Share Your Pain: Issues Sharing Photos Across Multiple Social Networks

If you share photos on multiple social sites – facebook, twitter, 500px, flickr, pinterest, or any of the many others out there – I'd like to talk with you about the issues you encounter and how the experience could be made better. If you'd like to be part of this conversation, you can comment below or email me at Thanks!

— Jack

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  1. I admit having a hard time keeping up with all of it Jack. I spend enough time in front of a computer as it is. It uses to be there were only the photo forums to visit, keep up with, and share things. Then everyone started their own blogs, then the social sites. Now there are dozens of social sites, and each with its own audience. What I find interesting is the very fundamental characteristics in human behavior translate across the electrons just as much as face to face interaction. The same clicky groups exist, the quid-pro-quo relationships, the attention queens, self proclaimed experts, marketing hounds, and even genuine friendships. Except behind the mask of electrons, it can be hard to tell one from the other.
    I know I can only absorb and contribute so much, and then it is off to the woods for listening to the original tweets. 🙂

  2. Hey, Mark –
    Agreed on all points! 🙂 I have basically-unused accounts on several social networks, which is what got me thinking of building software to let me automate posting of photos… We’ll see where that goes… :^D

    — Jack

  3. Jack,

    Curious to hear what your thinking of here. I’ve had this same issue for many years now and tried (about 4 years ago) to build something to solve that. And in the past 4 years things have only gotten more complicated… Perhaps multiple minds working together can crack that code?

  4. I’ve been thinking about writing some software to (semi) automate the process of posting photos to the various sites & social networks, but their APIs (Application Programming Interfaces, for any non-programmers reading this) are pretty spotty, and in fact Pinterest shut theirs down completely. So, I’m not sure how practical this would be…

    — Jack

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