12 Insanely Great Things about Dotphoto

Last week, a friend invited me to dinner. He had just returned from a trip and he wanted me to help design a photo book. My friend had used dotphoto years ago, and was so enthusiastic about the new dotphoto that I thought, “Wow! I should tell our customers how dotphoto has morphed into a really useful photo service.” So here it is!

12 Insanely Great Things about Dotphoto

  1. Dotphoto is a straightforward photo service: share, archive, print and even make money selling prints or downloads. We don’t surround your photos with advertising, sell your personal data, or push you to buy products.
  2. Dotphoto stores your whole image up to 20MB or 36 megapixels. Unlike most competitors, we don’t downsize your files, and you get unlimited storage.
  3. You control your stuff. You can download your photos from dotphoto at any time at no charge – or order a backup of all your photos on an SD card.
  4. Dotphoto is easy, though it does a lot. Commands are in a menu in the upper left: upload, shop, organize, share. For information about your account, tap your account name and choose MyAccount.
  5. Easy to learn. Tap the question mark in the upper right for detailed procedures and videos.
  6. No app required. Dotphoto works great on iPhones, Android phones, tablets and other mobile devices – just sign into dotphoto.com.
  7. You can call or write us. If we don’t pick up immediately, we’ll usually respond within an hour. Contact info
  8. 8 cent prints with free shipping for any order of $10 or more, which makes dotphoto an even better deal than “free print” sites.
  9. Get a $79 photobook for just $30 including free shipping. Use coupon SAVE49.
  10. Send a customized 5×7 folding card including First Class stamp for only $1.99. Add photos, write, add your signature, and mail right from your dotphoto account.
  11. Dotphoto’s Frame Shop is the best way to frame a picture. You can see customized frames, mats, and photos in any size up to 42” before you buy.
  12. Dotphoto has been in business since 1999 and is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.

For a more complete list dotphoto’s expanding benefits, please see www.dotphoto.com/benefits

Author: dotphoto

Glenn Paul is President and Co-Founder of dotPhoto, which began life in 2000 as a photo printing service and now also distributes user-generated media in Flash, video and on cell phones.

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