Where can I find your logo files or product shots?

Where can I find your logo files or product shots?

Looking for our company assets?

You can find our logo files and product shots on our media assets page. We update this page regularly.

How can I use these files?

You may publish these assets on your blog or in resource materials. You can also use these images in your published materials with the simple attribution, "ScreenPal".
If you are publishing on a blog, please don't forget to link to our website! 

Still have questions?

If you don't see what you are looking for, or have specific questions, please email marketing@screenpal.com.

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