About the 1st DSD

Thousands of Digital Memory-Keepers Celebrate First Annual Digital Scrapbooking Day

Windham, NH (November 12, 2007) – In an unprecedented community-wide effort, Digital Scrapbooking Day (DSD) was celebrated by hundreds of digital scrapbookers and other industry professionals on November 3rd, 2007. Partnering with leading industry manufacturers, service providers, website owners and bloggers, Triscape gathered resources to educate and inspire people to learn more about digital scrapbooking.

DSD received event coverage in at least 15 e-newsletters from major scrapbooking websites, such as:, Digital Scrapbooking magazine blog, Memory Makers magazine blog,,,, The Digi Chick, Two Peas in a Bucket, DigiShopTalk, Scrap Outside the Box, RAK Scraps, and These sites also hosted their own activities.

Some statistics compiled from numbers reported by some participating websites:

  • Over 2300 digital scrapbookers participated in various online Chats and Challenges
  • Over 790 Digital Scrapbooking Layouts were posted in online galleries
  • Over 900 visitors purchased something from participating Digital Scrapbooking Online Retail sites
  • Participating online digital scrapbooking communities reported a combined total of over 25,400 site visitors over the course of Digital Scrapbooking Day.

Specifically, received over 5200 unique visitors on November 3, 2007. There was also a marked increase in traffic during the week leading up to DSD, as well as following the event.

The Shutterfly press release was posted to, where it has had 933 full page views, and 305 PDF downloads. Via, the press release was posted to 35+ unique websites/blogs, including Scrapbooking Industry News, eMediaWire, DigiScrapWiki, Yahoo! News, Google News/,,,,, Forumer,com,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and

About Digital Scrapbooking Day
Angie Pedersen and Susan White created Digital Scrapbooking Day to encourage scrapbookers, photographers, crafters and genealogists to set aside some time to preserve, document and archive their memories digitally, safely, creatively and more efficiently.

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