ShutterStock in Japanese
ShutterStock® (www.ShutterStock.com) announced that its website is now fully functional in Japanese (www.ShutterStock.jp). With this translation, ShutterStock will be able to further expand its already global customer base, offering its extensive collection of royalty-free images to the Japanese creative community in-language.
"We are very optimistic about the new site," said Jon Oringer, ShutterStock™ founder and CEO. "Our ongoing goal is to make ShutterStock™ as accessible as possible to the international design community."
Accessibility and ease-of-use have always been central to ShutterStock’s operation. The site’s hassle-free subscription model has fueled its growth. For $139 per month, subscribers can download up to 25 images each day – or 750 per month – to be used royalty-free, forever. Customers who sign up for extended periods (three months, six months, or a year) are eligible for savings of up to 20%.
The Japanese version of ShutterStock launched just as the site’s photo library hit another milestone: the website has surpassed 400,000 premium, royalty-free images.
Founded in 2003, ShutterStock is one of the fastest growing suppliers of royalty-free stock photography in the industry. Its outstanding collection of premium images combined with a user-friendly interface has made ShutterStock a trusted resource for an expanding global customer base. ShutterStock currently has over 400,000 images available to its subscribers, and that number increases every day. For more information, visit www.ShutterStock.com.
- Posted at November 18th, 2005 08:00pm
- Posted by Tommy Maloney
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