I can’t make these things up, folks. I honestly feel that if someone really wants to do business with you, they’ll at least do more than 3 seconds of research and get your product’s name correct. It should be easy to figure out that the product hosted at http://www.getpaint.net/ is called Paint.NET, and not "Get Paint." The logo is only emblazoned at the top of every page…


Our company, Firstlook, is currently seeking partners to distribute our latest software product, SearchInOneStep.com.

With 10 million active users of search software and a stellar record in the search industry, we feel we would be a great match with Get Paint.

Get Paint attracts a large number of downloads, with which our software could be easily bundled during install to provide an alternate steady source of risk free revenue  which goes directly to your bottom line.

We offer our bundling partners the option to be paid per download and would be open to any volume of downloads that your company could provide.

Please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience if you are interested in monetizing your downloads with Search in One step.  I look forward to discussing this matter with you further.

Thank you,


Well, Sanjay, my product is not called "Get Paint". I went to the website and tried the "search in one step" and it’s garbage. All it does is syndicate a bunch of ads. There aren’t even any search results! So I told Sanjay that I would not be doing business with him.

As for everyone else, if you want a good search engine for Paint.NET stuff, might I recommend http://searchpaint.net instead? πŸ™‚