There are a number of ways to display or promote GeoSnapShot photos online. These links allow participants to see photos directly from a website or Facebook page enabling more traffic and quick access for photos to be purchased.

1: Access to all photos from each event

Sharing photos from a single event is very easy.

Simply go to the event management page for the event and copy the “Quick link”.

You will find this link located in the promotion tab on the left hand side along with suggested wording for pre and post event photo promotion.

note: the link is the same for both forms of promotion.

This link can then be used in any Facebook post, blog or website as a link to the photos.

In a website, an image can also be used along with the quick link to give more focus to the photos.

An example of a quick link is:

http://www.geosnapshot.com/e/manly-festival-of-surf-sports

2: Access to all photos from your club

Event Organisers can set up a club name in their profile page. The club name is used to create a link to all photos from events you've created.
An example link is https://www.geosnapshot.com/org/TheRaceOrganiser

To embed an iframe in this case the code would be:

<iframe
src="https://www.geosnapshot.com/org/TheRaceOrganiser?embed=true" style="width:100%;height:800px;border:1px solid #e6e7e8;">
</iframe>

3: Embedding photos in your website for a single event

GeoSnapShot offers the ability for any photos to be embedded into other peoples website.

This could be a Photographers own website or clubs photo page on their website. You can even use it to create a “photos” tab your Facebook page.

Embedding photos enables anyone to drive traffic to their own website rather than GeoSnapShot to view and purchase photos.

The embedding process is very easy. You simply need to add one line of HTML code to your webpage. If you have any issues please contact us and we’ll help you with the process.

Generic code:

<iframe
src="<LINK TO YOUR PHOTOS>?embed=true" style="width: 100%;height: 98%;border: 1px solid #e6e7e8;">
</iframe>


In the code above, simply replace  <LINK TO YOUR PHOTOS>  with the link to your photos.

Example:

If the link to my photos is:

https://www.geosnapshot.com/e/siec-summer-classic

the code would be:

<iframe 
src="https://www.geosnapshot.com/e/siec-summer-classic?embed=true" style="width: 100%;height: 98%;border: 1px solid #e6e7e8;">
</iframe>

3) Single link to “text search”

https://www.geosnapshot.com/find_photos?event=raw

or, another example

https://www.geosnapshot.com/find_photos?event=raw%20challenge

(Note if you are going to embed this using the link below you need a & at the end i.e.

https://www.geosnapshot.com/find_photos?event=raw%20challenge&

5: Access to an individual photographers photos

Photos from an individual photographer can also be displayed on Facebook or a web page. This is useful for sharing all the photos you have posted on GeoSnapShot. See examples below

http://www.geosnapshot.com/find_photos?photographer=<Photographername>

https://www.geosnapshot.com/find_photos?photographer=Andy%20Edwards

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