Make screen shots for your blog, ebook and more!

September 23, 2008 | By | 6 Replies More

As I am creating my first ebook at this stage (sweat, sweat!), I have to make some screen shots to demonstrate certain step-by-step processes to make them easier to understand. My problem was that I had no idea how to do that!

Well, John from www. johnthornhillcoaching.com showed me a site which makes it very easy to capture screen shots and modify them to your liking. You can even “draw” in them to highlight important stuff.

It is not a free service, unfortunately, – you can use it for free for starters, but all of your screen shots will have “unregistered version” printed across them. It will set you back about $30USD, but if you are into Internet Marketing, that investment will prove to be well worth it.

Make Screen Shots – Gadwin Print Screen

My first professionally taken screen shot

 


This is my first professionally taken screen shot, just created. Not too bad, eh? I was a bit wobbly with my red pen, but this looks like it is going to be good fun…


Tags:

Category: Helpful Info, My Internet Marketing Progress

About the Author ()

Comments (6)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Lynne Ivatt says:

    Hi Petra

    I was in the same boat as you a few days ago. I found Jing it to is brilliant and FREE yipee! It is operated by techsmith who have the camtasia product.

    It is probably the easiest product I have ever come across to use.

    Also it does video as well, again very very easy!

    I did a post on my blog yesterday that is using jing for screen shots, see what you think.

    Good Luck
    Lynne

  2. This blog Is very informative , I am really pleased to post my comment on this blog . It helped me with ocean of knowledge so I really belive you will do much better in the future . Good job web master .

  3. Petra Weiss says:

    Thanks, Shortcuts! It is always nice to get good feedback, and also to get comments on posts!

  4. dave says:

    LOL I love the red squiggly line, there are many free image editing software out there that will make that oval line as straight as can be, such as GIMP :)
    .-= [email protected] pontoon boats´s last blog ..2008 Crest 22? Superfisherman, Yamaha 150 HP Pontoon Boat =-.

    • Petra Weiss says:

      Dave, that was my early days, I am actually using Jing now and am very happy with it. It does make straight lines!!! 😉

  5. Whats happening, I found this website by mistake when I was going via Bing after that I arrived to your web site. I require to say your site is interesting I truly like your theme! Today I don’t have the free of charge time at the current moment to fully appear via your sitebut I’ve bookmarked it. I will be back in a day or 2 . Thanks for a great website.

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge