None of us upload our images on social media and expect to get paid for doing so. We’re much more interested in the praise from family and friends or even the gloating value of a particular shot. Klink is a new photo social networking site that promises to put an end to free photo posting, paying you if you generate many views.
Klink has just launched its iOS app, and it allows users to publish still images and videos that are up to 20 seconds long directly from their iOS device’s camera, or camera roll. The app will then pay said users around $2 for every 1,000 unique photo views. To make things easier for yourself, you can share photos with other Klink users as well as your friends on other social networks.
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You can also feature your photo on the “Featured” feed for $0.99 as an in-app purchase… If you’re good enough and generate a great deal of views, you can also get a “Creators” tab on the app’s home screen!
Along with images, you can also upload videos after creating your own montages within the app or simply sharing a video that you create at any time. The app even gives you the opportunity to post slow motion videos or videos in reverse.
Image search is done with a smart graph API system that recognises images without users having to categorise them. You can download Klink for free on the App Store today. It’s also open as a Beta on Android.
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