Joins NAPO (Natl Assn Professional Organizers)

NAPO is a group of about 4,200 professional organizers dedicated to helping individuals and businesses bring order and efficiency to their lives. The vision is to have the world recognize the value of organizing and turn to NAPO as the leading organizing authority. Its mission is to develop, lead, and promote professional organizers and the organizing industry.

In addition to serving professional organizers, like the services provided by to unclutter and digitize generations of analog family photo memories , NAPO aims to help consumers and those interested in becoming professional organizers.

NAPO is also a national member of the National Preparedness Month coalition. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security sponsors National Preparedness Month annually in September. It’s never too early to begin planning for these public-awareness campaigns.

At, we provide year-round help in preparing and protecting your family’s entire photo history from natural disasters, decay, fading and even the damage caused by a family divorce, where photos are often, otherwise neglected or unable to be divided. Other easy-to-use services include instantly and affordable online photo ordering, custom photo albums, folded photo greeting cards, custom photo restoration, Kodak Picture Movie DVDs to share your photos on TV, and hundreds of other photo imaging services.

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National Association of Professional Organizers, Since 1990

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Ring us, 24/7 on the free instantly help desk, the international photo imaging and scanning company, based in Irvine, Calif. has joined The National Association of Professional Organizers as an Associate Member.


Free Return FedEx Ground Delivery – Recession Buster


Free FedEx Ground shipping for all pay-per-1,000 photo scanning orders totaling $250 or more from Now, through June 6th, receive free FedEx Ground return shipping on your Pay-per-1,000 photo scanning order when it totals $250 or more and you type in on the order form* the code:
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*Offer valid only on Pay-per-1,000 photo scanning orders and promo code must be entered in order form to redeem. Offer not valid for any other service and cannot be combined with any other offer, nor applied to orders already submitted/completed. US domestic orders only. Received order must be post marked by June 6th.
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We received this email: “ has selected for the ‘Photo 100’ list of the web’s best photography sites.”

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EXTENDED: 1,000 FREE photo scans for Twitter®, Facebook®, other networks

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FREE PHOTO SCANNING Through May 1, 2009. Here is one of those hidden treasures in appreciate for reading our blog. Check back often for other super-special deals. The best word-of-mouth promotion is when we help each other. Just share your experience from having® preserve up to 1,000 4×6″ photos and the scanning is on us. It is instant (same day scanning) and free – pay just $19.95 for return S&H.

What is the catch?

We just ask that you post a candid review of your experience on one of the leading social networking sites. Are you a Facebook-aholic? Mad about MySpace? Flocking to Flickr? Batty for Blogger? Typing on Twitter? Thinking on WordPress? Well, good for you, because is again offering its popular free photo scanning just for social network lovers. Current members of Twitter®, Facebook®, MySpace®, Blogger®, WordPress® and Flickr® can have up to 1,000 4×6″ non-copyrighted photos scanned and saved digitally without any charge for the service. Network socialites still have to pay $19.95 for shipping and handling. This super affordable and fast photo scanning service alone usually costs $49.95.

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Mitch Goldstone, president and CEO of® said the networkers get such a rich deal because they “represent the most cutting-edge and innovative group of consumers. Just like, they are tech-savvy and always seeking to catch the next wave of excitement and help create the type of buzz that launched the iPhone and other popular Internet-age products and compelling services.”

The deal ends on May 1st and cannot be applied to prior orders and only can be used for standard photographic print scans. But, you can add on all types of other innovative paid services, like:




Free photo scanning applies only to current members of Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, WordPress, Blogger and Flickr to scan up to 1,000 4×6″ non-copyrighted photo snapshots, plus pay standard shipping and handing fee of $19.95. Valid only for direct mail customers in the U.S. Limited to one complimentary scanning service per person / address. Cannot be combined with other orders. Expires on May 1, 2009. The completed official order form must accompany your mailed in photos (no walk-in free scanning service is available).

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Photographs must comply with ordering requirements and be loose, non-copyrighted, out of envelopes and albums and without any sticky glue, curls, non-horizontal or standard Polaroid-type shapes, or other conditions that would impede scanning.

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To start, click here to download the official order form

You must fulfill your end of the deal by writing a blog-posting to review your experience on one of those social networking sites mentioned above within five-days after receiving your completed order, or you will be charged the $49.95 scanning fee. pioneered a new way to affordably and quickly digitize millions of analog pictures by commercializing KODAK’s document imaging scanners.


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Instantly Save 10% on Your Next Prepaid Order (up to $25), Promo Code: “Twitter”

Want to instantly save 10% on your next prepaid box order, plus 10% off our entire menu of add-on prepaid services from (up to $25)?

Pay about $212 to scan about 6,000 photos with free S&H and same day service – that’s under two-cents per scan when you get the free extra box (buy 2-get -the-3rd-free, plus and extra 10% off, up to $25). Use this promo code at checkout: “Twitter”
Also use the “Twitter” 10% discount promo code for all online photo print, photo album and greeting card orders at the online photo center. Mention Twitter to also save 10% towards all future in-store Kodak photo kiosk order at our Irvine, Calif.-based retail photo center.

Since 1990, all photo imaging orders have been processed, fulfilled and mailed back from Orange County, Calif. Before ordering, use our free 24/7 Live Support help desk to instantly help answer any questions. Click here.

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Discounts cannot be applied to previously placed orders and some restrictions apply.


What’s Your Favorite Photo?


President Barack Obama presented Queen Elizabeth II with an iPod during his European visit. This got us to thinking: if you could add one picture to Her Majesty The Queen’s iPod gift what would it be? The scene on January 20th during the inauguration on the mall in Washington D.C.? A photo of your family from decades ago gathered at the gates in front of Buckingham Palace that was digitized at

Having scanned tens of millions of photos since 1990, can think of many special pictures to share. Follow us on Twitter and post the picture you want to share with Her Majesty The Queen. With technology today, who knows, perhaps she will be surfing the Net and come across your photo to add to her iPod. After all, The 82-year-old Queen is known to present visiting dignitary with a signed photo of herself and Prince Philip in a silver frame.

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