• Fotomoto Lands $1.2 Million, Helps Its Clients Sell Images Online In A Flash

    Exclusive – Fotomoto, which offers a fairly innovative way for photographers, artists and content publishers to sell images and other products meant to print simply by adding a line of javascript code to any site, has raised a Series A round of funding to the tune of $1.2 million from Adams Capital. Over 12,000 sellers use the company’s on-demand ecommerce system today, which makes… Read More

  • Fotomoto Upgrades Service; Attracts New Users, Investors And Board Members

    In May 2009, we covered the launch of Fotomoto, a Web-based photo monetization service built by the eponymous startup based out of San Francisco. The product has grown a lot since then, and founder & CEO Ahmad Kiarostami informs us that they have signed up 2800 website publishers since launching publicly, which translates to some 610,000 photos to date. Read More

  • Fotomoto Lets Photographers Sell Photos On-Site Without The Hassle

    A couple lines of code. That’s all it takes for photographers and publishers with large inventories of images to start selling their work on their own websites, thanks to an ambitious fledgling company. You’d think that something so simple could be pulled off by many a startup, but in reality I’m having trouble finding other companies that do it the way the recently… Read More