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  1. This is the 'what's your highest Stockimo score' conversation. I report the Stockimo sales in the 'Have you found any Alamy photographs' thread.
  2. $115,700 for more than 60 uses.This includes collection fees for infringers. I usually don't do my sales by images but for the event.But the above is for one photo. L
  3. I agree. I've never been in favour of it. I have never been one of those people who expects the whole world to speak English, but in this case sticking to the English language would, I think, loose fewer sales than the mayhem caused by machine mistranslation. I also include foreign place names in keywords - Venezia, Praha, Milano - and I know they have been used in searches. I think it's impractical to do it for all potential search terms. People who contributed to the short-lived Photoshelter library will remember the time-consuming and arduous process of keywording which included, for e
  4. The 55 uses mentioned by John at the start of the thread are the paid for sales, I also have all the illegal infringements which I am about to start chasing up. A google search on the image produces 15 pages of usage. Lynne
  5. Five sales, three via Alamy, one via Getty and one from an infringer. The infringer accounts for half the total revenue!
  6. if a nice slice of my collection sold four times each, I would be more than happy! But in reality, it's a pretty limited number with half a dozen or so repeat sales. I suspect it's often a case of a client getting in the habit of using a particular image. My other half used to work for a big publisher who would send her off on the hunt for a new photograph of a familiar subject only to be told after a considerable effort, "get that one we used for project X in again" If it worked once, it'll work again. Did the buying public notice? You would have thought so, but who knows?
  7. Maybe your re-keywording efforts of a little while back paying dividends? One can hope, the sales were all of several year old images. That said I did not do very much keyword revision but I did restructure my pseudonyms as well. I am also taking a more diligent approach and uploading more often. Let's see what May brings... Started well, I already have a sale! Long may it continue.
  8. 16 sales of Volcano Osorno, Chile - all on Alamy and all for travel brochures. I'd show you a pic but can't get the widget to work!
  9. recent couple of sales took one of my rather ageing pix to a total of 12. It seems to work for some people but it's nothing jaw-dropping. But 55 for one image is pretty spectacular! Must have really nailed the subject.
  10. Maybe your re-keywording efforts of a little while back paying dividends? One can hope, the sales were all of several year old images. That said I did not do very much keyword revision but I did restructure my pseudonyms as well. I am also taking a more diligent approach and uploading more often. Let's see what May brings...
  11. 2 sales, one very low (NS); just under $40 net total. Discovered an unpaid pic from 2011 (sic) (Daily Muddle) so will get a couple of dollars in due course ...
  12. Glad to read a few positive posts about sales. My April: average...
  13. Slightly below average with 34 sales for $2010, but the encouraging news is that 3 were for over $200 each, which I have not had for some time. Also only 1 of 34 was a distributor sale. In newspaper scheme, not in NU Hope you all have a good May! Kumar
  14. 12 for me - best month for numbers of sales but not for price, nothing over 3 figures. However I also had the 55th sale of one image. Lynne
  15. 42 - best for sales so far for 2014 but still too many very low prices and no real biggies to offset them. In NS but not NU. Pearl
  16. Hi Ger, Alamy is rather strict about releases on property (and persons) if you want to sell the images as RF. But if you sell as RM and state that the image contains either people or property that you have no release for it will be the customer's decision (and responsibility) whether the image can be used for the purpose. You could of course remove the logos, but in many cases the property can still be recognised. That is how many micro stock agencies do it - at Alamy best to sell as RM and tick the appropriate boxes. As to persons and model releases remember that a hand can be
  17. Average for me, lots of newspaper sales adding up to less than $300 gross.
  18. Best ever month by far for Stock (3), Live News (4) and by value, with more Live News sales still to be reported.
  19. These 2, were rated '4' S02BPM & S02TWH & I was a bit hesitant about uploading one of my cat...however I was very pleased with the quality of the file - 5s. No sales yet, but a bit early, so will see how it goes. ann
  20. For those that hadn't noticed, just wanted to draw attention to Keith Morris' success via his recent tweet: "Today's clutch of sales @alamy and @AlamyNews nicely bring my total for the year to over $50k. I like that!" Well done, Keith, on all your hard work, proving to us all that it does pay off.
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