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Webby

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About Webby

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    Grantham, UK
  • Interests
    Flying gliders, playing guitar - not at the same time. NVQ Level 4 in Digital Imaging.

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={9F88901E-1ADB-4065-9568-FA51B494DCDB}&name=Ian+Webb
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  • Joined Alamy
    26 Apr 2006

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  1. 4 sales for $75. All newspaper, highest $50, the rest peanuts..
  2. Country: United KingdomUsage: EditorialMedia: Newspaper - nationalPrint run: up to 2 millionPlacement: Inside and onlineImage Size: 1/4 pageStart: 01 February 2020End: 02 February 2020One use in a single editorial or advertorial article used within print and /or web versions, with re-use of the article in other titles or web versions within the same newspaper group. Digital use includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. Any placement in paper and online. $ Queens Diamond Jubilee medal.
  3. I am a gliding instructor with a rating that will become void next April when we comply with the European Aviation Safety Agency standards. I am going to try and memorise all the patter and lessons, and practise on a glider simulator whatevers needed to upgrade and keep instructing.... Webby
  4. Kyrenia harbour, North Cyprus. Distributor sale to Turkey..... $
  5. ah, hadn't used the viewpoint tab before. That explains the square brackets. But as you say...how does the search engine know? And what is the veiw from?
  6. thanks Pearl, mmm, "front" is in the keywords, as in "ocean front walk", but not "rear". And why the need for the square brackets? Webby
  7. Hi All, Had some new search filters show up today which I haven't seen before, and not in the list of abbreviations on the right of the page . [WOP] which is understood, but also [front] and [rear] . One was california beach [WOP] [front]. The other was california beach [WOP] [front] [rear] Any idea what the searcher is looking for?? Webby
  8. Another from a recent California trip: Worldwide, editorial newspaper. Digital and in print. Mid $$. Santa Monica beach and pier.
  9. Yesterdays measures report 5 zooms giving a CTR of 2.08 for the day. All different subjects too. Which is nice. And I found a new on trend keyword with no results on Alamy...... just need to shoot something I can use it with.
  10. I uploaded two submissions 13th/14th. Both straight through QC and keyworded and on sale the same day. Nothing showing yet, and not even when searching specific terms. Funnily they show in my tally amount under my forum name, but are missing if you click the link... ;(
  11. https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/california/articles/20-must-visit-attractions-in-los-angeles/ Must see attractions in Los Angeles. Gonzales Photo PGCEYJ Rolling Stock DEN12W Chon Kit Leong G6BHYT Jamie Pham PJ1208 and BP9PCT Images-USA F3PG7X Insignis Photography TRJEFG Helen Sessions DENY30 Stephen Saks Photography E958B2 AndKa PJ62MF Jon Hicks A7793N and my own iwebbtravel 2A672E7
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