If you are a professional photographer or one who spends plenty of time uploading your photos to social media platforms, you may have to spend a lot of time organizing your photos and ensuring that you have posted them to the appropriate platforms at the appropriate time. This can quickly become a tedious process as the number of photos or platforms increase. Having a handy tool to make that process easier helps and that’s what Pixlater attempts to do.
A Wep App for Photo Enthusiasts: Pixlater
Pixlater is a web app that lets you schedule your image posts to the required social networking platforms at a time of your choosing. The app is currently in open beta and you can get access to the service by simply registering with your email address. Once you sign up, you can choose to link your photos to popular photo sharing sites including Facebook pages and groups, Twitter, Flickr, and 500px. Additionally, platforms such as Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest and Instagram will also be brought in. Pixlater works in three simple steps . You upload your photos to Pixlater, select your photo sharing networks, set your distribution schedule and it will be published.
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You can trial the service for free for 30 days without inputting your credit card information, and can cancel it any time you want to. You can opt for the PixFree account, which lets you upload 10 photos and link to two websites for free. The storage capacity for the free account is 1GB. The PixPlus account offers 10 GB of storage and you can upload 50 photos and connect it to 10 websites. This plan will cost you $10 per month. The PixPro plan, which costs $39 per month offers 100 GB storage, with options to upload unlimited photos and connect to unlimited websites.
Additionally, the Pro plan lets you can maintain a personal portfolio, view advanced analytics and connect with other third-party apps for website integration. The personal portfolio page will be a photographer’s ideal “About Me” page showcasing his or her connected sites and contact options and could well be a great lead generation tool for all the artistic works. The web app could easily be a handy tool for any photo enthusiast who wants to maximize his distribution services as effortlessly as possible and analyze the feedback and stats on his collections. Pixlater will be in beta until the end of the year and you can check out the service by signing up for a free trial here.