16
Jun
07

Why YOU should get a FLICKR pro account now

Flickr is a photo sharing website and online community where users share personal photographs. Flickr has become popular because of its online commnity which allows photos to be tagged, browsed and commented on by other users.

A basic account is free  but it limits you to 200 photos total so if you don’t have an account already register for one and then upgrade if you have an account You should upgrade to a PRO account NOW and this is why…

  • No storage limit:  you can upload as many pictures as you want; all you have to do is abide the monthly 2 GB bandwidth limit.
  • You can edit photo titles, tags and create photo sets for viewing.
  • Interaction: visitors can comment on your photos, make notes within the pictures and watch photo sets as a slideshow.
  • Visitors can subscribe to a RSS feed with your 20 latest pictures, great for upcomming photographers.
  • Your images will be resized for viewing on the web site, but you always have a safe and permanent backup of your original images.
  • It’s cheap: $24.95 per year is practically no money at all for all the functionality and storage you get.
  • The Organizer is overall a very competent tool for working with your images.
  • It’s a very well used photo service if you want to get your pictures noticed by others.
  • There are countless of third-party tools and software to work with your pictures.

Join and upgrade today, what are you waiting for?

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2 Responses to “Why YOU should get a FLICKR pro account now”


  1. 1 censored flickr-user
    16, June, 2007 at 3:39 pm

    Why should you get a flickr pro account now that flickr has introduced censorship?

  2. 2 moe
    18, June, 2007 at 5:26 pm

    i love flickr and have been a user since the alpha. I’ve bought pro memberships as gifts. But not any more, not since the censorship issue. I wish it were easy to download all my sets and keywords and everything and move them somewhere else. I feel stuck now.


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