Kodak and Photobucket Team Up to Make Photo Sharing Even Better

Kodak PhotobucketEMERYVILLE, CALIF. and SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., Mar. 4 — Kodak and Photobucket today announced an agreement that empowers Photobucket’s millions of users to turn images from their Photobucket account into tangible stories using KODAK Gallery products. The alliance is intended to extend the Kodak brand to new audiences through Photobucket and the Fox Interactive Media network of media properties and to help Photobucket further monetize the photo sharing behavior of their users and the billions of images stored on their site.

Available immediately, Photobucket users can easily express their creativity and give their pictures new life by creating personalized photo gifts and prints using KODAK Gallery products. They can select from a collection of photo merchandise, including prints and posters, photo mugs, t-shirts, playing cards, coasters, mouse pads and puzzles. This agreement will help Photobucket’s 42 million unique monthly users* do more with their photos by offering them a suite of new and exciting products and print choices.

Kodak and Photobucket Press Release

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One Response to “Kodak and Photobucket Team Up to Make Photo Sharing Even Better”

  1. Jason Says:

    The marriage made in a technology heaven of the old and the new. Kodak the company that brought all of us the ability to take pictures ourselves, and Photobucket the company that is developed and devoted to helping people share those images. A wise move for Photobucket following the lead of other popular services such as Flickr that utilize the resources of Yahoo.

    The strong survive in cyberspace where there are often 50 versions of free services doing the same thing.

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