How to sign up and manage lots of website

My Web 2.0 Marketing post touches on using the many Web 2.0 services out there to help create network and promote your website.

Many of the services require you to sign up by creating a username and password. Most of the time email is required as well.

Today I share 2 ideas to help make it real easy to signup and manage all those accounts,

  1. Gmail
  2. KeePass Password Safe

Idea 1, Gmail, need no introduction.

gmail logoThe web email service by Google gives you plenty of space to store mails, tag your mails and most importantly zap all the spam.

Use Gmail and not your personal email especially if you are somewhat concerned about privacy.

(Anyone still needing invites can send an email to 59ideas, at gmail of course).

Idea 2, KeePass Password Safe, is nice, simple program that helps to save and track all those accounts your had created.

If you are like me, paranoid about using the same password for each service, KeePass can generates password which you just copy and paste to sign up.

To sign in, simply use the hotkey Ctrl-Alt-A to auto-fill the username and password.

No worries about keeping track of which site you signed up adn forgetting the passwords.

With these 2 ideas, you can now sign up all the services on the net and mange them with ease.

ps. Remember to share any new ideas and sites you found with 59 ideas.

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