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Hermes iPhone 5S Leather Case.Apple iPad Mini Case,Michael Kors iPhone 5 Case,Coach iPhone 4S Case,Michael Kors iPhone 4 Leather Case. Hermes iPhone 5S Leather Case Picture at Shutterfly SAN FRANCISCO By its count, Shutterfly has seen more than a thousand photo startups and challengers come and go. Now it crosses another one off its list. More than 500,000 Kodak Gallery customers became official Shutterfly customers Monday after the Redwood City, Calif., company purchased part of the bankrupt Eastman Kodak Co. last month for $23.8 million. The acquisition marks the latest move by Shutterfly to establish itself as the dominant source online for saving, sharing and publishing digital photos, cards and gifts. In its 12 years, it has weathered a dot com bust, an economic crisis and upstarts from Flickr to Facebook. Yet last year, it made $473.3 million in revenues, $14 million in net income and processed 12.5 million orders. "We were pioneers in this space in 1999, and we've continued to be pioneers," Shutterfly CEO said. "Our model is to become the next Apple, not the latest one hit wonder with no revenue model." On Shutterfly, customers upload digital photos into their online album, order prints and turn them into Christmas cards, photo books, blankets and even iPhone cases. They can also share photos privately with friends and family, their child's classroom or soccer team. The online photo landscape has evolved since Shutterfly's early days, when it was launched to tap into the emerging popularity of digital cameras and photos. cellphone subscribers also carry smartphones with cameras. Its biggest direct rival is Other startups are also nipping at its heels, such as Blurb, a San Francisco custom book publishing site, and Hipstamatic, a San Francisco mobile photo app that lets users order prints. There's also CafePress and Vistaprint, which offer custom merchandise. Then there's Facebook, where an average of more than 300 million photos are uploaded and shared each day and which last month said it would buy the mobile photo sharing app Instagram for $1 billion. On Thursday, Facebook unveiled an Instagram like camera app for the iPhone. "They've lost photo sharing traffic to Facebook," said , associate director of Internet , a marketing and research firm. But photo sharing, he said, isn't Shutterfly's bread and butter. "Shutterfly is not in the photo sharing business. They're in the output business," he said. "They remain the best channel to order prints and custom merchandise." Housenbold said that he doesn't see Facebook as a rival, since it lets people link Facebook accounts to Shutterfly and order products using photos from Facebook. Instead, Housenbold has much bigger ambitions for Shutterfly. In particular, he's taking aim at an estimated $35 billion market of the greeting card, stationery, calendar, scrapbooking and photo album industries. To that end, Shutterfly acquired Tiny Prints for $333 million last year. It also launched Treat last month, a custom greeting cards site. Over the years, it has also absorbed customers from defunct photo sites. Last year, for example, it acquired customers of American Greetings' PhotoWorks. Monday was the last day for Kodak Gallery customers to decide if they don't want to join Shutterfly. The company estimates that of the more than 1 million Kodak Gallery customers, 500,000 to 600,000 customers will move to Shutterfly over the next few months..

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