Print images from websites with Touchnote

'Touchnote This' button available on a number of sites

Touchnote is offering website owners the chance to add a 'Touchnote This' button to their sites that will let web users turn images on their site into greetings cards with one click.

Any publisher interested in adding the function to their site should simply contact Touchnote through its website to receive the code.

Touchnote also said it plans to post the code online in future so it can be downloaded by any website that would like to include the function.

Raam Thakrar, CEO, Touchnote said: "By giving amateur photographers and creative web publishers like Photofunia the ability to generate revenue from something they love, we feel we are filling a gap in the market. We already offer our customers a bank of over 800 images, and of course the option to use their own images, but the 'Touchnote This' feature gives our customers even more choice".

See also: Touchnote provides direct access to Facebook albums

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