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On 22/06/2021 at 09:25, meanderingemu said:

Number of license and net revenue pretty much 50% of last year.  Was actually looking up a month ago, but have hit a dry spell this month.....

 

 

and the vagaries of sales for a smaller portfolio, two $$$ late this month means that though i am at 50% of number of sales, i am now almost double on per image licensing fee.

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Halfway through the year and my sales are at 67% of last year's sales and revenue is 55%.

 

John.

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45% volume/ 65% revenue. Pro rata the extra would mean the same net as last year. Talk about running to stand still. And that's skewed by one or two rare $$$s.

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I'm at 79% of last year's total sales by number, but only at 64% of the gross revenue. I'd had a couple more $$$ licenses by this stage last year.

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1/2 of 2020 totals versus 2021 Jan-Jun

Number of images on sale rose by about 5%

Number of sales 42 vs 58 = +38%

Gross sales revenue $1,044 vs $1,584 = +52%

Looks very encouraging (although the effect of Covid is probably significant, plus I had a couple of unusual $$$ sales this month).

 

Mark

 

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5 hours ago, kimba said:

I'm on track to equal last year (although 2016 was my best year). 

 

2016 was my best year as well. $$ wise it was like twice the amount of last year.

 

wim

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50 minutes ago, wiskerke said:

2016 was my best year as well. $$ wise it was like twice the amount of last year.

 

wim

 

2014 was my best year for gross revenue -- like almost 1.5 times last year's amount (with 32 fewer sales than 2020).

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2020, sales to end of June:  344

2021, sales to end of June:   350

 

2020 gross income, same period: $10,570

2021, ditto $8590

 

Kumar

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