In Review: Site Organizer
The problem that many website owners face is that in order to keep current with their websites, they need to work on them constantly; rotating galleries, links, thumbnails and banners. To keep them fed with new visitors, site owners need to manage traffic trades with other sites as well.
For example, let's say that you run 10 TGP's, which is a very common means these days to generate traffic. To do this, you will typically need 10 TGP scripts and 10 traffic trading scripts. This could very easily cost over $500 per website, or $5000+ to equip all of them.
On top of all of this, you will still need a way of rotating your banners, and then you'll still be going to each and every website to check on trade productivity and to keep uploading more galleries for each of these websites.
I've found a solution to these problems, however, in a new script that I was asked to review, called the Site Organizer, offered by www.cheapestadultscripts.com. I've been testing this script out, and I'd like to share a few of the things I've found out about it with you.
With one copy of the Site Organizer script hosted on one domain, you can run as many TGP's, free sites or toplists as you want. You can upload 1000 galleries at once, and have them feed all of the TGP's that you run, sorting them by niche, and specifying how often they rotate.
Site Organizer also lets you store all of the banners for all of the sites you run on one database, selecting them for display by niche, and rotating as often as you want. You can check on the traffic trades from all of your sites on one page, and even sell gallery spots as well.
I'm currently working with one website on this script so far and I'm pretty impressed. I like simple, and this works. Let's say you want to load a bunch of hosted galleries. Well, I did just that: I went to www.freehostedgalleries.com and selected several hundred hosted galleries in the format [CODE]url,description[/CODE], and a quick copy and paste operation placed them in my database. It was that simple.
I then made a template of the page that I wanted to display, and loaded it in the Site Organizer database. Next I made the page I wanted to load to, and added 2 lines of code. One click of a button, and my page was up. A little tweaking and I was done.
Now it's just a matter of making adjustments to the trade settings on the trade package that is already built into the Site Organizer script.
I'll soon have more information about this script, as I'm going to put it through its paces and see how it handles running multiple websites and working with other scripts.
So far, I see no problems, but I'll let you know how my tests come out.