How and Where do You Post Your Digital Photos Online?

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I’ve mentioned many times as a wonderful tool to keep your friends up-to-date with what you’re doing. The last thing you want to do is update your status on several networks. Instead, you can use to update them all at once. That’s fine for text status updates, but what about photos? What happens when you need to upload one photo to multiple places? Why not use Pixelpipe. Simply create a login, and add your pipes.

Liberate your media with Pixelpipe and get your content out to your favorite social network, photo/video and blog service. We support popular destinations and provide a number of applications to free your media from your desktop and mobile.

Why choose one when you can send your media through Pixelpipe and have it delivered to so many at the same time? Just continue to create your free account and join the liberation.

I have added 37 different destinations that I have loaded now, all places where I might upload photos. I can’t even believe I have that many! I took a picture with my iPhone, and then used Pixelpipe to upload it to all of those sites that I chose. As I upload, I can caption/title the photo if I want, as well. You can also set a list of default keywords, and/or add others as needed. Within a matter of seconds, my image was pushed out to Pixelpipe and then thrown onto my accounts all all of those sites I have set.

How cool is that? I mean, seriously. I upload photos all the time, sometimes several a day. And invariably, I always need to put them in many more than just one place. This makes it so much easier. If I were to read all the sites my photo was sent to, it would take me longer than what it did for Pixelpipe to sneeze it out to them. For free, it’s doing a better job than any other service like it I’ve seen. I will continue to add other photo services through Pixelpipe, and hopefully they’ll continue to improve and upgrade their service.


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5 thoughts on “How and Where do You Post Your Digital Photos Online?”

  1. i have been rocking the pixelpipe and i have to agree, it’s pretty dope. all about it, it really gets your pics out there on blast in one application.
    i dig it

  2. Why do you have to be EVERYWHERE?

    If someone is truly your friend, and someone that you truly care about, there are really only a couple of services that you need to sign up for.

    Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, and Flickr are musts. I find using the “instant status notification services” (Twitter and FriendFeed, ect..) to be ridiculous. Why does a friend have to know whenever you do something.

    I signed up for and thought it was great for a couple of days but the majority of my REAL friends didn’t want to join it because they are already on other services. So I just decided to leave Geeks.

    Chris, I commend you for creating your own social network website but with tons of them already out there, I find it to be a waste.

  3. get a life Dabrace84, people come here to get tech news, not to be seen with “friends” (that word is getting VERY DEVALUATED nowadays with the friggin’ social networks, just like the word “freedom” lost all meaning in Bush’s mouth)

    by all means do as you say and get lost.

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