If you have a website, it’s critical to keep your login information in a safe place where you can access it easily.
But many of my clients don’t have a good method for managing their passwords.
One of them kept her passwords in her email, which is the WORST place you can keep them. Hackers will have no trouble accessing them there.
Many others have kept them on pieces of paper near their desks, but those can be misplaced.
It’s also not a good idea to use the same password for multiple accounts, because if one of them gets compromised, then all of your accounts are at risk.
So what should you do to keep track of your passwords and make sure they’re safe?
You need to get a password manager!
They’re free and easy to use, and they will make it much simpler to log in to your accounts in the future. And, let’s face it, just logging in is half the battle when it comes to keeping your website updated.
I personally use 1Password, which is great, but I have the free version from years ago, and now they charge $3/month.
So I researched the best free password managers in 2021 and multiple sources named LastPass as one of their favorites.
I tried it out and it only took a few minutes to download and figure out how to use.
So if you don’t have a password manager, download this right now!
Just take a few minutes to do it and use it to record your login information the next time you open an account.
In today’s world, having a password manager is critical to keeping your account information organized and safe.
You can do it!
Here are some cheesy Marshall’s signs to inspire you.