Share Feature Now Added to Gallery Images!
September 21, 2009 12:15 pm
We are giving YOU the option to share your Gallery Images throughout the web!
Want to share your exquisite Gallery works with the rest of the world? We have now made it easier for you to do so using the SHARE This feature! As we have already done with the product pages in the MarketPlace, the Gallery Image details page will now have a SHARE button available to you as an option for each of your images. This option is disabled by default, so if you are interested in adding the SHARE button to any of your gallery images you will need to edit each image to enable the button.
What does the SHARE button do for you? The SHARE button is a feature that allows you and your gallery viewers to spread the word about your work to over 50 different social networking sites, which will in turn generate more traffic to your gallery! Sites listed within the SHARE This feature include:
This is a quick and easy way for you to showcase your works across the social networking spectrum without spending all the extra time to do it one site at a time! Not interested in having the SHARE button on your gallery pages? The option is disabled by default, so you don't have to do any extra work to keep the feature off of your pages.
Questions? Contact Renderosity Admin at email@example.com. As always, thank you for sharing your amazing artwork with us at Renderosity!
While it may be nice to share our images, it also means more opportunities for thieves to steal our work and claim it as their own. Not all of us can afford digital copyright embedding on our images. As I also do not visit these sites, I've no desire to have my images posted there.
Oh, this is just a treat for the art stealers. No way you'll catch me "sharing" anything with anybody. If people want to be updated on what's new with me they can check my gallery. Plain and simple. If you do intend on keeping this feature, maybe try something with an automatic watermark to better protect your members. Because there are some of us that, you know, want to make this a career and stuff.
I would not want to hear anyone complain about someone on another site claiming authorship of an image shared..it will happen. I will not use the button and if I did the render would not be easily appreciated for the many watermarks across it. I want my gallery accessible by members here only and will not be sharing my work without great caution exercised.