Google wants them, Amazon wants them, Twitter, Facebook, DropBox, Evernote , Yahoo wants them. Everyone on the internet, it seems, wants your photos. And for good reasons: • Photos are what makes you come back over and over to a site/app. Not only your images but those of your friends,
A new study by SimplyMeasured released this week show some impressive growth numbers for brands on Instagram. The growth of the top 10 brands on Instagram is nothing short of impressive: Companies like Louis Vuitton have grown 401% from May 2013 to May 2014, currently reaching more than 1,7 million
Let’s face it. Photos are dumb. Without context they don’t reveal much. While they can be really good at evoking emotions, they are really bad at explaining their content. In fact, without a viewer, an image explains nothing. Let me explain. When confronted with a photograph, we are only able to
It didn’t last long. Less than a week after Dropbox and Twitter announced new photo oriented features, the other major players responded. Loud and clear. Google bets on Email First Google. Today, it announced a tighter integration of its very popular Gmail with it’s photo backup solution Google Photo album.
Let’s face it. The next successful photo tech company will be mobile first and mobile only. The key mistake most photo tech companies are currently making is trying to monetize on the laptop web. Besides traditional media, this is no longer the place where people consume images. They want to take,
How brands use photography on social media should be an indication on how to monetize photography on social media. By now, most of them are fully aware that having a presence on social media is an absolute must. Minimum, the big three, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Since the buzz recently