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  1. Last year, I averaged 17 sales a month with roughly 22,000 images. So far this year, it looks like the average is 18 per month.
  2. Last year, as a very rough average, I had 1.56 sales per month per 1,000 images
  3. In 2020 I was averaging 16 sales a month with 8,490 images...but this year I am averaging 20 per month...no real increase in gross money per month earned
  4. I thought this might be an interesting statistic to explore. Last year (2020), I averaged 13 sales per month, which worked out to roughly 1.7 sales per month per 1000 images on sale. How about you?
  5. After only two small sales so far this month, a $$$ one was invoiced today. Time to break out the balloons. 🎈
  6. I think you’re right about what’s coming. A new video I watched last evening talked like there might bring two 24 inch iMacs announced on the 20th, different specs. Everything is speculation, but clues are speaking to that fact. What I’m leery of is this. Apple will introduce the 27+ iMac M1X with 16GB RAM. Not ever upgradable. I buy it. A year or two down the road they introduce a new model with 32GB RAM and M2 I’m chewing nails. After all, it’s all about making sales, and a lot of that is deliberate marketing strategy. I hate it. I’m hearing of a huge chip shortage that’s affecting
  7. I just wanted to share some pix with you all along with the exciting news that I was a finalist for the 2021 Lawrence Salley Award, sponsored by the African American Men of Westchester, ArtsWestchester, and the Salley Family. There are some wonderful photographers and I’m really honored to be among the finalists. Here’s a link to the virtual show that started streaming last week. Check out their work: http://artsw.org/lsalleyaward Love to know what you all think of it. I've been concentrating more on fine art since Covid and am getting some traction. I've got to drop
  8. Image use: Commercial electronic Details of use: Website, app and social media Image Size: Any size Duration: up to 5 years Country: Worldwide Industry sector: Travel & tourism Additional Details: Multiple use in branded content/sponsored articles and bookable content on owned website, app and social media. Excludes use on paid-for media Mid $ - back in May 2019 it licenses for $245. My first three sales this year were all $$$, quite the seesaw! I told my hubby he'll be famous on social media LOL. Afraid they might reverse the sale when they realize he's holding a point and shoot came
  9. Just a thought on this. Would it be possible to have the end user client named in the 'Download Sales Report' option? It could be a greyed out tick box apart from those who apply for access, are approved, and use the privilege responsibly. For chasing potential infringements this would help enormously. If you see the image used on the website of an insurance company and then can check and see that the client was actually Freda Bloggs and Son, landscape gardeners, it would make things much more straightforward.
  10. As I guessed, this was refunded and sold again to same buyer at lower price. Is this the new normal...? Not that I care, I have lost my interest to Alamy.... it´s their business and they do what they want. It's no consolation for the low price, but your photo did send me down memory lane of the first computer our family had. I loved playing International Karate Plus, Space Invaders and Bug Blaster. Computer games seem too complicated to me now. What I would hope with the smaller license fees coming through is that there are more of them to compensate, but time will tell. Just rea
  11. two more for me today. There is no doubt that the volume of sales are growing for me but at really low prices. We are roughly 29% through the year and my revenue is at 29% of my best year ( encouraging) but my volume is at 50% of my best year. I guess that if volume grows fast enough the lower prices are less critical thunder falls camden lock
  12. Betty. I have a confession to make.... ...I sold my first picture of the month yesterday. But a distro bulk discount to a Turkish newspaper. So nothing to write home about! My zooms have been really good though. Hoping for a sales surge later in the year... 🤞
  13. Forget yesteryear, I'm nostalgic for sales of last month. 😁 P.S. Only two small ones as mid-April looms, but that happened in March as well, which turned out to be a good month.
  14. Hi All Apologies for the inconvenience with the refund of sales that you have already been paid for. This is due to an invoicing error and they will be re-billed at the same price. Thanks, Alamy
  15. Mine still not re-invoiced. It was to a UK news group operating in Ireland. I actually reported this usage (from July 2020) in February and it was invoiced shortly after. Anyway, I've already contacted Alamy sales dept.
  16. Looks like everyone's sales to this buyer have all been re-invoiced at the same price....so hopefully it is just a matter of waiting again for the funds to clear.
  17. I've made zero sales this month... ...but on the upside, I need to lose weight. 😆
  18. Fortunately, I haven't had either of those types of sales yet (famous last words). The PV ones are definitely troubling as Alamy has control over the pricing. I imagine that distributors can charge whatever they like.
  19. Yes, the four to China were distribution sales. The 25/10 RM sale was another direct sale of an image of Puerto Vallarta for an editorial website (no novel use anywhere).
  20. First ten: $815 (Feb 08 to July 09 - I was a slow starter) Last ten: $192 (Jan 11 to Apr 11) Quite a few 'Personal Use' sales for peanuts popping up these days. However, I was delighted to get a $1600 Exclusive sale last year so the incentive is still there.
  21. I keep telling myself the small sales still all mount up, love the shot anyway😉 Carol
  22. I'm OK with distribution -- it's the way of the world now -- but I opted out of novel use a number of years ago because the only thing "novel" about it seemed to be the tiny prices. P.S. Still not crazy about certain aspects of PU (namely file size and refunds). However, volume of these types of licenses has increased, and it's proving to be an OK-ish market. Some of my recent PU sales even look like they could be legit.😉
  23. Had 2 very nice sales drop, however since I possess 3 of the 5 photos for this subject, I will be keeping it a secret. ☺️
  24. I opted back in to distribution some months ago for selected geographical areas only and so far it's yielded zero sales. I originally opted out as I was sick of the tiny net amounts and having to wait months to see them being paid for. As for NU I haven't had one of those since 2014.
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