I write quite a bit, and more often than not, I do it right into a WordPress blog.

Most people know that the extra time you take to use images in your blog posts improve the quality of your site overall, the matter what the image is.

Adding an image is normally a pain in the neck, but I just pasted this image below from a screen shot!

I use a screen capture program called Snaggit to get images easily, and Windows Vista / 7 has a built in screen capture, but I still have to go through the process of saving the image, then uploading the image in the middle of my post.

It only takes a minute or two, but that lost time can be a killer, and it’s always annoyed me that there was no way to simply paste images right into a post, but there is.


When you add images, a post formats better, it’s easier on the eyes, it adds credibility, and frankly, it doesn’t look like crap.

It’s a pretty cool tool, and I’m pretty sure that it’s going to become indispensable for me, and anyone that works for me, on any computer they use.

It’s free for the first 50 uses, and only $29.95 after that, and it’s called “Picture Paster

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Scott Hendison was a Portland Oregon computer store retailer that built a successful on-site computer repair business through Pay Per click and organic search engine optimization. Searching for “Internet consultant” or “search engine expert” today on nearly any search engine will find Scott Hendison on the front page, usually near the top of the results, with over 10 million competing web pages in this competitive field.

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