Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 17, 2012
Digital Marketer, the industry leading online marketing firm, has published their latest blog post
from Managing Editor Josh Loposer. In it, the recent Flickr updates are covered, and Loposer shares his thoughts on the relevance of a site that has seemingly lost its way.
“Four years ago, there was one big, unavoidable photo-sharing site that pretty much dominated photo-sharing. Whenever a party went down, or a concert, or a social event anywhere in America, photos of it were posted to this site. And if you wanted to view those photos, you went to Flickr,” Loposer wrote. “A few short years later, Flickr is teetering on the edge of irrelevance.”
Loposer wrote about both the functionality changes and the marketing changes that are taking effect in the photo-sharing site.
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