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Above average sales at 15, but revenue low at $209.

 

Highest $39.67, but not exclusive to Alamy.

 

No payout this month as only $10 cleared out of $239 owing.

 

Zooms zooming along though.

 

John.

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2 for $29.90 gross.

Second month in a row no UKNS, which is  'curious'. Of course, the two regular sales were better for me than two UKNS would have been.

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16 minutes ago, Cryptoprocta said:

2 for $29.90 gross.

Second month in a row no UKNS, which is  'curious'. Of course, the two regular sales were better for me than two UKNS would have been.

 

Well, technically, there is no longer a UKNS as such. It's just that we're now all in the pot for news sales!

 

I didn't used to be in the UKNS, but this past month 3 of my 5 licences were to newspapers - so I guess that there's just more competition for low fees?! 😬

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After continuing to upload an average of a few images a day, like January, Alamy income has stayed closer to my normal range: 13 sales for $626/239

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52 sales - an highest ever monthly total for me - but poor average prices yielding $725 gross / $362 nett.  CTR of 0.97 with a total of 69 zooms.  No $$$ sales, the highest being $49.99,  with most clustering around high $ and low $$.

 

Above average as a month - thanks Alamy - but that low average price per sale is a little disappointing.

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Highest for volume (just) in rolling month with 45 sales.  Seven $$$ but one of those was a distributor TV license.  Total a tad over $1500 gross.  

 

Pearl

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I had two sales for $44 gross. Four so far for the year (my first sales with Alamy)--all flower images taken on my own property so at least there was no great expense to get the shots!

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Best month for me ever with my small portfolio. Three sales for a total gross of $155, all direct sales. 👍

 

But are you all quoting $ as in American $ ?

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1 hour ago, The Blinking Eye said:

Best month for me ever with my small portfolio. Three sales for a total gross of $155, all direct sales. 👍

 

But are you all quoting $ as in American $ ?


Yes, when people quote $, it is U.S. $

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Feb was looking like a poor month in every way until towards the end when a flurry of zooms came in as well as my first sale for months. As it was it all ended rather well with C.T.R. at 0.97 and low $$$ gross :)

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4226 views.  24 zooms.  0.57 Average CTR.

8 sales for a total of $128.  Highest $33.06.   Lowest $9.61 (x3).   Average $16.00.

Average prices going down and down by the month.

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January 2021 was poor for me, with only 7 sales for $220 gross.

 

2020 total was 130 images for $3983 gross, so average per month 10.8  at  average $30.6 gross.

 

In February  2021 I had 11 sales for $331 gross, average each $30.09, so closer to last years average. . .

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All very much average for me in terms of volume and revenue.
Really nothing to write home about. 

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5 sales, but one was PU that was then refunded, giving a final total of $42.68 Gross, $20.29 net.

A below average month

My zooms have taken a real hit since the start of the year too.

However March has started well with 2 sales for $92 gross already.

 

Mark

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June 2020 until today only 1 image sold for 2 USD. :(((
I have uploaded so far about 900 pictures and nothing happened...
 
Guys I need help, how can I improve my sales and earnings?
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