Clusterstock Closes And Invites Buyers

Microstock startup Clustershot is closing the website. The company is inviting interested parties to make an offer for the brand and its technology.


A little over two years ago we launched ClusterShot. We very openly called it an experiment. It was not only a technical experiment but an experiment for our company’s cultural and economic models.

The experiment is coming to an end.

We, silverorange, have decided to shut ClusterShot down. This may not be a surprise to some of you; as you may have noticed, our zeal for the site quickly disappeared this summer. There are many reasons for this but the overarching theme is simply: it wasn’t quite successful enough.

The company also outlines why the company is an interesting proposition for potential buyer

Why would I buy ClusterShot?

Currently ClusterShot almost sells enough pro-accounts to cover hosting and technical fees. Over the past 6 months this has happened with virtually no input or energy from us. We strongly believe that with some effort and some smart marketing (things we just don’t have the time to do), ClusterShot could be a great little business. The interest is there (we have new pro accounts being bought every day) and we believe it will just take a few driven people to take it to the next level.

Marco | Editor

Editor at large and founder of a bunch of stockphoto businesses

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