, affiliate
    login links, and other such as those, on one central site.

    It would of course be protected. I was wondering if any of you
    do that, or are thinking of it? My reasons are simple. I have
    many bookmarks and "saved sessions" in Firefox that are specific
    to these types of logins, but if I'm not on my PC, I would
    most likely not check them all.

    What do you all think?
     
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  3. OldWelshGuy

    OldWelshGuy Affiliate affiliate

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    yep, I have a custom home page on my local machine that has all my links etc in one place. When I need a new page for a client or new site, I just add it to the html page , save, and there it is as soon as I hit my home button.
     
  4. espmartin

    espmartin Affiliate affiliate

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    OWG, that's a good idea, but what about when you are off-site? Have you ever thought
    of putting that custom home page on one of your domains?
     
  5. OldWelshGuy

    OldWelshGuy Affiliate affiliate

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    I did but don't trust Google etc not to spider it. the ABSOLUTE last thing I would want would be to hand a list of all my money making sites to someone :(
     
  6. bochgoch

    bochgoch Affiliate affiliate

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    I have small site on a machine behind a firewall for myself and my team to use for common links. So long as you protect it sufficiently can't see any reason not to do the same thing on the 'net.

    I also use del.icio.us for those links to websites that I'm likely to need when out and about.
     

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