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Thinglink is an image engagement tool that makes it easy to add clickable tags to any image on the web and share the tagged images on social networks. Any publisher or brand can distribute tagged images to bloggers and other publishers and still receive traffic back to the original image source.
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Employees (est.) (Oct 2019)19

Key People/Management at Thinglink

Ulla Engeström

Ulla Engeström


Thinglink Office Locations

Thinglink has an office in Palo Alto
Palo Alto, US (HQ)
444 Ramona St
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Thinglink Financials and Metrics

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Thinglink total Funding

$3.3 m

Thinglink latest funding size

$1.30 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Thinglink investors

Thinglink's latest funding round in February 2016 was reported to be $1.3 m. In total, Thinglink has raised $3.3 m
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Thinglink Online and Social Media Presence

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ThingLink releases offline viewing for interactive images, videos and virtual tours

In September we asked our users about offline viewing, and in less than a week we got over 200 replies. Over 80% of all the respondents said they need offline viewing because of weak wi-fi connection. This was mentioned by schools and companies operating in remote areas or schools that d…

ThingLink brings interactive videos and virtual tours to Twitter - this time also in 360 degrees

In 2012, ThingLink was the first media platform to bring interactive image sharing to Twitter. The feature was hugely popular especially among customers who use ThingLink for creating editorial content and marketing campaigns.  Later on, Twitter changed their product policy for 3rd party…

ThingLink Feature:  Experience the Opel Arena in 360° from VRM

ThingLink user: VRM Arena Tour - VRM is a regional media company that uses ThingLink in this article to give readers the experience of touring the Opel Arena in Germany.  The tour begins with an aerial view outside of the stadium and readers can click on the various illustrations to expl…

Featured project: POKE vocational college brought virtual tours to learning in Microsoft Teams

POKE vocational college has made virtual tours an integral part of their learning environment in Microsoft Teams. This example shows how they are used to increase flexibility in learning and to develop future skills. Pekka Ouli works as an eLearning specialist at POKE vocational college in Finland. …

Featured project: Using ThingLink to document a shoolwide study of archeology and prehistoric times

This post features Punkaharju elementary school and their “Dirt Diggers” archeology project that engaged all students to learn about stone age in Lake Saimaa, Finland. The goals of the project were to: 1) engage students to learn about prehistoric periods across age groups and disciplines in their l…

Using ThingLink Interactive Content in Real Estate

Many real estate agents from small local shops to large commercial brands are leveraging interactive content to tell more visual stories or market properties more effectively.  In this blog post you will learn four project ideas for using ThingLink interactive content in your real estate…
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Thinglink Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Thinglink founded?

    Thinglink was founded in 2010.

  • Who are Thinglink key executives?

    Thinglink's key executives are Ulla Engeström.

  • How many employees does Thinglink have?

    Thinglink has 19 employees.

  • Who are Thinglink competitors?

    Competitors of Thinglink include Bossa Studios, Sphericam and Virtuos.

  • Where is Thinglink headquarters?

    Thinglink headquarters is located at 444 Ramona St, Palo Alto.

  • Where are Thinglink offices?

    Thinglink has an office in Palo Alto.

  • How many offices does Thinglink have?

    Thinglink has 1 office.