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LCN.com & Fotolia Form Strategic Partnership


Fotolia Offers Three Free Stock Photograph Credits to LCN Hosting CustomersLONDON, Nov 06, 2008 -- LCN.com, one of the largest UK domain registration and Web site hosting companies, have today announced a partnership with Fotolia ( http://www.fotolia.com), the world's largest provider of micro-priced stock imagery, offering nearly 4.5 million high-quality images.

There will be a two-fold benefit to LCN customers through this alliance -- Customers will be able get three royalty free stock photograph credits at no cost from the world's largest and fastest growing databases of nearly 4.5 million micro-priced, royalty-free images. Not only that, once signed up with Fotolia, customers of LCN, will be entitled to a 10% bonus on every order placed with Fotolia from then on.

Mark Boost, Managing Director of LCN.com commented, "Both LCN and Fotolia are dedicated to providing their customers with the best products within our respective industries. With high quality imagery being such a top level need for quality web design, it was a natural decision for us to partner with Fotolia as our imagery provider.

"With Fotolia, we have gained a trusted partner that offers the largest image bank of free and affordable royalty free images. This announcement is something new and existing web design customers will be delighted to hear." Boost noted further.

"This partnership allows LCN customers deeply integrated access to Fotolia's database of nearly 4.5 million high-quality, micro-priced images, using Fotolia's Partner API. It also gives users a platform to generate their own revenue through the intuitive Fotolia system whereby commission is earned on images they submit to the Fotolia Web site," said Oleg Tscheltzoff, co-founder and president of Fotolia.
Find out more about the Fotolia offer and LCN Web Hosting packages below:

www.lcn.com/fotolia_offer
www.lcn.com/web_hosting

About LCN.com
LCN is one of the top UK domain and hosting providers with over 40,000 hosting customers and over 350,000 domain names registered since its launch in 2000.

About Fotolia:
Fotolia, LLC, based in New York, with offices in nine countries around the globe and offering Web sites in eight languages, is the world's largest provider of micro-priced stock images. Launched in early November, 2005, Fotolia's image marketplace has acquired nearly 4.5 million images in its database and over 850,000 international members. In December, 2007, Fotolia became the first independent microstock agency to enter the traditional stock marketplace, with the launch of Fotolia Infinite Collections. For more information about the company or to access the Fotolia Web site, visit www.fotolia.com.    
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« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2008, 08:21 »
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Here we go again.

Another "strategic" partnership.

So what does this mean for contributors?

Will we be paid for the free images that Fotolia is giving away?

Who wants to volunteer and post a question on their forums?

lagereek

« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2008, 08:27 »
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Dont knock Fotolia!!  very good site at the moment . Hope this partnership will grow into something.

« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2008, 08:39 »
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yeah,  I would have to agree that fotolia seems to be really producing lately - nice to see.  I can see them becoming my top site some time next year.  That said, they are not the best communicators - we are often told about what is happening after it has happened or not at all

sales are great
communication is poor

nice to see the press release though.

« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2008, 08:40 »
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Here we go again.

Another "strategic" partnership.

So what does this mean for contributors?

Will we be paid for the free images that Fotolia is giving away?

Who wants to volunteer and post a question on their forums?

They say it is free but I presume the cost will be in the web hosting fees.  It wouldn't benefit FT to give away credits.

« Reply #5 on: November 07, 2008, 09:57 »
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1and1 is associated since 2006 with Fotolia.
and seems to be 25% bonus there !

http://order.1and1.com/xml/order/SharepointNewsFotolia;

I presume the cut here is from Fotolia part... I won't blame Fotolia bringing new customers.

« Reply #6 on: November 07, 2008, 10:23 »
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looks nice

« Reply #7 on: November 07, 2008, 22:27 »
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yah i agree...another partnership in Fotolia and what do we know about it??? zit....nothing....if not for this news here in this forum...most of us would be clueless on what happened....i really wonder why they do it this way ??? ???


 

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