is a working on new Web 2.0ish image tagging that basically targets to tag photos with products, sorta like Adsense Images gone Wildfly Web 2.0. We think it’s a good idea and highly suggest you to check it out too. On the side note, Google might also become one of its major investors. We see a good future ahead for Pixazza and they offer publisher programs for bloggers and alike.
The startup, staffed by Netscape veterans with a $5.75 million Series A venture capital round, on Wednesday is unveiling a service that lets Web publishers apply tags to photos on their sites—they literally look like tiny yellow-and-blue price tags. Hover your cursor over one of them, and a box appears that lists the product, such as a coat or a pair of shoes, that looks like (or actually is the same) coat or shoes in the photo. You can see the price and the retailers offering the products and click over to a retailer’s product listing.