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PearlMountain Image Converter Giveaway!

Recently I was given the chance to review PearlMountain Image Converter. As a blogger almost every post includes a picture so needless to say I have many of them laying around. Unfortunately like any other pictures you don't always have the exact picture you crave. Whether the color is just not right, the size, the format, lets face it so many things can go wrong when it comes pictures and that moment doesn't always happen again. With this software I have been able to adjust colors and size, add watermarks, and much more. What I liked best about this is you can do batch processing, so I was able to add watermarks to many pictures all at once! What a time saver....well it gets even better :O) the makers of this great program have offered up 20 yes 20 programs for me to offer to my fans! It is simple as can be just make sure you follow me on GFC <-----click there to make sure you follow then in a comment leave me the name you follow under and your email. This will be a quick giveaway I must close it at 12:00 noon Central Time on 5/12/2012.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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Following you :)
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Thank you!
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Ok I got everyone sent out to here ;O) thank for following
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