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I bet you're wondering how long Photobucket has been around, right? Well, let me tell you, this platform has been around for quite some time now, and it's not showing any signs of slowing down.

Photobucket was founded way back in 2003, which means it's been safeguarding people’s memories for almost 20 years! We’re talking over 70 million customers with 17 billion photos and videos from around the world. All perfectly preserved, while maintaining a carbon-neutral footprint. That's pretty impressive, isn't it? To put it in perspective, when Photobucket was first launched, Facebook was just getting started, and Instagram wasn't even a twinkle in its creators' eyes. But despite all the changes in the digital landscape, Photobucket has managed to stand the test of time.

When Photobucket first came on the scene, it was one of the first platforms of its kind. Back then, online photo storage was still a relatively new concept, and people were hesitant to trust the internet with their precious memories. But Photobucket quickly caught on, and soon it became one of the most popular platforms for storing and sharing photos online.

What makes Photobucket so great is its simplicity. From the very beginning, the platform has always been user-friendly and easy to navigate. Whether you just want to share photos with friends and family, or you’re the next big content creator, Photobucket makes it easy for you to upload and share your images. Plus, its user-friendly interface makes it accessible to anyone, even those who may not be tech-savvy.

Over the years, Photobucket has added a host of new features and tools to help users make the most of their photos. For example, the platform now offers a variety of editing tools that allow users to crop, resize, and enhance their photos before sharing them. Additionally, Photobucket has made it easy to share your photos on social media and other platforms, so you can show off your memories to the world.

Another thing people love about Photobucket is its commitment to security. With so many people sharing personal photos online, it's important to have a platform that takes the security of your images seriously. Photobucket uses state-of-the-art encryption to protect your photos, and it ensures that only the people you want to share your images with can see them. So, you can rest assured that your memories are safe with Photobucket.

In 2019, Photobucket made a commitment to the environment to go carbon neutral. Now, you may be wondering, what does it mean for a company to be carbon neutral? Well, it's pretty simple. The process of becoming carbon neutral involves measuring the company's carbon footprint, which includes emissions from energy use, transportation, and waste. Once the carbon footprint is calculated, the company can then offset those emissions by investing in renewable energy projects, such as solar or wind power, or by purchasing carbon credits.

This is important because carbon emissions are one of the main contributors to climate change, and it's crucial we all do our part to reduce our impact on the environment. By offsetting its carbon emissions, Photobucket is not only reducing its own impact on the environment, but it's also supporting the development of clean and renewable energy sources.

But Photobucket's commitment to the environment doesn't stop there. The company is also actively working to reduce its energy consumption and waste production. For example, they have implemented energy-efficient measures in their office, and they have also switched to paperless systems to reduce their paper waste.

Photobucket has made a life-long commitment to our customers and our planet, which we think makes us the best choice when it comes to preserving your memories. Discover how much more Photobucket has to offer by checking out our free 7-day trial.

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