How To Create A Reflection Of An Image

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Have you ever wanted to create a reflection of an image? I have but it was all too hard. I found out you could do it with Photoshop but there was so many steps involved in the couple of videos I looked at I just couldn’t be bothered. Besides, not everyone has or can afford Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop & Premiere Elements 13 will set you back over $133! Not so the Logo Creator which is what I used for this tutorial and to create the image above.

How To Create A Reflection Of An Image Tutorial

I was wondering whether or not this could be done with the Logo Creator when the guy who made the software posted a tutorial on how to create reflections with it. I simply adapted it so I could create a reflection of an image.

As you can see from the tutorial it was really a very simple process to create a reflection of an image using the Logo Creator.

Considering how cheap the software is it would make the perfect addition to every serious online marketer. Check out my post on Investing In Your Business to see some of the great specials on offer for the Logo Creator.

You can see the actual header I created in the tutorial on the special page I created for Fortuna my Lady Luck Of Sports! Speaking of which I love the way Flexsqueeze allows me to have different headers for different pages. Come to think of it, I actually made a video tutorial oh How You Can Have A Different Header For Every Page Of Your Blog.

A special thanks goes to Brian Hawkins of Hot Blog Tips for being the first to comment on and share the How To Make A Reflection of an Image video. Brian has actually written a really cool post on a Free Table Of Contents Plugin. This is for those of you who write really long posts.

I hope you liked the tutorial on how to create a reflection of an image. Have you ever wanted to be able to create a reflection of an image?

 

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Update on One Click Video Ranker

A while back I wrote a post about a new plugin I’m trialling on my Online Sports Betting site. That post was called How To Get Google To Send You More Traffic. That plugin is the One Click Video Ranker plugin. The reason I bought the plugin was because it was supposed to generate all this extra traffic. Apparently I didn’t even have to write any extra posts either. I just had to have videos existing within my posts and the One Click Video Ranker would do the rest.

Make 10 times your investment back within 60 days, or get a full refund. No questions asked.

Why am I making this offer? Because I know you will LOVE it, and come back for more. You can be downloading the plugin and bonuses in less than 30 seconds from now.

I wrote that post on July 9th so it’s only been about 6 weeks. So far there hasn’t been much of a traffic increase. The One Click Video Ranker has brought a few visits but it certainly hasn’t created any revenue. I didn’t think it would though. Bring any revenue I mean. I always thought that was a silly promise to make because even if it increased the traffic tenfold there’s absolutely no way that would increase your revenue by that amount.

I’m not at all fussed about the revenue side of it though. Like I said I never believed that the statement would prove to be true. I believe I mentioned in that post that even if I didn’t “Make 10 times your investment back within 60 days” I wasn’t going to ask for my money back because I liked what the One Click Video Ranker provided for me. A greater SEO ability to improve my sites ranking. I also discovered something else about the One Click Video Ranker.

We all know how Google dislikes broken links. I think its safe to say that your visitors detest broken links even more because they don’t like being directed to sites that no longer exist. I believe the same to be true when it comes to videos. How many videos do you have on your blog that no longer exist or work? How would you know without physically checking every post that had a video in it?

One Click Video Ranker Finds Broken Video

Yep, and I don’t even think that the developer knows the One Click Video Ranker has that added feature. If he does I don’t think he’s promoting it. I only discovered it today when I was checking the Sports Betting Video Sitemap.

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The above screen capture shows there seems to be a problem with two of my videos. After checking the first video got this error message.

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The second video simply said This video does not exist! Because of the 1-click Video ranker plugin I was able to easily find those nasty ‘broken video’ so I could resolve what could have been an annoying problem for my readers.

 

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GetResponse Review

Before I get to my GetResponse review I have a few things I need to say. Last week I notified my subscribers that I would no longer be using MailChimp as my auto-responder of choice. I also included a link within the email for those who wanted to remain as one of my subscribers. A lot did but most didn’t. Not surprising when you consider that most subscribers never open an email. I suppose thats one of the reasons why they say you need a huge list to make money.

I could have imported all their names into GetResponse but that’s not how I roll.  :smoke_tb: I only want subscribers who want to be subscribed to me and maybe they won’t want to be because I’ve changed auto-responders. That may be stupid of me but I want to give them a choice. Now on to the GetResponse review.

GetResponse Review My New Auto-Responder

I’ve gone for the basic package which is $15 per month for 1000 subscribers. You may well ask why I’ve gone to GetRespone when MailChimp offers 1000 subscribers for free? Honestly, the main reason is because I finally decided to place my Quality Header Package with JVZoo. In order to do that I had to choose one of their auto-responders and I went with GetResponse.

 GetResponse Review Ease Of Use: When joining an auto-responder you want to join one Read the rest of this entry

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