Photokore Expands Global Reach
With regular image prices set at US$1-40 on www.photokore.com, the offer is a great opportunity for designers, advertisers, bloggers – everyone – to get access to a wide variety of stock images.
“We believe our prices are already extremely competitive, but want to offer new customers outside of Asia an even more compelling reason to give Photokore a try. Based on our present customers’ buying patterns, we’re confident that many of our new customers will become repeat buyers,” said Sean Mooney, President and CEO of Photokore. “Photokore’s customer base is constantly increasing beyond Asia, and this new campaign will fuel further expansion”.
Many of the photos and vector illustrations on Photokore’s site are available for the first time as royalty-free stock images, and found nowhere else. The 50% Off campaign gives image users around the world yet another incentive to browse Photokore’s varied collection of images accumulated from over 100 countries.
Photokore’s ‘50% Off’ campaign runs from June 1st to June 30th. Visitors to the site can browse the entire image collection at www.photokore.com. Those interested in making a purchase can register on the site for free.
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Photokore is a royalty-free stock photography site dedicated to offering high quality global images to the Asian market, and unique Asian images to the world. Photokore’s website supports image uploads and purchases in English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
Visitors to photokore.com can also search for images in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Thai, Hindi, Filipino, English, Spanish, German, French and Portuguese. Landing pages are also available in Arabic, Malaysian, Spanish, Russian, and Vietnamese.
All photos and illustrations on photokore.com can be licensed for creative use – whether on a personal website, or in a global marketing campaign – at prices ranging from US$1 – US$40.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
• Photokore on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/Photokore (@Photokore).
• Photokore on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photokore.international
• Photokore on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/PhotokoreAsia
• Photokore’s Blog: http://en.blog.photokore.com
Photokore is an Asian-based royalty free stock photography company dedicated to offering unique Asian stock photos to the world, and high quality global stock images to the Asian market.
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