QOOP.com Offers Free Online Store to Sell Your Photos

QOOP.com Offers Free Online Store to Sell Your Photos

QOOP.com is a new website that offers photographers a free outlet to sell their photos. You can set up shop with them and start selling your photos right away. They also offer this same service to artists, authors, designers and publishers who have digital works to sell.

Three types of listings can be created in a store: Image Listings for single images based on digital photography, art or graphic design; Document Listings for books, articles, manuals, brochures, reports and other writings; Photo Product Listings for photo books, designer posters, mini photo books, and other creation made with the suite of design tools provided by QOOP for compiling and creating with digital images.

QOOP said they have extensive experience handling consumer photo printing through online store partnerships with over 100 photo sites and social networks, including flickr, facebook, Webshots, and Photobucket.

“With QOOP, you choose the products you want to sell, set your royalties, and you’re all set. Your stores live on QOOP, and your listings are easily discovered by searches on Google, Yahoo, and Live.com. It’s a great way to get started making some money on your images,” said Tin Hoang, QOOP’s Art Director.

[Site: QOOP.com]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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