San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 26, 2008
Fotki Inc., the company behind the Fotki.com media social network where users share over a billion photos, videos, blogs and social links, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Fotki.com launched in 1998. Other major current photo sites launched later (Shutterfly and Ofoto, now Kodak Gallery -- in 1999, Snapfish -- in 2000, Photobucket -- in 2003, and Flickr -- 2004). Since then, millions of users all over the world (mainly, outside of the US), have used Fotki and have come to store media, meet friends and see and learn new and exciting things. All this time, Fotki has been leveraging the volume of its product orders (photo prints and other photo products, such as T-shirts, mugs, mousepads, etc.) to offer the lowest possible prices to its users -- for example, it was the first major photo site to introduce 9 cent everyday prints.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Fotki is offering significant discounts to its annual Premium membership plans (Premium membership, which comes with unlimited storage and ads-free experience, is optional) -- until the end of September 2008, Fotki membership is discounted:
3 year membership -- $60 ($20 a year)
2 year membership -- $45 ($22.50 a year)
1 year membership -- $25
Fotki is an international media social network owned and operated by Fotki Inc., a privately held company located in San Francisco but with users in 215 countries. Users are attracted by the site convenience, many advanced and easy-to-use features and ability to contact with those sharing their interests. Fotki provides unlimited photo storage, Google Maps integration, photo tagging and ability to save tagged links, as well as guest book and email. The cheapest prints in the industry (9 cents for 4" by 6" print) are available to any Fotki user. Created in 1998 as a hobby and a means to communicate with friends and relatives around the world, Fotki has gradually grown into a powerful media social network as well as a provider of b2b photo, video and social networking solutions for numerous companies in telecommunications, retail, travel, education and other industries.
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