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Shawn Borsky@shawnborsky · Design Lead, Mobile - Blizzard
Solid site. Thats a crowded space to attack. It makes me ask : What is the USP vs. Offset, Death to Stock Photos, Stocksy, MediaBakery, Filter and Format, New Old, SuperFamous, Snapwire, etc? My thought is that your USP is the flat-fee photo. If it were me. I would somehow put that front and center because everyone else has the categories and search bar with some photos shown. Also a personal opinion. The name Foap is short and memorable. You are diluting your brand strength with the addition of Missions and Market on the same hierarchy level as the name. I was expecting to see a big ol' "FOAP" : Real Stock Photos -- Anyway, my 2 cents. Ill def. put ya'll on my list of sites to check for "real" stock though.
John Murch@johnmurch · Developer/Marketer
I do like the category view, but how is it different than all the other stock photo sites?
Greg GilbertHunter@gregoiregilbert · I make products and run companies.
@johnmurch royalty free doesn't mean free. Just that you don't have to pay royalties when using these pictures. In this case, only a one-time payment is required. For free to use picture, I'd say you should look for cc (creative common) licensed pictures
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
It's embarrassing how much time I've spent hunting for the right photo for a blog post. I'm fond of Compfight but Foap also looks very useful. cc'ing @francoismat who used to be working on a product in this area. P.S. Maybe it's just me and maybe I'm immature but "foap" sounds dirty. Curious where the name came from.
David Los@los_david · CEO, Foap
Hi guys! I am here for some Q&A's - just shoot the questions and I will try my best to answer. Foap provides authentic stock photos for the social age. High quality photos are not so useful in today's social media channels - they don't speak to real people. That's why we created Foap. "Everyday life", "real", "natural", "authentic" photos excist everywhere - but there is no commercial layer on top of them. That's why we created Foap, a social photo app, attached to a marketplace where normal people can make money out of their photos. Have a look on how Candy Crush is using Foap photos on their Facebook: (The "real" photos are from Foap) https://www.facebook.com/candycr... Cheers, David