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Not counting the two files refunded and resold, 13 licences,

A nice $46.40 net for an infringement brought my month's income to $101.72 net, which is a good month for me.

Nice to see Alamy is at last taking infringements more seriously.

Gross income average on the regular sales: $8.14. Still grossly underachieving,

None of the desultory Chinese sales (I'm not in NU).

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Nice month for me

 

10 licences (above average) plus 1 infringement fee (which is the equiv of a $250 licence)

 

2 licences in $$$

5 in $$

3 in $

 

overall about twice the Alamy average, not factoring the Infringement

 

obviously helped by already opted out of Chinese distro.  

 

 

 

(disastrous CTR, but non of above licence were ever zoomed)

 

 

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Pathetic! 6 sales for $164, both lowest of last 12 months. BUT, my total CTR is over 1.1 for the last three months in row, if that means anything at all.

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Summary for 01 March 2022 to 31 March 2022 ( 3 item(s) totalling $231.56 )

 

Highest - $195

Lowest - $5

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Slightly below average with 12 sales for $453 gross. Two $$$ sales to report, which is encouraging. However, I'll remember March as the month when I joined the "sales for pence" club with my lowest sale ever on Alamy. I hope this club doesn't have a membership fee. 🙄

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A pretty poor month for me, just 6 licences, $195.34. So an average of $32.55. But my CTR dropped off the charts, just .27. The lowest it's ever been (from memory).

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Good month for me with 6 licenses for $354 gross, or $59 average.  All direct licenses, 2 for $$$ and 3 for $$.

 

I had previously opted out of Novel use, and last April I opted out of all distribution other than US and Japan, so none of the really low sales.

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51 sales. very unusual month for me.

 

6% were low $$$

43% mid to high $$

20% low to mid $$

30% were for low $

 

High: $155. Low: $0.72. Mean: $41. Mode: 17 x $63 going to a book publisher, and 10 x $3 going to a web co.

 

 

 

 

 

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Gets me out of the house! 31 (7 refunds) so in reality 24 for $267. Average $11. Highest $130, lowest >$5. CTR still hovering around .50.

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10 for $112. Highest $50. Rest low prices, but no China rates!!!. CTR been over 1 for a while now. Too long since I had a $$$ sale though. 

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A bit of a mixed bag with some refunds and later resales at slightly lower prices. According to Alamy 31 items, but that includes 3 refunds and 3 resales, so I guess 25 new sales.

 

Gross $486 Net $194

 

Highest $82 gross for TV use.

 

Decided to beat the tax man by spending some of my hard earned gains on the business, all of £3.49 on a new screen protector for the Sony RX100

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Below average numbers at 8. And $12.17 deducted for Other Fees, $16 average Gross so well below the Alamy claimed average. 

 

Also not at all happy with @Alamy lack of responses on here on various issues which only they can clarify....

 

Phil

 

 

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I had 49 sales for $544 gross/$213 net. That's my highest number of sales ever, but included 2 of the Chinese tiny ones, and 8 of the gardening ones for low $. The best was $78. I also had more zooms than I've had before.

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Good for sales, poor for prices!

21 for $302 gross, $112 net.

Average gross $14

Alan
 

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