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Social Networking for Success: Growing Your Business with YouTube

With the proliferation of video built into imaging devices these days, it’s hard to imagine a business in this industry that’s not using YouTube...

Social Networking for Success: Facebook

When we talk about social media, we need to talk about creating not just a great sales and marketing tool but also a photo...

AnchorFree Picaboo App: Secure Photo Exchange

Menlo Park, CA—A leader in consumer security, privacy and also Internet freedom, AnchorFree announced Picaboo. The free, secure and private photo-sharing app for Android...

SanDisk iXpand Flash Drives for iPhones & iPads

Milpitas, CA—SanDisk Corporation launched the next-generation iXpand flash drive, a mobile storage device designed to help people quickly free up space on their iPhone...

Social Photo Sharing Sees Continued Growth: InfoTrends

Weymouth, MA—While usage rates of social networking sites increased considerably between 2010 and 2011, behaviors began to stabilize in 2012, according to a recent...

Unlimited Access: Photo Kiosks Are the Ultimate Photo Connection

The digital revolution launched an exciting new era in communicating through pictures. In decades past, it was pro photographers and shutterbugs who were responsible...

Web Clicks: Social Networks and the Image

What Are People Doing with Facebook Photos? Pixable—makers of the Photofeed app, among other photo software programs—has just released a survey of consumers’...

What’s Working in . . . New York, NY

I’m a freelance writer who works from home, so I spend a good portion my day involved in some sort of Internet-related activity....

It’s Always Been a “Social” Activity

Over the past couple of years, the photo imaging industry has watched the explosion of social networking with anguish: nobody prints, and printing is...

Are We Losing Output Business or Just Watching It Leave?

Consumers are developing new imaging habits today, many of which are being driven by social networking. This new paradigm appears to be confounding many...