|Description||Photo sharing with revenue sharing.|
Razzi is a free service that allows photographers to get paid for uploading and sharing their photos.
Founded in March 2010, Razzi takes YouTube’s idea of revenue sharing for video content and expands it to photography. Instead of taking all of the ad revenue like other photo sharing sites, Razzi shares its ad revenue with the users. This model opens a new lucrative revenue stream for celebrities and professional photographers.
Razzi has a streamlined interface that keeps the site easy to use in a feature-rich environment. Unlimited uploads, privacy control, sharing options (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr), drag and drop photo/album editor, and original file access are some of the features available. In Razzi’s independent social network environment, users can view their friends’ activity and interact through commenting, private messaging, and liking photos.
In November 2011, Razzi for iOS was released. This app includes the following features:
Independent self-funded Orlando-based business.