Business Development | The Best Tool For Finding, Capturing & Managing Your Marketing Images

Posted on 06/27/2012
Marketing on the Internet can be both time consuming and a waste of money if you are not up to speed on the ever changing marketing tool. There are tools available that will save you a ton of time both on the Net and on your computer.

For example, the most time consuming issue for each of us is image processing. Obtaining the image, sizing the image, and processing the image to a high resolution state seems to be beyond most of us.

For those of you who have Windows 7 as your computer operating system possess a feature that will help you simplify your image processing efforts when you are working on your online marketing campaign.

The Windows 7 Snipping Tool

The Snipping Tool is a simple tool that will greatly reduce the amount of time you are spending on brand, product, service, and staff image processing.

The snipping tool is located by clicking your computer start button in the lower left hand corner of your computer screen. Once clicked, look for the Snipping Tool icon.

When you click on the icon, the screen on your computer will turn a milky white and the function box below will appear.

As it states on the function box, drag your cursor about the image on the page you wish to cut or copy. Once you do that, this box will appear with the image you selected, if correct, save the image to your computer.

This is the quickest, simplest method I have found for the initial capture of any image you wish to download from the web or your computer.
Contact Michael J. Haase at 406-890-0812 or elloFlatheadValley@gmail.com

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