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Twenty20 Releases Crowdsourced Commercial Image Catalog
Stock Imagery,User-generated Content,Purchase Images,Mobile Developers
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Twenty20 Releases Crowdsourced Commercial Image Catalog

Richard Harris Richard Harris in Marketing & Promotion Monday, March 2, 2015

Twenty20, which provides crowdsourced, real-world imagery, has announced that it’s launching out of beta to offer a mobile-oriented, crowdsourced approach to stock imagery, connecting businesses with legal user-generated content.

Twenty20 has created an app where consumers can make money from their personal photos by uploading their images directly to the platform. Twenty20’s platform now offers more than 45 million photos from over 250,000 contributors in 154 countries. 

Mobile developers looking for content can purchase images on the platform as one-off images or through a monthly subscription. Twenty20 takes care of the legal process around purchasing and marketing user-generated photos with every image on the platform is vetted by an in-house legal team.

Read more: https://www.twenty20.com/catalog

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