You’re now living in a world where you can put down the notebook and actually jot down your notes in Microsoft Word. But did you ever think that you could actually clip things from the web and plop them into an interface that replicates the content exactly like you found it?
Perhaps you’d like a version of OneNote that doesn’t have the exorbitant price attached to it, but still has the same functions. There are many different ways of replicating notes and content freely, depending on what you’d like to do with it. Each of the services we’re about to discuss brings its own contribution onto the table. Because of this, you might find it difficult to know where to begin!
Here is a list of services and applications that can let you clip your own notes and share them:
- Evernote – This is a software platform that allows you to select a piece of web content and directly clip it onto the interface, effectively replicating that piece of content inside a separate area. After that, you can choose to save and share it with other devices you own. This interface works best if you’re doing some light note-taking on a static website without any Flash content. It can capture the text, formatting, and images on the webpage you just clipped perfectly.
- Clipboard – The people who made Clipboard made a web content distribution channel that looks like Pinterest, but also functions a lot like Evernote. You can share and publicize any content that you clip from web, allowing you to gather the interests of your followers. Added to this, Clipboard also lets you capture virtually any type of content from a website, including Flash and videos. This puts it ahead of Evernote in at least this aspect.
If you haven’t heard of Pitnerest yet, by the way, you should start thinking about it especially if you think you can use rich media to benefit your business. Interest from people at Pinterest can help spark up your sales if you post good high-definition images of a very eye-catching product you sell. That’s just food for thought, but take some time to see if it can work for you.
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