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I normally have regular sales throughout the month but have had nothing for a couple of weeks. Am I being paranoid but I do wonder if I might suddenly get a load just after the new contract on 24th.

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20 minutes ago, David eastley said:

I normally have regular sales throughout the month but have had nothing for a couple of weeks. Am I being paranoid but I do wonder if I might suddenly get a load just after the new contract on 24th.

Same here!

Let's set the countdown and will see...

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i'm doing fine also, even a couple decent distribution sales which i am glad as these are easier to manipulate, and way more uncertain in treatment starting next week. 

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So far, July has been one of the slowest months for me in a long time with only four sales (one mid $$ and three tiddlers), none reported since the 13th.

 

Also hoping for a post "7/24" flurry -- even at 40% . 🤕

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You couldn't certainly be forgiven for thinking there might be a conspiracy

I am having a shocking month, just an endless series of personal use and presentation sales for the usual pittance

If August returns to being the same as the months before this one - with many high value sales - I might just be a bit cynical about that

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Very dry here, unusually for me so far no sales or zooms. I suspect there will be a few at the end of the month from the usual publications that report then. 

 

Had begun to wonder if it was a result of me switching a fair amount of my content to editorial only and to disable PU, but I don't get all that many PUs and all but one i've ever sold is editorial use anyway so probably nothing in that.

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I've had 10 sales in the last three days. However, yesterday's sales have not updated in the dashboard yet. Guess Alamy are too busy with the new contract/leavers etc.

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On 20/07/2021 at 11:30, Ognyan Yosifov said:

Same here!

Let's set the countdown and will see...

Though isn't it normal we get newspaper sales posted at the end of the month?

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1 hour ago, John Mitchell said:

No flurry here, that's for sure. Short of a last-minute blizzard, July will be a very dry month.

 

 

But there might be some new recipes and gardening tips to look out for.

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My "flurry" happened at the beginning of the month with 10 licences before the 19th. Nothing since. Heres hoping for another flurry before the months out. 😐

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'Newspaper day' tends to be around the 26-29th of the month, which usually makes up the bulk of any end of the month surge. The 24th seems an odd day to choose for such a contract change, unless..........

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39 minutes ago, Avpics said:

'Newspaper day' tends to be around the 26-29th of the month, which usually makes up the bulk of any end of the month surge. The 24th seems an odd day to choose for such a contract change, unless..........

 

especially considering the relationship of many of them with the contract holder. 

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August is shaping up to be even drier than July for me with only two sales so far, of the same image no less!

 

Still waiting for a flurry... 🌨️

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On 28/07/2021 at 12:23, Webby said:

…..and then a $200 sale drops in. $80 to me. ☹️

Its even worse than that with the exchange rate at .75 pounds to the dollar just to make your day.😥

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29 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

August is shaping up to be even drier than July for me with only two sales so far, of the same image no less!

 

Still waiting for a flurry... 🌨️

mine is even worse,  totally dry, which would be welcomed for my eyes and nose, worse allergy years in decades,    but not for sales report.  

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