Find How And Where Your SmugMug Images Are Used
Tracking your work’s use is important. When you upload your imagery to SmugMug your main goal is to display it to potential customers, in order to generate income for your business and better your professional reputation as an artist. But how do you know who’s taking and using your images for their own purposes, without your permission or adhering to the license terms you have set for them.
Pixsy’s popular integration with SmugMug allows you to connect your account and see who else is using your work, all across the searchable web. Connecting your SmugMug account takes literally seconds. As soon as you connect your account to Pixsy, we start scanning the web to show you all matches we find of your work.
When you review the matches Pixsy finds of your images, you can take direct action on the domains they are being displayed on. Either approve authorized use or either send a Pixsy Takedown notice or submit a case to Pixsy, for unauthorized use.
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