What do you like best?
For a terabyte of storage the price is really great, and once you get your photos loaded into the photostream you can batch them into an album.
What do you dislike?
There is no mass upload tool, while this might fly if I had a free account it doesn't for a paid business account. If you try to load more than 150 photos at a time the loader stalls. Even if you are using 3rd party freeware to try and hack that issue. And forget about creating an album at the same time as uploading your photos - while you can select it the system will error out every time, thus making your efforts futile. God forbid you want to apply captions to the photos- to credit the photographers you worked with on an event. That you have to do individually, you can't batch apply......
In a nutshell this platform started of as intutive, but is quickly becoming obsolete.
Recommendations to others considering the product
If you are using this for large photo uploads I suggest you track the amouunt of time (on average) your uploads take. Then apply your hourly rate to the amount of time you've just invested.
Add this onto the membership fee and then see if Flickr is still costs effective for your business or if just having a cloud/ftp site might be a better investment for your needs.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Flickr is an affordable online host where we can direct our flower growers & partner farms to so that they can download photos as needed for their marketing materials.