“It’s not surprising that the winners this week are some of the many flickr users who have printed with QOOP for years.”
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 20, 2010
QOOP, a leading social commerce community has its fourth set of weekly winners for its free 2011 Photo Contest for Calendars. The 2011 Photo Contest for Calendars offers photographers and artists the opportunity to design and submit new calendars for the weekly contest through the end of January, 2011. QOOP will showcase the submissions and top finalist on their QOOP Photo Contest Blog, then the editorial committee with choose a different winner and honorable mentions to receive free calendars for each week.
For the week ending Oct 17th, 2010, Annkatrin Rose wins the competition with her magnificent, Floral Symphony 2011 calendar. Honorable mentions go to: Alan Diaz for his, Alan’s Tractors 2011 calendar; Groovy Art by Groovyal calendar; Walter Szymanski’s World of Bugs 2011 calendar. The winner will receive ten free copies of her calendar and the honorable mentions will each receive five free copies of their calendars. The winning calendars can be seen at http://qoopphotocontest.wordpress.com/ along with the other notable submissions and calendar purchasing can be done directly online through http://qoop.com.
Mike Richardson, QOOP’s Community Organizer, and creator of the new structure to the free 2011 Photo Contest for Calendars, said, “It’s not surprising that the winners this week are some of the many flickr users who have printed with QOOP for years.” Rose, the winner this week said of QOOP, “I found out about QOOP on Flickr when looking for a place to print calendars last year as Christmas presents for the family. They were a big hit, so when the calendar contest was announced I thought it would be fun to do it again and make a whole variety this time!” Alan Diaz, an amateur digital photographer from Connecticut, who entered his Alan’s Tractors calendar said, “I've been doing digital photography since the inception of digital cameras in the late 1990's. I discovered QOOP back when it was an option on Flickr, where I post my photos. I've done a calendar every year as gifts.”
New entrants for the ongoing free contest can upload their images directly to QOOP or import from flickr, then create their calendars at QOOP.com. Photographers and artist will find a simple calendar creator interface at QOOP with editorial control over each page. After the creation process, simply save the listing to myQOOP and fill out the listing with titles, tags, description, and set your royalty. QOOP offers a simple online video to show photographers and artist how easy it is to create calendars and listings.
QOOP is a free social commerce community for artists, authors, photographers, designers, stock image libraries, publishers, and document libraries. QOOP’s site includes a community galleria and tools to set up and share online storefronts anywhere on the web. The amplified distribution of stores and listings allows the social network to act at the traffic engine to drive greater marketing awareness and sales to store listings on QOOP. On demand product sales include ebooks, stock image downloads, photo prints, framed prints, greeting cards, postcards, business cards, photo mugs, photo gifts, photo books, mini photo books, hardback books, paperback books, wire-o reports, and more. For more information visit http://www.qoop.com. QOOP offices are in Mill Valley, California.
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