Shutterstock is a leading provider of stock images and video, with an extensive collection of over 33 million images. Add the Shutterstock API mini to your website to dynamically and contextually display images and video clips.
Santa Ana, CA, USA., April 18, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -
Creative professionals worldwide depend on Shutterstock for an outstanding selection of royalty-free stock photos and videos. This service provides access to more than 33 million images and 1,3 million video clips.
Shutterstock's Affiliate API mini lets website owners display images on their sites dynamically and contextually. By referring creative customers to Shutterstock using the API mini, site owners can monetize their traffic and improve the appearance of their sites with minimal additional effort. After installing the Shutterstock API mini on a website, images or video clips will be automatically chosen from Shutterstock's huge archive of stock images and stock footage. The content displayed is based on the contents of the webpage.
Additionally, the owner of the website will earn 20% on purchases they refer using Shutterstock's images and videos. The API mini size is fully customizable, with sizes ranging from 90 to 1,200 pixels.
Shutterstock offers perfect solutions for a wide variety of web designers and online marketers. Anyone who requires access to an extensive archive of images, infographics and video clips will find practically everything they need here. For affiliates, Shutterstock differs from the competition by offering a user-friendly API, and generous commissions that come from high-volume sales. Site owners can greatly improve the appearance of almost any website while also increasing opportunities to monetize traffic. Visit http://affiliate.shutterstock.com to learn more, or http://widget.shutterstock.com/wizard
to create your own API mini.
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