All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Photobucket’

Reddit Helped Make Imgur Into a Big Deal

By now, you’ve heard about Facebook having the largest photo library on the web, or at least, you’ve seen the graphic, but have you heard how powerful and viable Reddit has made the Imgur.com image hosting site? If not, you might be surprised by how large Imgur has grown. While Imgur is not quite as big as Flickr, at least …

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Photobucket CEO: Mobile Photo Tweets Will Scale Rapidly in Coming Months

Photobucket, which powers Twitter’s new photo uploading feature, released some survey results this week looking at mobile photo and video uploading trends. Though the Photobucket-powered Twitter feature is only available on Twitter.com at this point (as opposed to the mobile apps), Photobucket CEO Tom Munro thinks Twitter will be a major factor in the future. “With Twitter releasing their developer …

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Look out Flickr – Photobucket Is Making a Comeback

Remember photo sharing website Photobucket? The service slid off the radar for a few years, but according to company CEO Tom Munro, it’s back and ready to compete.

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The State of Twitter Photo Sharing

The big news hit yesterday that Twitter will be rolling out its own native image service, powered by PhotoBucket. Users will be able to upload photos and attach them directly to tweets without using one of the many third-party applications that have performed this service for some time now. Twitter is all about a formal and uniform experience. Earlier this …

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Unlimited Photo Storage From Photobucket, Snapbucket App launched

Photobucket announced today that it is now offering unlimited photo storage. Photobucket supports iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows 7 (in addition to the mobile web), but the company tells WebProNews Android is currently its biggest platform. According to the company, mobile uploads have increased over 600% over the last year with users uploading more than 20 million photos and videos …

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Photobucket Opens Up To More Sites

Photo and video sharing Web site, Photobucket has introduced new features that expands the way users share their content on multiple Web sites.

The site has launched a feature that allows users to simultaneously share content with social networking and blogging sites. Users can now distribute photos, videos and slideshows to social media sites including Facebook, MySpace, BlackPlanet, Bebo, Blogger and others.

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MySpace Parent Company Laying Off 100 Jobs

myspacelogoIn a move that won’t surprise as many people as it would have this time last year, Fox Interactive Media has announced it will be cutting its workforce by as many as 100 jobs. Fox is the parent company of social network site MySpace as well as Photobucket and various mobile sites.

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Photobucket Introduces New Features

Online photo and video sharing site, Photobucket has added new features to make it easier for users to organize and personalize their photo and video collections.

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Photobucket Investment – Is There a Scandal There?

PhotobucketThe Wall Street Journal posted a story today about investors Jeff Horing and Jerry Murdock from the firm Insight Venture Partners. It talks about how they went behind the backs of limited partners and personally invested in Photobucket back before News Corp. bought it and it really took off. The story seems to suggest some financial foul play, but not everybody views it this way.

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Ask Grabs Space On Photobucket

A bright spot for Ask.com emerged with news of a partnership with image sharing service Photobucket.

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Sharing Your MySpace Profile

PROFILE SHARING VIA YAHOO, TWITTER & MORE

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Photobucket Reverses Its Position On Censoring Diapered Babies

Photo sharing site Photobucket recently had a diaper photo contest that was sponsored by Good Mama Diapers that allowed users to submit photos of their babies wearing diapers.

The contest had been running for about 10 weeks when Jessica Thornton of Good Mama Diapers noticed that the hundreds of pictures that had been submitted to Photobucket had mysteriously disappeared.

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