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Many people email me every week and ask me to tell them a little about the Support This Blog links I have listed on this site. So today I want to tell you a little about a cool photo sharing/storage site that I use that you might enjoy and also support this site in the process.

I’ve tried trial version of about a half-dozen photo sharing/storage sites and SMUGMUG is by far the best. There are numerous reasons why I LOVE SMUGMUG which I listed below. The age old saying is you get what you paid for. In the crowded field of online photo sharing services, SMUGMUG has been everything I ever needed and then some.

If you want to try out the service free for 14-days and get $5 off a new membership, use this link:
http://www.smugmug.com/?referrer=Tm1HMVMcu3q0k

Hey, it’s free, and you don’t even need to provide a credit card. Why not try it?

Things I love about Smugmug and why I chose it over other competing services:

  • They allow you to try the service free for 14 days. You can try EVERY feature they offer without any restrictions
  • Your photos are safe and secure. They keep 4 backup copies of each photo in 3 states so you’ll always have access to them
  • You can lock galleries with passwords to keep them private
  • Smugmug doesn’t send you SPAM and there are NO ADS on the site
  • You can share your photos with friends & family without them having to register with Smugmug
  • A+ customer service. It’s fast, friendly, and professional
  • Basic account offers UNLIMITED storage
  • Prints can be ordered right from Smugmug. No need to get them ordered with a different company
  • Comments, tags, keywords, and compatibility with blogs and forums – very convenient!
  • Video clips are allowed with a Power User account
  • Very helpful and friendly forum called “Digital Grin” who can answer just about any photo related question you can think of
  • The company is FAMILY OWNED and not run by some internet conglomerate like Yahoo or Kodak
  • Company has always been profitable so there’s no risk of them going out of business then you lose all your files

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