Share Digital Photo Albums on Facebook and Twitter

Share Your Photo Books on Facebook and Twitter

It’s so easy to make photo books on Lifephoto.com. Inexpensive, too. (2-page softcover photo books are $6.95.) But now you can simply put a link to your photo books on Facebook and Twitter so your friends can view your book in a “turning page” digital photo album preview format. (pictured at right)

Great Sharing Tool for Party Photo Books

Below is an example of someone who created an easy photo book from a Meatloaf Party that a group of friends hosted. When FB friends link on “Meatloaf Trowdown Book,” they are taken to the previewer. Those who link to it can view every page and, if they want, order a copy of the book themselves. No obligation, though. You can see the actual Facebook post below:

Share Digital Photo Albums on Twitter

You can also share your albums on Twitter. Use the same link or get the shortened URL on http://bit.ly/.

Share Your Photo Albums by E-Mail, Too

Another easy sharing option is to e-mail the link to your family and friends — right from the Lifephoto site. The same link that you would use to post on Facebook also gives e-mail recipients the same “turning page” previewer of your photo book.

Make a photo book and share it today!

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3 Responses to Share Digital Photo Albums on Facebook and Twitter

  1. Owen Norenberg January 28, 2010 at 5:59 pm #

    very good post, I’m Happy I stumbled your post. I’ll bookmark your site so I can go with it again someday.

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