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Task It | Volume Two

Task It | Volume Two

PicMonkey

Here is an example of face editing. I brighten my eyes and teeth. Put on a little more brush and mascara.

PicMonkey is a photo editing software that I have started using. Girl just can’t have enough options for photo editing. They have a free version and a few paid plans. The paid plans have features to photo editing faces.

I have found this to be a simple tool compared to photo editing in PhotoShop. PicMonkey also offers a number of tutorials to help with learning the software.

One thing that I really like about the desktop version, it allows me to use fonts saved on my computer. Which is perfect for my signature font Jenna Sue, that I purchased the license for.

I am just beginning to scratch the surface of this powerful tool. This will be a tool that I circle around on again in a future post.

Here is a link if you would like to take a look at PicMonkey. 


WordPress User?

Yesterday, WordPress release 4.7.4. This would be a good thing to get on the calendar to update. If you have your site auto update make sure to check that your site and plugins are functioning correctly. Here is a link if you would like to check out the release notes. 
Computer with WordPress Monthly MaintenanceIf you haven’t already downloaded my free Monthly Maintenance Checklist! We will also send you a reminder monthly to do the updates!


Resources on the web

Facebook Lead Ads

Would you like to know how to use Facebook Lead Ads? Hubspot created a great article, here is the link to check it out.

Need Photos?

Are you looking for awesome stock photos? Then you much check out Unsplash. They have free do whatever you want photos. Let me tell you they are beautiful. Here is an example Love this photo


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