Depositphotos’ library hits 11 million files

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Depositphotos microstock agency has grown at a record pace in 2012, more than doubling its stock content library size.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, December 11, 2012 – Depositphotos, the fastest-growing microstock agency in the world, hits 11 million files milestone.

More than 150,000 high-quality stock files are uploaded to Depositphotos’ website on a weekly basis. In December 2011, the agency’s library contained 5 million images; therefore, in the course of one year Depositphotos managed to more than double the number of files available for sale.

 

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The demand of our clients is growing, and our primary goal is to provide them with the biggest possible variety of photographs, vector images and videos. We are also continuing development of website functionality in order to make working with Depositphotos as convenient as possible,” says Chief Operating OfficerIgor Kaliuzhnyi.

More than 11 million files in Depositphotos’ library marks the successful completion of a year. I would like to express our gratitude to all the photographers, illustrators and videographers who contributed to Depositphotos, as well as to our more than 800,000 customers. We are positive that in the next year Depositphotos’ pace of growth will keep on increasing,” says Vadim Nekhai, Chief Marketing Officer of Depositphotos.

About Depositphotos Inc.

Depositphotos is the fastest-growing microstock agency in the world. Currently, it offers over 11 million stock photographs, vector images, and videos sold under royalty-free licenses. Depositphotos’ library is increased daily by thousands of files, carefully screened and selected by moderators. The company is headquartered in Florida, USA, and has business offices in Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Ukraine and Russia.

For more information, please visit http://depositphotos.com/, and follow Depositphotos on Facebook or @Depositphotos on Twitter.

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