Monday, March 30, 2009

Shutterstock, World’s Largest Royalty-Free, Subscription-Based Stock Image Provider, Now Offers Website and Customer Support in Russian

Shutterstock Expands Services to Appeal to Rapidly Expanding Base of Subscribers in Russian-Speaking Countries

New York – March 26, 2009 - Shutterstock® ( just announced that its website is now available in Russian. This newly translated site makes it easier for the creative community in Russian-speaking countries to access Shutterstock’s extensive collection of royalty-free photos, vectors, and illustrations.

In addition to offering the website in Russian, Shutterstock also has a dedicated Russian-speaking support team available to answer any questions subscribers may have.

Shutterstock's extensive library of over 6 million photos, vectors, and illustrations continues to grow by more than 70,000 new images a week, providing subscribers with a constant stream of fresh content. Combined with its innovative subscription plans and affordable pricing structure, Shutterstock continues to serve a rapidly expanding global customer base.

"Our goal is to make Shutterstock as accessible as possible to the international design community,” said Jon Oringer, Shutterstock founder and CEO. “Offering our services to Russian-speaking subscribers is another positive step forward in that direction, as visitors can now browse, subscribe, and download images in Russian if they prefer.”

Subscribers can set their language preference to Russian, and new visitors with IP addresses in Russian-speaking countries will automatically view the site in Russian.

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