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I was wondering if there's a (roughly) general zooms/sales ratio, or it varies a lot according to portfolio content?

 

At present, mine is 4.75.

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Only very rarely do I see a zoom corresponding to a particular sale. However, for what it's worth, my ratio is close(ish) to yours at 4.2 zooms per sale.

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Last year my ratio was an exceptional just below 2, this year so far it's 3.12.

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17 hours ago, Thomas Kyhn said:

I was wondering if there's a (roughly) general zooms/sales ratio, or it varies a lot according to portfolio content?

 

At present, mine is 4.75.

 

Have you tried  https://discussion.alamy.com/search/?&q=zooms sales ratio&sortby=newest ?

 

wim

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42 minutes ago, Thomas Kyhn said:

 

Thanks! I did a search first, but didn't find anything really relevant.

 

I'm pretty sure it has even come up far more often than these 3 pages, so maybe try some more with slightly different wording.

 

wim

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In my case ir is about 1 sale on 4-5 zooms... and as said by others plenty of sales without the photo being zoomed...

 

i would very much like to have different stats on Alamy: being able to see the views per image and being able to see which images where viewed, zoomed in etc the most... 

 

This besides the stats as they are today.... shouldn’t be very complicated to implement?

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Regarding zooms – what counts as a zoom? If I view another contributor's photos, will that count?

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46 minutes ago, Thomas Kyhn said:

Regarding zooms – what counts as a zoom? If I view another contributor's photos, will that count?

 

No. Zooms are recorded when a 'registered' and logged-in customer performs a search, then clicks on an image to view it larger and with more details.  

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