With 300,000 publishers using its interactive platform, Joomag – a leading digital publishing service – announced today that it has teamed up with Depositphotos. With a rich library featuring over 40 million images, Depositphotos has been added to Joomag’s digital arsenal to provide publishers the means to integrate high-quality photos into their magazines.
Specializing in royalty-free photo distribution, Depositphotos receives its stock files from leading contributing photographers, videographers, and illustrators. The company was founded in 2009 and is one of the fastest growing photobanks in the world. And their reach is considerable; the service extends its hand to over 192 countries.
Joomag’s pioneering Online Editor grants publishers unlimited creativity by combining a user-friendly interface with innovative editing tools. The company has high-profile clientele ranging from individuals, big businesses, and even educational institutions like Harvard and Yale University. Warner Bros., Walmart, PWC – all have utilized Joomag’s platform to build their digital publications with ease and sophistication. Joomag’s new partnership with Depositphotos means that publishers will now receive images for very affordable prices. These pictures can be searched for and discovered right from the Online Editor. Users can modify them with filters and other elements without ever leaving Joomag’s platform.
Ruben Vardanyan, CEO of Joomag, explained the reasoning behind the partnership and emphasized the need to cater to the everyday publisher: “Our publishers needed a budgeted solution, so we gave them access to an extensive photo library with the most affordable pricing on the market.”
Depositphotos CEO Elena Flanagan-Eister said: “This is an exciting partnership for us as we’ll be bringing our professional imagery to hundreds of thousands of professional publishers who know how to work with these photos and create something extraordinary.”
Joomag is a leader in the digital publishing field, providing an integrated solution for publishers to create, distribute, track, and monetize their digital content. With 300,000 publishers onboard, the company prides itself on its unique Online Editor that allows users to create stunning interactive magazines, catalogues, e-books, brochures, and newsletters. Visit Joomag at www.joomag.com to learn more about its innovative platform or find it on Facebook as well as Twitter.