MailPix Cited by CNET for Easy Online Photo Ordering

MailPix Cited by CNET for Easy Online Photo Ordering

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Huntington Beach, CA—A recent CNET roundup listed MailPix as a leader in easy online photo ordering. In a roundup of eight leading online photo service providers, writer Shelby Brown singled out MailPix for Best for Fast Checkout. MailPix is a photo printing and photo product gifting website.

Easy Online Photo Ordering

“There are dozens of top-shelf photo sites on the market,” said Fred H. Lerner, founder and CEO, MailPix. “It is a testament to our team’s continuous improvement that our small start-up was ranked among the biggest in the country. Ease of use as well as value are key to MailPix’s ongoing success.”

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MailPix Photo Puzzle

“If you are not keen on making an account and getting a slew of e-mails from a company, MailPix might be the way to go,” wrote Brown. “You can make a photo book as a guest, no account needed.”

In addition, MailPix’s wide selection of photo book page layouts, themes and designs, as well as its checkout process impressed Brown. “MailPix updates your price total as you go along; so you are not caught off-guard by the final price at checkout,” he added.

MailPix.com

MailPix.com is a site for ordering printed photos instantly at thousands of retailers from phone app or PC. It also offers convenient mail-to-home. What’s more, the company enables consumers to preserve photo memories as photo books, canvas prints, cards, enlargements and other photo gift products.

Fred H. Lerner is the founder and CEO of MailPix. He previously founded Ritz Interactive, which included RitzCamera.com as well as WolfCamera.com. In addition, Kodak acquited two imaging companies founded by Lerner. Subsequently, he was and named the CEO of Kodak Processing Labs.

Peter Tahmin, cofounder and COO of MailPix, was the former vice president at Ritz Camera & Image. He was also the cofounder, senior vice president and COO of the Ritz Interactive e-commerce network. That network included RitzCamera.com, WolfCamera.com, BoatersWorld.com and others.

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