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Sales down -2.4% from 330 to 322. That's not very dramatic.

However gross revenue down -19.6% from 14680 to 11802. Ouch!

(Best year to date 2016 was 351 for 16798)

Main reason: not adding enough new work due to all sorts of reasons.

 

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2019: 99 sales for $3,572

2018: 96 sales for $3,812 (my first year)

 

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2018: 123 sales for $5,488 (gross)

2019:  223 for $7,046 (gross)

So nearly twice as many sales but less than 50% more revenue

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9 fewer sales, revenue up 20%.

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12 for $546 but best sales number since 2008.  

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Best year for volume, and second best year for revenue (only 2017 was better and that's because I had a $$$$ sale that year). 😊

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Sales down 5% in number but up over 10% in value. Bit disappointing given all the images I have added but a few lessons learnt from looking at others results. Onwards ever onwards.

 

A happy and prosperous new year to all.

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Volume down by 12%, revenue up 20%. Revenue skewed by a $$$ book cover. Have a great 2020!

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279 sales for $9206 gross - compared to 2018, sales up very slightly and revenue very slightly down.

 

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Posted (edited)

Best year ever for sales (172) and third best for gross revenue ($8.2K) after 2014 and 2012.

 

In short, it was a surprisingly good year for me. Who knows what 2020 will bring...

Edited by John Mitchell
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Posted (edited)

interesting first year.  i'll put this up for other beginners.

Focus on soft news mainly in 2nd half.   12 sales, $248 gross. 

lots of lessons hopefully learned .  so as a beginner i am satisfied.

 

happy new day to everyone...

 

Edited by meanderingemu
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Number of sales and revenue both way down. Average price up.

 

2018 sales 93  gross $4,027 average price $43.30

2019 sales 54 gross $2,938  average rice $54.41

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2019 - 8 sales for $340 gross

2018 - 8 sales for $434 gross

 

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After 4 years, my sales are still going upwards, and more than doubled sales volume this year, but just barely doubled revenue. Just one $$$ sale (not in Live News):

2019 - 123 sales for $2411

2018 - 50 sales for $1181

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Number of sales

2012    1

2013    16

2014    57

2015    76

2016    84

2017    89

2018    65

2019    52     

Total = 440

 

 

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My best year yet on Alamy. Quite pleased with the revenue side helped by some $$$ sales.

2019 - 53 sales for $1976 gross

2018 - 41 sales for $ 743 gross

 

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This has been my first year contributing to Alamy (I signed up a couple of years ago but never got around to doing anything about it until March/April this year). I made one sale at the end of June and then got a little despondent after that due to a lack of any further sales or even zooms. Since mid August, however, my zooms, and corresponding CTR have been steadily improving so I'm quite pleased and now fairly optimistic looking ahead to next (this?) year :)

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Third best year by total revenue and best  year,  for number of images sold. 

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2018 186 sales for $4475

2019 202 sales for $4967

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Volume double last year doubled my port (still not huge) but revenue the same almost to the $. Onwards.😐

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Number of sales up a little under 10% (though images on file increased by more)

Actual income down fractionally, due to the reduction to 40% for non-exclusive - gross sales also up 10%.

I expect next (sorry this) year to go up again.

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Disappointing year.

I added 1,500 images.

Volume -13%

Revenue -17%

 

2018 was my best year ever both in terms of licenses and revenue.

 

 

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With 2 sales less than last year 2019 was my second highest for licences but my fourth highest year for remuneration despite added images year on year. So 128 sales for the year a 14.5% drop in revenue, and a loss of news feed makes 2019 not one to look back on, and if I'm being honest 2020 isn't one I'm looking forward to either. Bah humbug!

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Two behind last year and one behind 2017 but still just a fraction over one per week.

 

Last year average was $12.69, this year $11.33 so not bad given the 50/50 split. Still way behind $38 average in 2011 and 2013 though.

 

 

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More images

Fewer sales

Less income

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