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Image-sharing startup Imgur improves image discovery with new features

Imgur, the popular image-sharing site, is making it easier for users to find the pictures they’re interested in with some new features. Finding what interests you… Social media managers and community managers who preside over burgeoning communities will be familiar with the difficulty users can face when a social network really takes off: the sheer quantity of content posted makes it very difficult for them to find what they’re interested in. With 1.5 million images being uploaded with each passing day, Imgur has decided it needs to do more to live up to its reputation as “The Simple Image Sharer.” Principal among the new sifting features (which have been tested with several thousand Ingmur users) is the introduction of tags: people can now tag individual pictures which users can then downvote or upvote. It’s also possible for Imgur visitors to create custom galleries using several different tags, filtering out the ones they’re not interested in, making searching the site a good deal more efficient. The startup’s CEO and founder, Alan Schaaf, isn’t anticipating that the tags will be boringly straightforward category labels. Instead, he hopes they’ll mostly be clever or witty without veering way off topic (and without breaching the…

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