GoSite, the platform helping small businesses transition online, has secured a deal with Shutterstock, a leading global technology company offering a creative platform for high-quality content, tools and services.
By integrating Shutterstock’s collection of quality images into GoSite’s digital platform, customers will be able to improve their digital footprint and strengthen their commercial appeal.
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“It’s essential now more than ever for small businesses to have a way to engage with and serve their customers online,” said GoSite CEO Alex Goode. “Making our customers stand out online is an important objective for our team, so we’re excited to partner with Shutterstock to make high-quality images available to our customers, directly within our platform.”
Shutterstock provides quality images, expansive thematic collections, and streamlined technical integration capabilities that will integrate into GoSite’s Sites product. The professional, high-quality images offered will elevate the websites and brands of GoSite’s active merchants.
With 50 percent of the nation’s small businesses without a website and the digital ability to connect with customers in the COVID era, the seamless integration of Shutterstock within the GoSite platform will help expedite the launch timeline of new and improved websites and help owners keep their businesses going.
“As many small, locally-owned businesses pivot online, websites have become the new storefront,” said Larry Xu, vice president of engineering at GoSite. “Not only did integrating Shutterstock’s API offer a seamless technology experience, but it also provides our customers with curated, high-quality images that help them showcase their products and services.”
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