Archived News and Awards

2011
TODAY’S COUNTDOWN TO THE HOLIDAYS - LAST MINUTE GIFTS
Jenn Falik, December 23, 2011

“All the photos from the holidays, you can put in this great little book.”

 
HOLIDAY CARDS FOR BUSY MOMS
Christina Holt, December 19, 2011

“Create or use your free account through Shutterfly.com to create or add a new holiday photo album. Include important or special pictures from 2011, import your email addresses and then send it off to your friends and family with a special note from your family. This allows your recipients a chance to view more than just a card—they get to peek at all your meaningful pictures and moments.”

 
HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE 43 - SHUTTERFLY REVIEW AND GIVEAWAY
December 15, 2011

“Every year since we’ve had kids we’ve used Shutterfly to create gifts for our parents and grandparents. Even though I appreciate the selection, the reason we keep coming back every year is the print quality. It’s great. Since I’ve been using Shutterfly for a while now, I thought I had discovered everything there was to know about it. Then recently I found out that Shutterfly has a Storytelling Destination that is designed to help teach people how to tell a story through a photo book. Each month there is different articles and tips, and Decembers is all about the family.”

 
AMY SEWELL’S STOCKING STUFFERS
Amy Sewell, December 15, 2011

“You want to give gifts that are personal that people won’t need to return. And Shutterfly has photo books that you can customize, as well as a variety of holidays and New Year’s cards. Now for the stockings you can do a small book; but you can also do a larger book. I actually do a photo book for my family every Christmas. These are very, very easy to do.”

 
12 DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS: DAY 8
Ellen DeGeneres, December 9, 2011

“This next gift is from a company that I love and we use a lot around here... With Shutterfly you can share your favorite memories by creating holiday cards, photo books and calendars.”

 
NEW TREND OF NEW YEAR’S CARDS EASES HOLIDAY BURDEN
Becky Sher, December 7, 2011

“‘New Year’s is a time to start fresh and wish family and friends well,’ says Meg Bohnert, card stylist for photo card website Shutterfly, which offers more than 70 New Year’s-appropriate card designs. ‘It’s an optimistic time for many and they want to express that in their holiday card and greeting.’”

 
HOLIDAY PHOTO CARDS: WHAT DO THEY SAY ABOUT YOU?
Samantha Critchell, December 1, 2011

“The right photo will look different for each family, and likely will be a different type each year, says Meg Bohnert, card stylist for Shutterfly, the online photo site. You’ll know it when you see it, she says. Her advice: You want a photo that is ‘in a moment.’”

 
GREAT GIFTS FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST
Irene Chan Kwon, December 2011

“With a personalized treat like these Photo Coasters, the doting grandparents will always have their eye on your kids.”

 
50 THINGS YOU’LL LOVE TO GIVE AND GET
December 2011

“A personalized deck of cards is sure to turn envious heads at the weekly bridge club meeting.”

 
50 GIFTS UNDER $50
Jonna Gallo, November 30, 2011

“A cheerful photo-note upgrade for any grocery or to-do list.”— Shutterfly notepads

 
MARK RUBASH KEEPS FOCUS ON GROWTH
November 18, 2011

“Mark Rubash has managed to keep online photo service Shutterfly Inc. focused on growing revenue and profit while remaining independent.

Since he joined the Redwood City company in 2007, its revenue has grown by about 65 percent to about $308 million in fiscal 2010, while profit grew 68 percent to about $173 million.”

 
HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE ‐ PHOTO GIFTS
Rachel Faucett, November 9, 2011

“This customizable luggage tag is the perfect gift to give dad so he always knows which bag is his. It attaches conveniently to suitcases, laptop bags, golf bags, backpacks, pet carriers, and more.”

 
6 WAYS TO SEND HOLIDAY CARDS ONLINE OR FROM YOUR PHONE
Kristy Korcz, November 9, 2011

“Shutterfly knows photos, but they also know holiday cards. There are a ton of designs and card types to choose from—folded, flat, photo and stationery—and all are reasonably priced.”

 
THE ULTIMATE BIRTHDAY PARTY
Darcy Miller, October 4, 2011

“My husband didn’t want the dogs in our apartment, but they had to come to the party so Shutterfly blew up photos and turned them into wall decals.”

 
CLASS HELPER
September 2011

“Thanks to Shutterfly’s new Share program, you can stay connected to your child’s class like never before. Teachers or parents can create an invite-only site where members sync up their Outlook, Google, or Apple calendar. This means you won’t forget about all of those class field trips, PTA meetings, and other activities. On top of that, members can post videos and photos from school events for everyone to view. For more details, visit shutterfly.com.”

 
GO-TO PHOTO SITES
September 2011

“Shutterfly—a breeze for you and the people you share photos with (no matter how technologically challenged). The express uploader can be made accessible from your desktop or browser and lets you easily drag and drop pictures. All the tools you need to organize, share, and order prints and cards are on one page; create or edit albums by dragging and dropping into familiar “folder” icons. When you’re ready to share, friends will get an email with a link they can click to see your shots—no password required. Bonus: Far-flung family members can order prints online, then pick them up at their local CVS, Target, or Walgreens.”

 
GETTING PICTURES OFF THE CAMERA AND INTO BOOKS
Paige McCoy Smith, June 28, 2011

“Getting pictures off of the screen and into a book is a problem that many of us parents have, but picture perfect parent Heather Maddan is here with some tips for properly preserving those precious moments in our lives.”

 
SANTA BARBARA RATED # 9 FOR MOST JOYOUS CITY IN THE U.S.
Shelby Rhodes, June 17, 2011

“Santa Barbara has made the top 10 for the most joyous city. The list was compiled by Shutterfly using factors such as graduations, the number of weddings, and the number of people who shared photos of their hometown with the website. ”

 
WEBSITE NAMES CORPUS CHRISTI EIGHTH MOST JOYOUS CITY IN NATION
Laura Garcia, June 17, 2011

“According to the company, a Joy Score is an average of four index scores for expected births, recent graduations, upcoming weddings and photo sharing on Shutterfly.com...Shutterfly created the scoring system to learn more about consumers’ photo behavior and how it relates to joy.”

 
BOSTON HIGH ON “JOY METER”
Lisa van der Pool, June 17, 2011

“Boston has been ranked as one of the top ten most joyous cities in the U.S., according to a new survey from the photo sharing service Shutterfly Inc.”

 
12 GREAT GIFTS FOR DAD
Kerri Winick, June 9, 2011

“Design your very own photo album, complete with customizable backgrounds and embellishments. Add unique captions, inside jokes, and more. You can even design the cover!”

 
SHUTTERFLY’S NEW “CUSTOM PATH” PHOTO BOOK-TURNING THOSE OLD PRINTS AND JPGS INTO REAL KEEPSAKES
Kathy Ceceri, June 3, 2011

“...I was really pleased with the Shutterfly experience. Putting together my first photo book was so addictive that after I completed the review copy Shutterfly provided me for free, I went back and made several different versions to give to other members of my family.”

 
DESIGN YOUR OWN PHOTO BOOK
Sue Emeta, May 26, 2011

“With Custom Path, you can tweak the size or orientation of any photo and even drop in text blocks wherever you want them. There’s a bunch of exciting new changes.”

 
HANDS-ON REVIEW: SHUTTERFLY’S CUSTOM PATH PHOTO BOOK MAKING PROCESS
Rachel King, May 19, 2011

“I would certainly recommend Shutterfly’s services for personal photo book making in the future.”

 
MINING FACEBOOK TO MAKE A REAL PHOTO ALBUM
Katherine Boehret, May 18, 2011

“Shutterfly’s Custom Path photo-book-making process automatically places photos onto book pages while allowing the book’s creator to tweak and adjust the book to a high degree.”

 
SMART PHONES CAN PUT YOU AT RISK
Tiernan McKay, May 17, 2011

“While the risks are real, you can still share your precious pics with loved ones, but avoid social networking sites to do so. A better option would be a secure, password protected personal site like a Share Site from Shutterfly.”

 
CUSTOM DIGITAL PHOTO BOOKS-AN WASY SCRAPBOOKING OPTION FOR BUSY PARENTS
Judy Berna, May 13, 2011

“I’ve always liked the styles of photo books that Shutterfly offered, but they’ve really ramped up their options with this new product.”

 
INNOVATIVE MOTHER’S DAY GIFTS FOR $50 OR LESS
Chassie Post, April 30, 2011

“Instead of another store-bought card in the mail for Grandma, create a personalized card!”

 
 
DOCUMENTING YOUR CHILD’S LIFE ONLINE
Jennifer White, April 29, 2011

“Shutterfly offers free unlimited space for your photos and no photo is deleted... ever.”

 
THE PERFECT MOTHER’S DAY: FRENCH TOAST, BACON AND JUST THE RIGHT CARD
Liz Gumbinner, April 24, 2011

“With a great card being a must (don’t all moms save all their cards?) CMP favorite, Shutterfly, has an incredible selection of Mother’s Day cards that will make any mom or grandma weak in the knees.”

 
9 FUN (AND EVEN FUNNY) REASONS TO SEND A PAPER BIRTHDAY INVITATION
Jessica Ashley, March 22, 2011

“Ahoy, mateys. Swashbucklers and land–lubbers will love these pirate–themed invitations that will surely lead to bounty of chocolate cake. The Shutterfly design is simple, gender–neutral, and at $1.03 and up, they’re quite a treasure.”

 
DEALBOOK: MORNING TAKE-OUT
March 22, 2011

“Shutterfly, the popular photo–sharing service, said it had agreed to buy the privately held card design company Tiny Prints in a $333 million cash–and–stock deal.”

 
SHUTTERFLY TO ACQUIRE TINY PRINTS TO BOOST STATIONERY SALES
Ari Levy, March 21, 2011
Picked–up by many outlets including the March 22nd San Francisco Chronicle

“‘Together, we (Shutterfly and Tiny Prints) will build on our portfolio of iconic brands and combine our passionate, entrepreneurial employees to truly transform the cards and stationery market,’ said Jeffrey Housenbold”

 
SHUTTERFLY TO BUY TINY PRINTS
Eric Savitz, March 21, 2011

“Housenbold thinks the company (Tiny Prints) has a huge opportunity in the printed card market.”

 
SHUTTERFLY LOOKS TO GAIN FROM SOCIAL MEDIA WITH $333 MLN DEAL
Bijoy Anandoth Koyitty, March 21, 2011

“Shutterfly said it agreed to buy privately held card design company Tiny Prints in a $333 million cash–and–stock deal. ‘Tiny Prints has a strong following. It is very well integrated into Facebook...that will help Shutterfly penetrate into the social media platform,’ Sidoti & Co analyst, James Cakmak said.”

 
SHUTTERFLY ACQUIRES ONLINE STATIONERY COMPANY TINY PRINTS FOR $333M IN CASH AND STOCK
Leena Rao, March 21, 2011

“The company (Tiny Prints) could be a fit within Shutterfly to combine photo sharing and printing with the stationery and printing business.”

 
SHUTTERFLY TO BUY CARD SITE IN $333M DEAL, RAISES 1Q SALES VIEW
Joan E. Solsman, March 21, 2011

“Shutterfly Inc. said it would buy a privately held operator of two online cards and stationery websites (Tiny Prints and Wedding Paper Divas) in a deal valued at $333 million. ‘We believe the integration of our businesses will create near–term and long–term opportunities for enhanced merchandising, accelerated product innovation and significant scale efficiencies in manufacturing, customer service and marketing,’ Shutterfly CEO, Jeff Housenbold said.”

 
SHUTTERFLY SAVE THE DATES GIVEAWAY!
March 9, 2011

“Shutterfly introduced new wedding stationery styles to its design-forward collection.”

 
A SECOND LIFE FOR BABY STUFF: SAY SAYONARA TO YOUR CHILD’S FIRST THINGS, WTHOUT TOSSING THEM INTO THE TRASH
March 2011

“Before you pass down or donate toys, take pics of her favorites and include in a softcover photo book. ($15 and up, Shutterfly.com).”

 
10 WAYS TO ASK YOUR BRIDESMAIDS
Jaimie Dalessio, February 27, 2011

“[Shutterfly’s] Wink combines a few favorite photos with each friend onto photo strips and includes personalized messages on the backs.”

 
12 GREAT INVITATION WEBSITES: IT’S TIME TO SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT YOUR LITTLE (OR LARGE) GET–TOGETHER WITH PARTY INVITES SUIT EVERY STYLE
Krissy Tiglias, February 22, 2011

“Shutterfly...if you’re looking to add a photo to your invitation, then this is your go–to shop”

 
AMERICA’S 20 MOST POWERFUL CEOS, 40 AND UNDER
Jacquelyn Smith, February 14, 2011

“These young chief executives are the heads of the country’s biggest publicly traded companies by market capitalization, as of Feb. 11, with CEOs 40 and under.” (Jeff Housenbold listed at number 16)

 
GIFTS A LA CARD
Christina Tynan–Wood, February 2011

“Last–minute need not mean impersonal–[Shutterfly] can turn uploaded photos into posters, canvas prints, books and more.”

 
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