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Web Clicks: Canon’s “Never Again” Ads Push the Importance of the...

We’ve been pushing the joy (and importance) of printing images for years now, and quite frankly, we’ve always found it a bit odd that...

Web Clicks: Retailers Can Finally Monetize Instagram “Likes”

Trying to monetize Instagram as a retailer is no easy task. Turning to those who follow you on the Facebook-owned site, however, may be...

Web Clicks: Taking a Closer Look at Apple Pay

Not unlike so many other things launched by Apple over the years, Apple Pay has certainly stolen its share of headlines, both favorable and...

Web Clicks: From Completely Connected to Totally Disconnected

Have we all become so completely connected that we have actually become completely disconnected?As we welcome in 2015, it’s an interesting question to ponder,...

Web Clicks: Around the Web in 80 Clicks

We know you’re undoubtedly busy, running an imaging retail business, attending trade shows and, of course, reading the latest copy of Digital Imaging Reporter....

Web Clicks: Is Print in the Mix for Younger Consumers?

For a demographic that was essentially given up on by the photo industry years ago as one that was “never going to be interested...

Web Clicks: The Cloud as a Product You Can Sell

I’m waiting for my son to ask me, “Daddy, what are clouds made of?” just so I can answer, “Everyone’s photos, videos, music files...

onOne Software Launches onOne Labs Blog

Portland, OR—onOne Software, Inc., a developer and provider of photo effects and software tools for pros to casual snapshooters, launched onOne Labs, a blog...

Web Clicks: Mobile Marketing—Moving Up the Retail Priority Chain

With advertising and marketing becoming so fragmented today between print, social media, web, mobile, etc., finding the right mix has become a complicated equation...

Web Clicks: Consumers Now Pinned to Pinterest

Okay, so you’ve certainly heard all about Pinterest by now, the two-year-old digital corkboard where users have been “pinning” images and videos they find...