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  1. There are probably a few of you out there using muliple aliases/pseudonyms here on Alamy to sell your images. One possible reason could be the type of images, someone might keep a seperate portfolio for wildlife, architecture, portrait and/or travel-images. Another possible reason could be that (either through bad tagging, the amount of competion and/or very generic searches that don't result in zooms) you click through rate (CTR) remains low, so you want to start over afresh, with a new account that only features the best of the best in popular categories where your images will automatically stand out. Obviously starting all over again with a new pseudonym - and lots of useful experience under your belt - will take a lot of time & patience. And even then you simply might not have the sort of material to pull it off successfully second time round. Anyone having any thoughts on this? http://www.flickr.com/photos/gerbosma/
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