Dan Heller on the Future of Flickr and Stock Photography

Dan Heller's Photography Business Blog: Pulling the Flickr sword out of the Yahoo stone Insightful reading, as usual, from Dan Heller.

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  1. the marquise de sade says:

    Well, it looks like the market for your vision is ripe for the taking Thomas. And amazingly according to this article seems you won’t have much innovative competition. Too bad you don’t have the technical expertise to do it yourself. In all seriousness perhaps you need to bring in another Zooomr partner to get this off the ground while while Kris is implementing his priorities. Time is money and opportunity after all. I will say that after working in high-volume online e-commerce for years you need to nip the Zoomr technical/operational issues in the bud if you want to make the stock photo thing fly – once people are selling their stuff on your site and relying on it for income the more attention (and negative PR) every flaw will receive. A far cry away from bitching about grandma not being able to see pics of the grandkids. Not that you would ever listen to an “anonymous” person like me from the internets. 🙂

    BTW, you should do a blog about how lame Facebook is when it comes to verifying identities. I opened a dummy account several months ago “John Smith” and it took them foreva to change it to my real name. I mean really, I thought they were gonna ask me for a blood sample! kthxbai.