TechTalk Radio Interviews ScanMyPhotos On “One Cent Photo Scanning”

Introduction to One Cent Photo Scanning at ScanMyPhotos. TechTalk Radio ScanMyPhotos News


Tune in beginning at 11 minutes for the interview.



Background on TechTalk Radio. Host Andy Taylor has been in Broadcasting for over 20 years. Andy joined the Tucson News Now Team as Tech Correspondent early in 2007 and hosted a weekly segment on the latest gadgets and technology, He now hosts the segment on KMSB Fox 11 Tucson on a Bi-Weekly basis.


TechtalkRadio Banner AdAndy has also been heard as a technology correspondent on WKRZ-FM’s Rocky & Sue in the Morning, Scott Sands on WSPD and other stations talking about and presenting technology users can benefit from. Andy also writes columns on Technology for other various publications and participates in many charity events as well as performing Morning Radio Wake up duties at KGVY Green Valley and Afternoons at KHIT 107.5 Tucson.


On this episode, Andy interviews ScanMYPhotos CEO, Mitch Goldstone on the new innovative way to digitize pictures for as low as one cent each.


All New: Photo Scanning For One Cent From ScanMyPhotos


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Instructions For “Pay Per Photo” and “One Cent” Photo Scanning

Welcome to ScanMyPhotos,


Why One Cent Scanning?


After weeks of testing and due to the feedback from nearly 3,700 people who ordered or already had ScanMyPhotos.com digitize their pictures for one cent each at 150 DPI, 8 cents at 300 DPI and 16 cents at 600 DPI. So, after all the testing, now this is a new permanent featured service.


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And, no promo code is needed to access and instantly order scanning for one cent each at 150 DPI resolution.

The Latest Innovation From ScanMyPhotos


This new service is now the centerpiece of our latest photo imaging innovation. And we have had many over the past 29 years. This link transports you to some of the feature news stories and reviews on how we do our magic to have digitized 600 million images. But, no order is more important than yours.

From Photo District News: ScanMyPhotos has rolled now new pricing with big savings for a range of photo print scanning options.


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Just before you begin your journey to revisit all your precious pre-digital photos.


Prior to ordering any “Pay Per Scan” order please review and follow these below terms and instructions for preparing your pictures. We have live support, Twitter private direct messaging, email and call center phone support for you. Click for contact information.

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PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF ALL THE POPULAR ADD-ON FEATURES SERVICES TO ORDER FOR ENHANCING YOUR ORDER

INSTRUCTIONS AND ORDERING DETAILS

  • $40 order minimum is charged when ordering and credited towards your order total, but not applied towards return S/H charges. Non-refundable and no refund for unused balance. Example: 1-4000 pictures scanned at 150 DPI is $40, 10,000 pictures scanned at 150 DPI will cost $100, plus any add-on services you select and return S/H.
  • DO NOT SEND ANY PICTURES THAT ARE BENT, CREASED, FOLDED, HAVE NOTES ON IT, IN ENVELOPES, ALBUMS, SCRAPBOOKS, OR DO NOT COMPLY WITH THESE PREPARATION GUIDELINES. IT WILL NOT BE PROCESSED AND YOU WILL BE CHARGED TO MAIL IT BACK IF YOU WANT PICTURES SCANNED IN ORDER, INCLUDE INDEX CARDS, YOU MUST SELECT THE “SCAN IN ORDER” FEATURED ADD-ON
  • Penny scanning is ONLY VALID TOWARDS standard “Social Media” 150 DPI resolution scanning (“Archival” 300 DPI and “Professional” 600 DPI are available along with many other popular add-on services)
  • Recommended: Order add-on extra services to enhance your order
  • Cannot be applied towards ANY prior orders 
  • indexcard - Instructions For "Pay Per Photo" and "One Cent" Photo ScanningScan In Order: If you watch this “how to prepare photos video” you see we recommend index cards to identify and separate each batch of pictures by category. This requires you to add “scan in order.” If you use ANY index cards, dividers or want pictures NOT to be randomly digitized, you must choose the “scanning in order” upgrade. Otherwise, your pictures (even if there are index cards included) are randomly scanned and not in any order.
  • IF YOU INCLUDE ANY INDEX CARDS, YOU MUST ADD “SCAN IN ORDER.”
  • Mail order only. Absolutely NO walk-in order will be honored
  • Pictures for this discounted service must be received within 30 days. For our “Pay Per Scan” service, your shipment must be postmarked within 30 days of the purchase date. If shipped after, the pricing will go back to our regular pricing (all coupons and discounts are voided). If you need additional time to send your photos in, you can purchase a 2-month extension for $24.95
  • Standard turnaround is 4-6 weeks, but instant same-day express scanning is available (see featured add-on services and rates)
  • WATCH THIS VIDEO FOR EASY TIPS TO PREPARING YOUR PHOTOS. IF YOU ADD INDEX CARDS YOU MUST SELECT “SCAN IN ORDER”
  • Voided at any time without obligation and restrictions may apply
  • Does not include applicable sales tax
  • You are responsible for paying to mail the photos to us and paying for return S/H.
  • We do not send you a box
  • Not valid towards ANY other services, coupons, vouchers, promo codes or other discounts
  • Maximum photos scanned per customer/order/address is 10,000
  • Click here for a list of all the featured add-on services to add to your order

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Why Genealogy Bank Is the Most Important Tool for Family Archivists

Over the years, we have asked people why they had their pre-digital photographs preserved. Among the top answers were to create genealogy projects by going back in time. Researching who was in each photo from yesteryear and engaging the entire family on a treasure hunt to commemorate and preserve all those family memories.

Along the way one name kept popping up for helping learn about a familys herritage. Genealogy Bank has become the leading answer as they help you learn about your past.

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“Every Obituary Tells a Story. Dig In. Discover Your Family Story Today.”


Genealogy Bank: “Your Family Story. “


Excerpt from their website:

About GenealogyBank

GenealogyBank is a leading online genealogical resource from NewsBank, inc. Featuring a wealth of exclusive material-including modern obituaries and historical newspapersbookspamphletsmilitary recordsgovernment documents and more-GenealogyBank helps you discover fascinating information about your family history.

GenealogyBank’s 9,000+ historical newspapers include letters, speeches, opinion pieces, advertisements, hometown news, photographs, illustrations and more. These unique primary documents go beyond names and dates, providing first-hand accounts that simply aren’t available from census or vital records alone. With GenealogyBank, you’ll get a glimpse into the triumphs, troubles and everyday experiences of your American ancestors.

 

Become a Genealogy Bank Member and Access 2+ Billion Family History Records

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Extreme Genes Profiles ScanMyPhotos

The nation’s authority on all things for genealogy and archivists interviews ScanMyPhotos’ CEO, Mitch Goldstone

Excerpt: Weather Disasters Bring Digitization Front And Center. The recent “bomb cyclone” that hit the Midwest has again illustrated the need for all of us to digitize our photos!

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Episode 276 – Name and Family Changes With DNA Test Results / Natural Disasters & The Loss Of Family Photos
At minute 37, Scott Fisher interviews Mitch Goldstone, CEO and Co-Founder of ScanMyPhotos.com who visits with Fisher about the recent “bomb cyclone” and other natural disasters which are causing thousands to lose their most precious photos.

From the Extreme Genes website: Scott Fisher: Extreme Genes is a natural for Fisher, a Connecticut native, who has been in radio since his youth, and has spent three decades of spare time as a passionate “roots sleuth.” A long-time morning show host, Fisher is the author of “New York City Methodist Marriages, 1785-1893,” Picton Press, 1994. He has also been published in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Journal (April 2004), and Catholic Ancestor, Journal of the Catholic Family History Society of England (June 1996). His ten books on the families of both his and his wife’s ancestors, written over 30 years, fill the better part of a shelf in Fisher’s family room library. Fisher began Extreme Genes in July of 2013 on a single AM/FM station in Salt Lake City. Today the show is heard in dozens of markets across the country and is heard over 500,000 times a month. Fisher is also a national speaker on the subject of family history.

Click here to subscribe to Extreme Genes. Join the newsletter to receive the latest in family history.

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