Phil Posted January 23, 2020 Share Posted January 23, 2020 (edited) I see occasional mentions of utilizing Alamy Measures All of Alamy AoA search results for various data like keywords, image submission selection, etc. As a matter of curiosity I set AoA's search date range back as far as it would go - a bit over 1 year - and entered what I thought might be some common Alamy customer search terms to see what was returned. cell phone UCO = 15 cell tower UCO = 7 computer UCO = 83 I was surprised at the low UCO numbers for what I surmised would be somewhat common search terms in today's stock image licensing world for a years worth of customer searches. Returning all Search terms for the previous 1 year shows that the most UCO's other than for "alamy" are for "dog" and "cat". Most of us are not going to be able to photograph and submit images of Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, or Marilyn Monroe. So I guess we photograph & submit mostly dog and cat images? Whats up with this? Edited January 23, 2020 by Phil Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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