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Selfie Sticks | Promotional Products DC, MD, VA

It is, perhaps, social media’s most annoying trend, yet one that almost everyone has indulged in at least once or twice. The selfie is a phenomenon that has taken over Facebook, Instagram, and beyond with First Lady Michelle Obama and Pope Francis even joining in on the fun.

Taking a proper selfie requires a bit of skill. The right angle, the right lighting, and the right distance from the camera all contribute to the perfect selfie. Now, there are several promotional products on the market that can contribute, too!


The Bluetooth Remote Shutter

Bluetooth shutter. Compatible with Android and iPhone. Communication distance of 30 ft. Available in aqua, white, or black. Imprint your company logo. As low as $7.99 each.

bluetooth remote shutter



Camera shutter compatible with iPhone 3 or newer. 3.5 mm audio jack with 38” cord not including jack. Available in pink, aqua, white, lime. Imprint your company logo. As low as $9.99 each.



Selfie Stick

Selfie stick with PVC grip for use with cell phones and small cameras. Extends to 31”. Includes screw mount for standard cameras and is compatible with Bluetooth Remote Shutter. (See above.) Available in black, blue, and red. Imprint with your company logo. As low as $7.29 each.



Selfie Facts

1. In August of 2103, the word selfie was officially added to the Oxford Dictionary.



2. The first selfie in history was taken in 1839 by Robert Cornelius. At the time, he would have had to stay motionless for 3 to 15 minutes in order to take the photo.


first selfie


3. The first person to use the word “selfie” was a drunk Australian back in 2002.

While showing off a photo of a cut on his lip, the man wrote:

“Um, drunk at a mates 21st, I tripped ofer [sic] and landed lip first (with front teeth coming a very close second) on a set of steps. I had a hole about 1cm long right through my bottom lip. And sorry about the focus, it was a selfie.”


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Source: Mashable

Image Source: Library of Congress

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