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10 questions for a founder : Olapic

{{unknown}}Not many companies are able to successfully monetize the visual web yet. Many ideas, but not many cash flow positive results. With its Visual Commerce, Olapic is part of those few that have seen their growth match the excitement around photography, especially in the e-commerce space.  We caught up with…

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New trend alert : The Brand photo app

{{unknown}}A new trend is starting the emerge in the photo tech space : brand photo apps. In an effort to capitalize on the photography craze infecting all smartphone users, more and more brands are creating their own photo app. Having a strong visual presence on hip photo platforms like Instagram,…

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A brand’s guide to the photo tech

The visual web is here. People discover, share  and buy based on what they see online. Photo are fast becoming the number one way people connect with brands. An evolution smart companies like Nike and Red Bull have fast understood, pouring millions into photography. But thanks to a variety of…

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Photo by Chalky Lives : https://www.flickr.com/photos/traitlinburke/

10 Questions for a founder : One Degree

Photo sharing apps are dime a dozen with new ones being offered everyday. They are built on the premise that every photo taken and shared should have an audience, which is not often the case. In fact, we are being forced fed photos from our friends and relatives with few…

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photo by Kārlis Dambrāns https://www.flickr.com/photos/janitors/

Can Google + Photo become the Instagram killer ?

:O By announcing the separation of Google photo from the Google plus social media platform, the  giant search  company has clearly announced  its intention to intensify the battle for domination of the online photo space. And for a good reason: Photos are the number one activity on smart phones, second on…

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is Flickr serious ?

Flickr’s recent announcement that it will offer licensing tools to its user base should come as no surprise to the readers to Kaptur. We predicted such a move a while back. At a time when more and more photo tech companies are putting their content for licensing,  from 500px to EyeEm…

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