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Photo Bucket Vs Shutterfly

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Does anyone have any experience with posting pics using Shutterfly instead of Photobucket? I set up an account with shutter simple because it was one that I ahd heard off. But I have tried for a couple of hours trying to post a pic and it will not work.

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Try Flickr. I've used it for years and Steve switched over to it a few months ago, from Photobucket.

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My reason for the switch is that in signing up on Photobucket you give them wide latitude in using your images for the site's promotion, and that wasn't acceptable to me. For many people it's just no problem at all. On flickr, if you upload them as "private," the site has no right to use them.

I've never tried Shutterfly. There are fewer steps necessary to post images off Photobucket than off flickr, though flickr's not really complicated. Have you tried to use Photobucket to post pics yet, Sam?

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Steve

I'm inpressed good memory. have not tried photobucket, just happen to start with shutterfly, did not work well at all. Maybe will just try the flickr.

Sam

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I use Shutterfly for sharing with relatives and printing photobooks and cards, etc. They do a good job for those things, Flicker is better for posting here --

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I use Shutterfly for sharing with relatives and printing photobooks and cards, etc. They do a good job for those things, Flicker is better for posting here --

I use both in the same way you do. Easy to organize in Shutterfly, as well. I just upload to Flickr if I want to post something here.

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I like photobucket

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