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The full-figured lady is still singing here, but it looks as if February will go down in the books as a fairly average month with lucky 13 sales for $443 gross. Low prices overall, though, except for a healthy $$$ museum display license. Zooms and CTR have rebounded after an alarming slump during the latter part of 2020. One oddity this month was the same image licensing four times to the same UK magazine(s) publisher for the same low fee. That was a first for me.

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9 hours ago, Abiyoyo said:

Really good, despite of most of all were non exclusive and distributors sales. 27 sales at $3233. The most important due to TV sales.

TV sales must be high earners. An average of $120 per sale across your 27 sales is impressive.

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2 hours ago, gvallee said:

19 sales for $505.

9 were Presentations...

 

That sounds like an epidemic. Three PU for me, all full price ($19.99), though.

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Four that came in at the end of the month. Two were live news uses from last month. CTR absolutely unbelievably bad - but I can't really do anything about it because I have a well covered subject that is getting a lot of searches but no bites for the particular angles I covered (some did sell for LN). If I remove the KWs, I might improve my CTR but will hamper future sales ops, which seems like a very backwards way to go about things so I won't. Sales numbers are steadily increasing but the fees are getting lower. My sample size is still small yet so I hope that isn't a trend.

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2 hours ago, andremichel said:

TV sales must be high earners. An average of $120 per sale across your 27 sales is impressive.

I think it is thanks to Alamy that negotiated good prices for a set of 7 images. The curios is that those 7 sales, it seems for a TV series,  were refunded twice in February and sold again at  the sale price instantaneously at the same day of the refund. I got another TV sale for the normal $150 at the end of the month but this time it was only refunded once and sold it again the same day. Very strange situations with refunds this month. 

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5 for only $48 gross ($23 net). I'm getting lots of PUs lately. 

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2 hours ago, John Mitchell said:

 

That sounds like an epidemic. Three PU for me, all full price ($19.99), though.

 

Not even full price for me, $14.99 and to the US to boot, a traditionally higher paying market.

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Pretty fair with eight sales up to Friday 26th Feb. Mixed bag in terms of amounts earned,  ranging from micro stock prices up to mid range amounts. 

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5 sales for $157 gross net $68 a poor month and an appalling month across all stock sales I had to go back to August 2014 to see returns as bad as these and back then I had less than 500 images on sale ūüėí

 

But at least the CTR picked up after a 3 month slide

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2 for $57 with consistent views but a lack of zooms.

Good to see what looks like a rebound in volumes for all you regulars on here though.

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OK for the current climate - $142 gross for 3 license sales. Consistent good zooms, only 1 of the 3 sales had been zoomed.

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