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I've been using my self-hosted WP to import and save photos, why does everyone use flickr?

 

Anyone have a list a PRO's & CON's? I feel like I'm missing something here...

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I used Flickr before I had my self-hosted blog, so sometimes it's a habit.

I like how I can categorize and tag my photos at Flickr. You can also put links to blog posts in the description field of photos. The links are no-follow, but you may get an odd traffic hit.Another plus is when people are searching for images, they may happen upon your image and then find your blog.

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