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  1. I've seen people mention "in perpetuity" licenses, but I don't see that option for one of my RM editorial photos (and I got an email from an editor who wants to use it, but without time limit). When I choose editorial/editorial website/duration, I only see the 5 years option; am I missing something? Is that not available for RM? https://www.alamy.com/bruce-siewerth-former-theater-teacher-at-evanston-township-high-school-image229036237.html
  2. Hi! A sale like this just dropped in for me: ================================ Country: WorldwideUsage: EditorialMedia: Editorial websiteIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingImage Size: Any sizeStart: 01 November 2017End: 01 November 2022Turkey. Duration: One day ================================ I am confused. Is it worldwide or is it Turkey? Is the duration five years or one day? Is the input for these descriptions 100% human? All of that trouble for a distributor sale with gross of $6.21.
  3. Hi! A sale like this just dropped in for me: ================================ Country: WorldwideUsage: EditorialMedia: Editorial websiteIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingImage Size: Any sizeStart: 01 November 2017End: 01 November 2022Turkey. Duration: One day ================================ I am confused. Is it worldwide or is it Turkey? Is the duration five years or one day? Is the input for these descriptions 100% human? All of that trouble for a distributor sale with gross of $6.21.
  4. These sale details have me scratching my head: Country: Germany Usage: Editorial Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic Print run: up to 10,000 Placement: Inside Image Size: 1/2 page Start: 01 September 2015 End: 01 September 2020 Duration: 1 month Can anyone try to explain why Start and End dates of 5 years becomes a duration of 1 month? This explanation from MS makes even less sense: "Customers we actively go after, contact us about specific needs or key customers with large spends and image requirements may negotiate on price; which always starts with our shop front pricing. It’s in our interest too to get the best price and our sales team works extremely hard in negotiating deals. Some of these customers need to be confident they’re covered to use images for their particular area and we may invoice with the highest print run and largest page size as we’re working with large orders. Actual use is nearly always at a much smaller size and lower print run." The only thing I can think of is that they want to license for 30 days within a period of 5 years which seems strange. Rgds, Richard.
  5. From what I can see there are a number of factors that affect stock sales. Since Alamy ensures a minimum quality level is met by all contributors I’ll ignore it as a factor. Subject matter and proper keywords are also clearly important but for the sake of this discussion let’s assume subject and keywords are adequate. Looking through the forum discussions I see constant references to a minimum portfolio size as being an important factor in regular sales, but I also wonder if there isn’t also a time component affecting sales. If say, 3000 images represent the smallest portfolio that will generate consistent monthly sales, how long must those images be posted before they begin to generate a significant number of sales? A month? six months? a year? Also, is 3000 images a fair estimate of the minimum portfolio size needed to generate regular sales? Lynn Palmer lynn-palmer.artistwebsites.com
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