Clickasnap vs Flickr 2020 review

Many photographers who come across our photo sharing site Clickasnap are already likely to be using a photo sharing platform. The vast majority of these are likely to be users of Flickr. Recently Flickr was bought by Smugmug and since this has ocurred they have restricted the free accounts to a maximum of 1,000 photos. To get round this users have to sign up to a Pro account, annually charged at £49.99 per year. Clickasnap charges £48 per year (or £5 per month) for it’s Pro account. But just what’s the difference between the two platforms? Which one invests in new technologies to protect your imagery? Which one provides automated marketing software? To find out, take a couple of minutes to watch this video produced by one of our users and learn about our platform

Clickasnap vs Flickr

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