(PRWEB) September 23, 2005
Whether you have a wedding to announce, a new baby in the family or a photogenic pet, the best way to keep these events in our memories is taking photos and create an album to store it. This will allow us the opportunity to remember such occasions whenever we desire. To add to the joys of such occassions, a US based company Stamps.com now lets you to turn these photographs into real U.S. postage! It is a fun and easy way to add a personal touch to everything you send in the mail! You can also give them as unforgettably unique gifts, or keep them and frame them so you and your family can treasure these PhotoStamps for years to come!
All you need to do to design a state-of-the-art, professional-looking postage is simply by uploading pictures from existing image files, digital photographs, and original graphics. An intuitive interface will allows you to rotate and zoom in and out of their images, as well as add colored borders to complement the image. Each individual PhotoStamp measures 1.9 inches in width and 1.4 inches in height, and the image area is 1.1 inches in width and 1.1 inches in height
PhotoStamps from Stamps.com are valid U.S. Postage, based on a technology called PC Postage. Stamps.com, the company behind PhotoStamps, has been a United States Postal Service approved provider of PC postage since 1999. After the successful market test during 2004 in which over
2.75 million PhotoStamps were sold in just 7 ½ weeks, PhotoStamps from Stamps.com returned in
May 2005 under authorization of the US Postal Service. In the first 6 weeks following the return of PhotoStamps in May 2005, an additional 1.4 million PhotoStamps have been sold. That is over 4 million letters, greeting cards, invitations and gifts that have already been made
more exciting by using PhotoStamps!.
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Apart from PhotoStamps, Stamps.com also provide a service that allows you to print official United States Postal Service postage directly from your PC and printer. You can use this service to print stamps. Print shipping labels. Print directly on envelopes to create professional looking mail. Approved by the USPS in 1999, Stamps.com is the leading provider of Internet-based postage solutions. Stamps.com was the first company to be approved by the U.S. Postal Service® to offer a software-only postage service that lets customers buy and print postage online. The company targets small businesses, small and home offices and individuals through partnerships with companies including Office Depot, Microsoft, NCR, CompUSA, Earthlink, HP, Dymo, Vendio and the U.S. Postal Service. Stamps.com is a publicly traded company on the NASDAQ under the symbol STMP. You can visit this site to find out more about this service: http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-1588997-10395272