MySpace And HP Launch Online Print Service

Posted: Oct 8 2008, 3:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:54am CDT, in Other Stuff


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MySpace and HP launch online Print Service

MySpace and HP announced plans to integrate HP printing technology across multiple areas on MySpace, including all photo sections.
This relationship is intended to enhance the MySpace experience and enable millions of consumers to print the photo sections, personal profiles, blog entries, comments and messages stored on their MySpace profiles and share them offline in new and exciting ways.
The first stage of the companies’ collaboration is expected to include an HP-branded print button that enables MySpace users to preview and print photos directly from their MySpace profiles. This includes photos in the blogs, comments and mail sections. In the future, the companies expect to provide the ability to create and print personalized merchandise with photos from MySpace.

MySpace has approximately 4 billion images currently on its platform from the more than 120 million users worldwide that use the site to connect with people, content and culture.
MySpace traffic recently hit an all-time high with domestic unique users and engagement in August, according to comScore, seeing approximately 76 million users domestically—each averaging more than 4 hours on the site every month.

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