Archive for the Visual Content Tools Category


Tuesday Tool Time: Find Images by Color

I just heard about an unusual royalty-free photo site that lets you search for images based on color. Unprofound.com is not fancy and doesn’t give much verbal information about how to use their site. But their FAQ page assures viewers that these photos can be used for pretty much any use – other than selling […]

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Tuesday Tool Time: New Templates for Prezi

I’ve always been bothered by Prezi’s marketing focus on “zooming.”  So what if Prezi zooms?  How does that make a presentation better? I’m happy to say their new marketing video (below) does a good job of starting to bring the focus back to the message of a presentation, not just the visual tricks that make […]

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Tuesday Tool Time: Go Viral on Slideshare.net

Are you using Slideshare.net in your content marketing?  Are you getting the most value you can from this site? Viral Waves on SlideShare from Ross Mayfield Slideshare.net was the first major site to focus on sharing slide presentations, as well as providing a social media platform around those slideshows. You’ll want to check out these […]

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Tuesday Tool Time – Everystockphoto.com

The questions I am asked most often are about finding photos to use in blog posts, presentations, e-books, and other content marketing and about which photos are free and legal to use. One of my favorite sites for finding royalty-free pictures to download is http://EveryStockPhoto.com You need to create a free account on this site.  You can search without an […]

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