OKLAHOMA CITY, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Zoto.com, an online photo site, has recently added a variety of printing options to its suite of services. Partnering with Qoop, which helps turn digital content into physical products, Zoto users can transform their favorite images into a variety of custom products, including posters, calendars and photobooks.
"Printing has been the number one requested feature from our current customers," said Kord Campbell, CEO, Zoto.com. "And as online photo services continue to grow in popularity, we want to remain highly competitive by offering a complete package."
According to InfoTrends/CAP Ventures' latest online photo services report, 29 percent of U.S. Internet users are now online photo service members, representing an increase of 12 percent over 2004. Zoto recently hit two million photos uploaded by its users, and it continues to add upwards of 75,000 photos per week.
"Our collaboration with Zoto is an excellent example of how new technology companies are partnering to offer customers a full user experience," said Phil Wessells, President of Qoop. "We're excited about the opportunity to offer our services to this ever increasing web community."
To get started printing photos, users simply log in to Zoto and then click on the "Order Prints" link at the top of the homepage. Coming soon, recipients of photos from Zoto members will be able to print photos, too.
Zoto is a Web-based photo storage, sharing and publishing site. Zoto was founded in 2004 by Kord Campbell and Trey Stout. Privately funded, Zoto is based in Oklahoma City, OK. For more information, visit http://www.zoto.com.
Qoop provides the tools for content creators, application providers and web communities to easily offer their content for sale. Privately held, Qoop is based in Mill Valley, California. For more information visit http://www.qoop.com.
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