Photobucket & Twitter – Better Together!

Here's a reminder about sharing pictures with Twitter, powered by Photobucket – a great experience!

Photobucket and Twitter have teamed up to bring you a better photo-sharing experience, using the 140-character Tweets you've come to know and love! Now, whenever you share a photo from Twitter, you get the power of Photobucket to share your pic with the world:

If you don't already see the little camera in your Twitter account, don't fret – it's coming your way soon!

Check out what these reviewers have to say about Photobucket & our Twitter partnership:

GuardianUK: "It was Photobucket's scale that got the deal – 100 million users and 8bn uploads. Given the hysterical reaction when Twitter itself falls over, it's quite understandable that Twitter has chosen a robust, large scale partner over a smaller firm."

GigaOm: “Photobucket just made a major leap forward on the comeback trail. The online photo sharing pioneer confirmed Wednesday its technology will power Twitter’s highly anticipated native photo sharing feature.”

MobileMarketingWatch: “And when it comes to pictures, Photobucket is the sage atop social media’s hill. With 100 million users and more than eight billion uploads, Photobucket has become the world’s leading dedicated photo and video sharing service.”

All Things Digital“Web turnaround stories and brand revivals are few and far between. But the once-forgotten Photobucket seems to have cemented itself on firm footing with a deal to host photos for Twitter’s new native photo-sharing service.” (Don't forget to check out the video interview with Tom Munro, our CEO!)

LifeHacker: “Twitter is partnering with Photobucket to host these photos but you don’t need a Photobucket account to use it. And photos are only visible on Twitter, and not on Photobucket’s image sharing site. Beneath every photo is a “powered by Photobucket” note.”

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UPDATE  8/10/11:

All Twitter users should now have access to the photo sharing service! Check out these great reviews:

Twitter Photo Uploading Now Available For 100% Of Users

‎TechCrunch: http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/09/twitter-photo-uploading-now-available-for-100-of-users/

Twitter's in-app photo sharing comes to all users

‎VentureBeat: http://venturebeat.com/2011/08/09/twitter-photo-sharing-rollout/

Twitter rolls out photo sharing feature, mobile still to come

‎Examiner.com: http://www.examiner.com/technology-in-national/twitter-rolls-out-photo-sharing-feature-mobile-still-to-come

Twitter Rolls Out Photo Sharing to All Users

‎Mashable: http://mashable.com/2011/08/09/twitter-photo-sharing-all/ 

Twitter integrates photo-sharing, plans galleries

‎ZDNet UK: http://www.zdnet.co.uk/blogs/communication-breakdown-10000030/twitter-integrates-photo-sharing-plans-galleries-10024033/

 

Photobucket launches Twitgoo, a dedicated media-sharing site built exclusively for Twitter users

Integration with Top Twitter API Partners Including Picnik, DestroyTwitter and Intercasting 

San Francisco, Calif. – May 19, 2009 – Photobucket, the Web’s premier standalone photo and video-sharing site, today announced the launch of Twitgoo (http://twitgoo.com), a new media-sharing site for Twitter.  Twitgoo users can now tweet photos from a computer, a mobile device or directly from either Photobucket or Tinypic with an easy-to-use, one-click feature.  Twitgoo is already fully integrated with the top Twitter-related applications — Picnik, Seesmic Desktop, Twitterberry, DestroyTwitter, Intercasting, Spaz and many others — to ensure a seamless user experience and broad accessibility across Web, PC, and mobile platforms. 

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