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Cutcaster speaking at ASPP event in Boston- Come Join us

For all the Boston and Northeast Cutcaster’s out there, John will be speaking at an ASPP (American Society of Picture Professionals) event on Thursday October 8, 2009 at 6:00 – 8:30pm at Pearson Educations office building. The event will cover new licensing models and the best ways to price your content so it is right up Cutcaster’s alley. It will be held at Pearson Education’s offices in Boston on the 9th Floor in the Cafeteria, so come hungry for food and knowledge ;-).

The panelist include:

John Griffin, CEO, Cutcaster
John founded Cutcaster in 2008, a community based marketplace for buying, selling and requesting digital media content.
www.cutcaster.com

Pat Hunt, Managing Director of Huntstock
Pat Hunt is a writer and workshop leader for the stock photo industry, and managing Director of Huntstock in Boston.

Rob Sylvan, Site Director for iStockphoto.com
Rob is a photographer, trainer, author and web developer. Â In addition to being NAPP’s Lightroom Helpdesk Specialist, he also writes the “Under the Loupe” column for Photoshop User magazine.

Christopher Kenneally, Director, Creative Relations, Copyright Clearance Center
At the CCC, Chris is responsible for organizing and hosting programs that address the business needs of authors and publishers. He will be speaking on behalf of ozmo.com

Jean Howard, Account Executive, Editorial Sales for Aurora Photos
Jean entered the stock photography world at Stock, Boston where she became the Manager of Research and Editing. She has been with Aurora since the summer of 2003.

And the Moderator is Mark Ippolito
Mark has held senior leadership positions with Digital Railroad, Getty Images, Corbis, PhotoDisc, and Comstock. In January 2009 he founded a consulting service in marketing and business development for clients in digital media and online advertising.

Thanks to Sharon Donahue, Mark Ippolito and everyone at ASPP.  It’s going to be a marvelous event and see you all on Thursday, October 8, 2009 at 6:00 – 8:30 pm in Beantown.

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How to use Cutcaster Credits?

Buying credits to purchase images and illustrations at Cutcaster gives you one more way to download and manage your desired files at a discount. When a user has available credits in their Cutcaster Credit account, they are able to control their budget and immediately download images or vectors from the site without having to checkout everytime. It’s two simple clicks.

On the user’s MyCart page, if the user clicks on the checkout button it will go directly to the usual checkout page where they have two options to pay. The first option is “pay-as-you-go,” which allows you to download any of the content on the site using any major credit card. The second option is buying credits in bulk and then using them. If, however, the users Available Credits are less than the Total Amount of the items in their cart, they can use a credit card to purchase the files or more credits to use. But if the user’s Available Credits are greater than the Total amount, the users can choose between using their Cutcaster Available Credits or just use their credit card.

If you are interested in using your purchased credits with a Cutcaster Corporate Account that will allow you to manage multiple sub-users, allocate credits to each sub-user and have access to customizable analytics, see this comparison of the different purchasing options at Cutcaster or email webmaster@cutcaster.com.

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