A platform for platform enabling pro photographers to create branded photo album apps that are stored on a client’s iOS or Android device or personal computer is now offering improved social imaging tools.
StickyAlbums allows shooters to create a unique slide show app for their client. “As images are increasingly shared via smartphones, tablets, utilizing social networks, photographers need solutions that allow them to safely monetize their pictures while delivering the shareability that clients demand,” the company says. “StickyAlbums serves both purposes by optimizing image display for mobile devices and tying the infinitely sharable images to the photographer’s brand and website to generate more referrals.”
StickyAlbums helps deter image theft as a safer way to share digital files, the St. Paul, Minnesota company says.
The new upgrade introduces new social media sharing features that allow clients to share the branded albums on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. The feature streamlines the sharing of clients’ images across social networks, the company says, on which professional photographers are able to generate valuable word-of-mouth marketing for their studios.
StickyAlbums is a subscription-based service, with a free basic demo level to allow new users to test-drive the service.