Do you send out text newsletters, broadcasts, autoresponders, and articles and of course, you blog, right? You Tweet? You FB? If you don’t, you are not using the best ways available to promote yourself and your business.
Are you spending too much time counting characters to make sure you only have 140 characters for Twitter posts?
Do you copy and paste text directly from Word or other word processors right to your blog, only to find out later that you have some weird characters in your post? It’s embarrassing, isn’t it?
Are you making sure your blog posts look professional, without Word characters that are not translated correctly into the blog html?
You know that formatting for these publications can be tedious and time consuming. You also know that text email broadcasts should be 65 characters per line, right? And Twitter posts can only be 160 characters.
Have you ever sent out an email broadcast and one line was stretching way out beyond the rest of the text? Bet you wish you could have a “do over”.
Word Wrap Magic makes formatting newsletters, broadcasts, tweets and articles simple.
Recently I was told that if you are applying online for jobs and sending your resume copied from a Word document into a text box without first formatting it for the submission form, your resume may be getting thrown in the trash! Word Wrap Magic can fix the problem. Simply copy your Word resume document into the top box of Word Wrap Magic, go through the text and double space between paragraphs and bullets, set the line length to 65 and you have an acceptable document to submit.
You won’t want to be without it another day!
Word Wrap Magic is a simple to use software that you install on your computer, have a handy icon on your desktop and be able to format your Twitter posts, blog posts, articles, newsletters, broadcasts, and resumes to whatever character length you wish AND remove those invisible, unwanted Word characters. Here are just a few places where correct formatting is important.
Quickly formatting Twitter posts to 160 characters
Quickly making sure your blog posts are free of unwanted characters, line breaks and other html code that makes your posts look unprofessional
Formatting your newsletter text version for online article banks, such as Self-Growth and Article Manager
Submitting articles to Yahoo! Groups
Broadcasting messages to your list at 1shoppingcart
Submitting your resume in text format
Remove hard returns in a text document automatically!
Added feature you'll love! I'm sure you know about how slanted quotes and single quotes translate from Word to text emails, right? Something like this:
Sounds of Spring: Did you know that birds make two different types of songs? One â€˜songâ€™ is a warning sound. It is flat, sharp and insistent. The other is itâ€™s
Notice those strange characters I've bolded - those are quotes and single quotes translated incorrectly in a text newsletter. If you are not careful when creating and testing your text version of the newsletter, you might be sending this out.
Word Wrap Magic takes care of that problem for you! The program automatically makes all of the slanted quotes and single quotes into straight quotes - yes, one less thing for you to worry about!
Just enter your text in the top box, choose the characters per line you want, hit submit and you have it in the bottom box, ready for you to cut and paste into your document.