Product Review: Finders Key Purse – Puppy Dog Keychain

Shana Clagg, independent rep for Finders Key Purse, was wonderful to work with. She was very personal, and made sure my package got to me. The keychain did in fact arrive safe and sound in a padded envelop.

The style I was able to preview was the dalmatian puppy. He’s very cute – has a red collar and heart shapped tag. Instructions inside the envelope made it easy to use this keychane right away, and he looks adorable hanging on the side of my purse.

Finders Key Purse doesn’t offer “just keychains”, but rather a unique way to keep track of your keys. You attach it to your key ring, and then rest the hook on the purse’s edge. A stylish way to save time digging for keys!

Finders Key Purse come in many different styles – everything from retro to pets to sports. You are sure to find one that fits your unique style. In addition to the cute and functional keychains, Finders Key also offers designer keys to go along with your keychain. Makes it very easy to find your most used keys in an instant because of the special colors and designs.

This site is definitely unique, and offers a great way to save you time!

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Mac Tips and Tricks – Getting the Most from the Finder

If you use a Mac, you probably use the Finder every day. These tips help you work faster with the Finder, so you can find files in record time.

Find the View for You

The Finder in Mac OS X Tiger sports three ways to view your files: as icons, as a list, and as columns. To flip between them, choose View > As Icons, View > As List, or View > As Columns. You can quickly flip by pressing Command-1, 2, or 3.

The default Icons view (Command-1) is the easiest to understand. This view shows the contents of a single folder, with each file or sub-folder shown as a single, large icon. To open a file or folder, double-click it.

The powerful List view (Command-2) is great for viewing lots of items at once, and for sorting items in a particular order. Click the arrow to the left of a folder to view the contents of that folder in the same window. To sort all files and folders by a particular column, click that column’s heading at the top of the window. Click it again to reverse the order. You can also reorder columns by dragging a column’s heading left and right, and resize columns by clicking between two headings and dragging. To add and remove columns, choose View > Show View Options, and toggle the options under “Show columns”.

The Columns view (Command-3) lets you quickly navigate up and down your folder tree. Click an icon in the sidebar, such as “Macintosh HD”, and you’ll see the contents of that item in the first column to the right. Click a folder in that column to display its contents in the next column along, and so on. This is a really quick way to browse your folders. To resize a column, drag the handle at the bottom of a column divider left or right. To resize all columns at once, Option-drag a handle.

Finally, if you’re lucky enough to use Leopard, you can switch to Cover Flow view (Command-4) to browse your files much like you browse albums in iTunes.

Preview Images in the Finder

By default, the Icons view shows photos and other images as generic icons, but you can change it to show thumbnail previews of images. To do this, choose View > Show View Options and check “Show icon preview”. Use the “Icon size” slider near the top of the dialog to make the thumbnails bigger or smaller.

To preview an image in the Finder, switch to Columns view (Command-3) and click an image in a column. A preview appears in the column to the right. If you’re running Leopard then you can also hit the Spacebar to preview the currently selected image(s) using the handy Quick Look feature.

Work Quickly with Keyboard Shortcuts

You can work with your files quickly via the keyboard. Here are some handy keys to know:

  • Move around items in the current folder: arrow keys
  • Select multiple items: Shift-arrow keys
  • Find an item in the current folder: type the first few letters of its name
  • Move up a folder: Command-Up arrow
  • Return to the previously viewed folder: Command+[ (square bracket)
  • Go forward to a more recently viewed folder: Command+]
  • Open a selected item: Command-O (the letter ‘O’)
  • Rename a selected item: Enter
  • Move a selected item to the Trash: Command-Delete (the big “Delete” key)
  • Create a copy of an item: Command-D
  • Create a new folder: Command-Shift-N
  • Open a new Finder window: Command-N

You can also jump to the items in the sidebar with a variety of shortcuts; view these under the Go menu.

With these three techniques – switching views, image previewing, and keyboard shortcuts – you can find your Mac files more easily. Happy Finding!

How Does Micro Niche Finder Work?

If you have your own website and are keen to direct strong volumes of traffic to your site, Micro Niche Finder claims to be the perfect tool for you. Allowing you to comprehensively research anything to to do with keywords, keyword strings and fields, you could get a step ahead of your competition in the market and hopefully increase the number of customers.

Micro Niche Finder is essentially a piece of software allowing you to search on key words and phrases, and return a host of results of key words that will allow you to target the marketing of your site in a more structured, methodical and success orientated way.

Having been around for some time, Micro Niche Finder has built up a strong reputation and has strong testimonials and reviews out there backing up the claims for success. Downloadable to your desktop, it is a quick and convenient way to start building your site. With an excellent guide, complete with tips and suggestions, as well as possible pitfalls you could fall into, it provides a complete package to help you on your way to success.

Whilst allowing for broad searches, the real key to the success and longevity of this tool is, as its name suggests, is the niche search, allowing for structured and random searches to be performed to target possible sectors in the market yet to be exploited.

Simple and easy to use, with a very appealing and user-friendly interface, upon running the tool, you just enter the word or phrase you wish to target. Results will be returned that are then ranked according to their effectiveness. Listed in a simple to understand traffic light display, those with the best probable results will be flagged green, those requiring a little more work will be orange, and those that are unlikely to yield any immediate success will be highlighted red.

Prior to the launch of Micro Niche Finder, it was generally regarded to approach niche’s in the market where you had some previous experience, be it online or in real world scenarios. Since this provision has been accessible to all however, that isn’t always necessary and, with a little research and work you can reasonably expect to get some more than impressive results.

Other features in the package allow you to drill further down into the results, that will allow to you look at how your competition is performing, to find relevant content to post and a search facility to link up to any appropriate affiliate products. Another superb feature is the domain search facility, allowing you to register that traffic winning domain name. After all location, location, location is just as relevant a mantra to eCommerce traffic as it is in real estate.

Whether you are an experienced marketeer, or just starting out on your venture, the Micro Niche Finder is an ideal tool that, whilst not guaranteeing you success, is certainly a guaranteed way of making those huge profits more of a reality.