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To hang lots of things, with the least amount of damage. You might want to consider picture rail molding. It's a molding run around the room, where pictures can be hung from using wire/string/rods/etc. It has the advantage that it can be securely fastened to the framing, and allows lots of things to hang with minimal damage to the wall.
I cannot tell how big the hole was left from the anchors in your link, but I have had great luck with large mirrors and hangings using "molly" anchors along with a substantial metal hook and picture wire. These hold a lot of weight in drywall yet are easy to cover with just a small dab of spackle. The key is to just tap them under the paper surface of the ...
you can use a monkey hook. they work really well for items that are heavy. just use multiple hooks for heavier items http://www.leevalley.com/en/hardware/page.aspx?p=52367&cat=3,40914,50630,52367
If the objects can be hung (hanged?) in close proximity to each other and at the same height attaching a board to the wall first to which the objects can be attached to would decrease the amount of openings left by individual fasteners. This is rarely the case though. For each object that is fairly light weight (1-5 pounds) any wall anchor will do, but the ...
Use toggles, but also put at least one good fastener into the stud. (Even if you have to drill a new hole/holes in the mount.)
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