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Graham Hardy

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  1. Just a reminder to those who want to opt out of Novel Use, you can only do it this month. You can opt in whenever you like.
  2. To be fair you don't realise how little you will get for a sale until you sign up for it, and then you are in it until the following April. So actually I think there is room to complain.
  3. Just reminder that you can opt out of Novel use next month. Which I will be doing. I can do without the few cents or dollar that I make from any sale, and I won't get so pissed off at feeling like I'm being insulted and ripped off. Just my opinion.
  4. Size matters - so much? June 2016 - Country: United KingdomUsage: EditorialMedia: Newspaper - nationalPrint run: up to 2 millionPlacement: Inside and onlineImage Size: 1/2 pageStart: 08 April 2016End: 09 April 2016One use in a single editorial article used within the print and digital versions of a single publication. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. $ 214.01 October 2019 Country: United KingdomUsage: EditorialMedia: Newspaper - nationalPrint run: up to 2 millionPlacement: Inside and onlineImage Size: 1/4 pageStart:
  5. So Yes I broke 100 sales, in four years... Odd though that the 100th was for "Magazine use. Duration: 3 months. Any placement: Inside or cover" but only sold for $6.79" For a magazine cover??? G
  6. That's pretty good bartering - $214 as advertised, down to $21. Hey ho. Watcha gonna do?
  7. Another odd thing - going by the price calculator it looks like the price per image for a National newspaper is less than that for a local or free paper. Counter-intuitive?
  8. If I was a customer and there was an online price checker why wouldn't I use it?
  9. What I actually came onto the forum to ask was this - I've only just noticed that when I click on a sold image I can now 'Choose another rights managed license' which allows me to put in the licence details that the sold image was licensed for and gives me the price. My latest sold image comes out at £165 according to this, but was actually sold for $21.02. I know the big media buyers get a discount - but that is pretty steep do't you think? G
  10. AH - Ah - that makes me feel better. Its pouring with rain here in West Yorkshire so I'm using that as an excuse to "work' indoors...
  11. Wow - I'm the only person online! Ya'll must be out taking photos...
  12. Ok - just in case there are others who look forlornly at the CTR rates posted higher up in this thread... Jan24th-Feb22nd Total Views for Graham Hardy : 3,796 Total Zooms for Graham Hardy : 6 Average CTR for Graham Hardy : 0.20 Total CTR for Graham Hardy : 0.16 7 days Total Views for Graham Hardy : 1,027 Total Zooms for Graham Hardy : 1
  13. Not newer images - these are similar or I have better ones for sale, that are returned in searches, that have the exact same captions and tags. For instance yesterday a search term for "Bronte Home' returned 1 image from a batch I uploaded, and 3 from the very same batch, that are waiting for deletion. I have 17 for sale, and 3 awaiting deletion. Doesn't make sense, and further adds to my frustration that having spent a long time deleting a lot of images, they seem to have an odd bias towards them. I don't think I'm imagining it...
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