Internet Password Organizer: Review and Giveaway

hypothesis The Internet Password Organizer will be a great way to help me organize the multitude of computer and website passwords I use both at home and at work.


One Internet Password Organizer in Ruby, billions of passwords I need to remember, and a pen.  About Internet Password Organizer:


The Internet Password Organizer® is the ideal companion product for anyone who uses the internet. As many sites require that users create a username/password pair, and it is generally recommended that users use unique passwords for each site they subscribe too, the number of passwords the average person owns grows to unwieldy amounts over time. The Internet Password Organizer® allows you to create complex passwords (which results in increased online security) by providing you with a place to store and quickly retrieve that information as needed.


At my job, I would say about 40% of my workday is spent at my computer.  I have passwords for login, email, training, website editing and the list goes on and on!  At home, I have passwords for banking, email, login, and picture sharing websites.  As a blogger, I have passwords for website editing, picture editing, video editing, Facebook, Twitter, and forums.  After the birth of my first child, my memory faded a little, but the birth of my second daughter rendered my memory useless!  Being that I can’t tell you what I had for lunch TODAY, how can I remember all of these passwords (the majority of which have to be changed every 60 days!)??

When I received the Internet Password Organizer, I was so happy to finally have a way to organize all these passwords!  I can’t tell you the amount of time I have spent on the phone with our IT Department trying to reset my forgotten passwords!  The organizer is a paperback book, very similar to a phone book.  You can organize your website passwords alphabetically in one neat format.  I filled in the blanks to organize my passwords and decided to store my book in a locked file cabinet.  The key is always with me, so I feel like my book and passwords are secure.


Internet Password Organizer offers the paperback version in three jewel colors: Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald.  A Deluxe hardcover version is also available which is spiral bound allowing the book to lie flat.  I found the book to be very helpful in organizing my online life and would recommend it to anyone with passwords floating around in their head or on one hundred sticky notes!

Need help remembering your passwords?  Internet Password Organizer has generously offered one Not-So-Blog reader an Organizer of their own!

How to enter:

1. Visit Internet Password Organizer and tell me which color you would choose!

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog.

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Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on September 15th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.

This review is the opinion of The Experimental Mommy. Other may have a different experience with the product. Thank you to Internet Password Organizer for supplying the book for review.

77 thoughts on “Internet Password Organizer: Review and Giveaway”

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  2. I pick the red one it would be easy to find on my messy desk thats why need this to keeo all my passwords in one place instead of writing all over the place thanks.

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