World’s Biggest Photo Sites Gets Unexpected Serious Competition

September 3, 2010

COPENHAGEN, September 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — The world’s largest online
video and photo exchange services – Flickr, Photobucket, Facebook, Smugmug,
Picasa, Youtube, Vimeo – are suddenly facing serious competition from a
completely unexpected contender – the barely 4-month-old service, Mejuba.
Mejuba has been catapulted to success in the USA by the American consumer
service Buxr, which named http://www.mejuba.com as one of the world’s 10 best
free photo services, together with the more familiar names above.

Following Buxr’s announcement of the world’s 10 best photo and video
services, users are flowing in large numbers to Mejuba – and for very good

Mejuba’s 100% free service for photo and video enthusiasts has absolutely
no restrictions on the number of photos or videos or file size users can
upload. Furthermore, there are no restrictions on the monthly traffic and no
scaling of uploaded photos and videos – Mejuba will even store the originals
of resized or edited media. Therefore Mejuba is often used as a backup of
photos and videos while the users share them with friends and family. “Using
Mejuba is without any limits and boundaries,” says its founder, Danish IT
engineer Nicolai Busekist.

Throughout the world people are becoming increasingly aware of the
negative consequences of uploading sensitive information such as photos or
videos to services like Facebook. Facebook users, in particular, may enjoy
moving their photos and videos to Mejuba, where they will have full control
over who can see them.

For more information please contact: support@mejuba.com, +45-40-600-690

SOURCE Mejuba.com

Source: newswire

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