How to save money digitizing thousands of pictures

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This year-round recommendation is a must to unclutter and organize all your analog photo snapshots, and now with a super bonus to get about 5,400* photos professionally scanned for under $300, with 3-way free shipping included.


The biggest unclutter challenge for your home is what to do with decades of fading-away photo albums, how to unclutter and digitally organize your generations of old photo snapshots this fast.


This bonus is our most popular link which reveals our super discounted ScanMyPhotos.com flash sale. Although we have professionally digitized 500 million photos, none are more important than helping you with your photo scanning project.


3 for 2 Special – FREE Extra Photo Scanning Box + Free S/H. Save $145 or More*


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To enhance your order, please choose from these popular add-on services to boost your photo scanning experience:

Elite Concierge Expert Service
See your photos as soon as it’s scanned with instant uploading
8GB custom USB thumb drives
Need your photos scanned in a specific order?
Photo Soap to enhance and help restore color and contrast to your photos
Order additional DVDs to give to family and friends

Express same day scanning

Order hardcover Photo Index Books of all your photos
Rotate all images upright so they appear in the correct orientation
Return Signature Confirmation


Get about 5,400* photos scanned for $290 + free S/H. Many popular add-on services are also available to enhance your order. This super “spring cleaning” deal solves your entire photo scanning project, as we professionally digitize about 5,400* photos with free S/H. That’s about 5-cents per scan. Super-fast professional photo scanning returned in days. Loads of popular add-on features available. *This discount applies to Social Media Photo Scanning (150dpi) $145, Archival Photo Scanning (300dpi) $259, and Ultra High-Quality Professional Photo Scanning (600dpi) $299).


The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, AARP, Real Simple, USA Today, KTLA-TV News, TechCrunch and 100’s more are raving about our most popular service. TechCrunch said, “ScanMyPhotos is one of the coolest services in the world.”



The Fine Print Details:


FREE Extra Photo Scanning Box. MUST SELECT THREE TO VALIDATE
One week only to order
Order 3 boxes and pay just for 2* – INSTANT SAVINGS
Super-fast professional photo scanning digitized and returned within days. Loads of popular add-on features available
Upon ordering, your fill-the-box kit is usually mailed within 1 business day
Super-affordable. Includes all 3-way S&H, pay one price, $145 per prepaid 150dpi box, $259 for 300 dpi, and @299 for 600dpi scanning (buy 2 get 3rd free)
We rush, but you don’t have to: You have up to 6-months to mail back each separate box.
*Each box holds about 1,800 pictures (based on the size of each photograph if all 4×6? it is about 1,800).

*** MUST READ. The rule for Free Box: Because of this special rate, there will be no exceptions for any reason. If you want to take advantage of the “buy 2 get 3rd free,” it MUST be at the time you place your original order and you must select three boxes. If you only select one or two, no discount applies. Must order 3 for each selected add-on – not discounted. NO EXCEPTIONS. If you only order one or two box and afterward decided you need extra boxes to have more pictures scanned, we will under no circumstance retroactively validate this special offer – due to our super-low rates, fulfillment workflow operation and expansive volume. Please, do not ask afterward, but rather, buy the extra boxes now. All boxes must be delivered to the same address, no rerouting. Terms, restrictions may change, and applicable sales tax may apply. Offer may be canceled without recourse at any time. No other discounts, promo codes or prior order reimbursements can be applied to this special promo.

Thank you for your help in complying with these requirements. Enjoy this opportunity to digitally revisit all those wonderful photos from your decades past.


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NYT: How Small Firms Can Defuse a Political Threat

ScanMyPhotos.com was profiled in The New York Times “Entrepreneur” column written by Constance Gustke.  Click here to read the February 22, 2017 article.  We were inspired by the story shared by Nicole Morgenthau, owner of Finch Knitting and Sewing Studio in Leesburg, VA.


EXCERPT: Outspoken on Issues


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ScanMyPhotos.com has professionally digitized more than 300 million photos

Some online businesses have been fully prepared to court controversy, regardless of the effect on sales.  Mitch Goldstone, co-founder of ScanMyPhotos, an e-commerce company that digitizes family photos, has always taken strong political stances, unafraid of how it could affect his 26-year-old business based in Irvine, Calif.  He even appeared on CNN in 2015, after Mr. Trump declared his candidacy, to explain why he was opposed to him. These actions resulted in hundreds of angry phone calls for a few days, he said.  Still, Mr. Goldstone did not back down from his outspokenness. He offered to scan photos free for all customers for one month if Mr. Trump won the general election.  Mr. Goldstone kept his word. And ScanMyPhotos has now scanned thousands of photos, he said, and won over some Trump supporters as paying customers.  “You have to speak up and have a voice,” said Mr. Goldstone, whose business employs 20 people. “I’m trying to demonstrate the value of integrity. And I need to keep my word.”  Mr. Goldstone also benefits from a huge market. His company has digitized 300 million photos so far, he figures, but 3.5 trillion photos in the country are still in paper form.


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NYT Travel Article in Review: What’s Your Photo Storage Personality?

Photos on a clothesline

While we don’t recommend storing your photos this way, it is pretty to look at!

Ever wonder which photo storage sites would best suit your needs? In a recent article, Photo Storage by Personality, New York Times (NYT) Travel columnist Stephanie Rosenbloom recommends photo storage services based on key personality traits.

 

While this article offers great recommendations for storing digital travel photos, we started to wonder—when it comes to storing printed photos, which personality type would ScanMyPhoto users fall under?

 

  1. The Social Butterfly: Do you find yourself wanting to upload old road-trip pics so you can easily share them on Facebook or Twitter for a #tbt or #fbf post? If so, Rosenbloom suggests checking out Photobucket for an online service that makes it easy to share your photos to the social media platform of your choice.
  2. The Perfectionist: If your life motto is “there’s a place for everything and everything in its place,” then Flickr may be the photo storage service for you. For personalities who enjoy uploading prints to a virtual online library where they can organize, edit, and access photos, Flickr is a free service any Perfectionist should sign up for.
  3. The Essentialist: I think we can agree that most of us here at ScanMyPhoto are Essentialists who are simply looking for a secure online place to store our vintage vacay shots. We passed along a few suggestions on general cloud storage options a few months ago, but Rosenbloom offers a few more suggestions—like Box or Picturelife—for Essentialists to take advantage of.

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