4over’s Zarik Megerdichian Creates New Media Sharing Service, ArtArena
GLENDALE, Calif.—May 27, 2015—Announcing a brand new media sharing service called ArtArena where anyone can buy, sell and share media with fellow ArtArena members and guests. More than just a stock photography site, the new Website and app gives contributors 70 percent commission on everything they sell—the highest in the industry. Others may offer just 30 percent or less. In addition, contributors have the freedom to price their own art. They can match ArtArena’s $0.99 stock photo price, or choose a price of their own. It’s up to the contributor.
“One of the primary benefits of ArtArena is that the majority of the revenue goes back to the artist,” explained ArtArena Founder Zarik Megerdichian. Megerdichian is known by many as the founder and CEO of 4over—a successful online printing company. “I wanted to bring the same innovation and accessibility to the stock photo industry that I brought to print,” he said. ArtArena is easy to use, and people all over the world have access, so your photos are seen by millions. The site also offers full API connectivity, so Web-to-print businesses can add ArtArena’s content to their own sites. This is an industry first.
ArtArena’s extensive media library boasts millions of high resolution stock images, with 6 million costing just $0.99 in any size. Creatives are signing up daily and contributing, so the site is growing rapidly. With an ArtArena account, each user receives 2GB of personal space to store images privately, share with family and friends, or keep public. Content contributors will have a full bio page that they can link to their own Website, in turn helping to gain new customers every day. The app is easily accessible from most handheld devices, so anyone with a smartphone can share or purchase photos and videos, taking full advantage of the site’s features and functions while on the go—any time, anywhere.
Create your free account today by heading to ArtArena.com, and start sharing your creative projects with the world. Watch an introductory video below.