Our Photo Prints, Pure Photo Albums and Photo Poster's are all printed on Fuji Archival Quality Photo Paper - which makes the quality un-matched, in addition he went on to say: Our philosophy is to offer customers Innovative services, Outstanding Quality and Sensational Service at Affordable Prices!
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 1, 2008
Photofun the World's fastest growing on-line photo-service (which launched in the U.S. in March 2008), announces it has partnered with Totsites.com, America's premier on-line web-site service for new parents; so that Totsites members can create and order thier own photo products using their own digital photos.
Totsites added Photofun's photo-service at the end of May, just two weeks before father's day and saw brisk sales of photo prints and photo albums during those first weeks as many 'Moms' made a very special photo gift for the new father of the family.
Brian Vannoy, President Totsites.com said, "We had been looking at integrating a photo-service into our website and when we saw Photofun's site (and their photo-products) we knew we had finally found the right partner!"
Vannoy went on to say: We wanted to offer great photo products to our members (and their families) so they could not only share the joy of their baby with their family's online, but could create lasting quality memories of this special time also.
Photofun.com is the first on-line photo-service to offer 5-Cent Photo Prints. Terry Rayner, President of the U.S. division stated, "Our Photo Prints, Pure Photo Albums and Photo Poster's are all printed on Fuji Archival Quality Photo Paper - which makes the quality un-matched, in addition he went on to say: Our philosophy is to offer customers Innovative services, Outstanding Quality and Sensational Service at Affordable Prices!"
Totsites is the first US Company to partner with Photofun.com; however, Rayner hinted that there are several other companies (including some well-known names) that are poised to become Photofun partners later this year.
To create the Totsites photo-service, Photofun took their software, colorized it and added the Totsites logo so that Totsites customers would have a seamless transition between the Totsites web-applications and the new photo-service. Photofun is also developing an uploader tool, so that in the near future Totsites members will be able to upload their photos to both sites in one action - low and high resolution at the same time.
Brian Vannoy finished up our meeting by saying that he has been very impressed with the Photofun's management team during the integration of this new service, and that Totsites' customers have been very pleased with the quality of the photo-products they have been receiving. He expects the photo-service to be a huge part of his site (and revenues) as Totsite members become more and more aware of all of the photo products available.