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Hello,

 

This is the correct one and ignore the March topic. We can use it next month :).

 

Like i said zero sales in February.

 

Mirco

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Three low priced sales. Ouch! Month of the Lent and Shrovetide...

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Views through the roof, zooms through the floor (lowest for 12 months) and ctr with them.

 

One outstanding (as in old, not fantastic!) sale reported two days ago.  Just finished discussing misreported usage with MS, so am expecting an increased fee.

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It's still February in Denver, Colorado but this has been my best month at Alamy in a very long time.  I had 4 images licensed at $417.03 gross.

 

Yes, I know it's not the same value per image we used to get years ago, but from a dollar perspective, it's the most I've earned in one month since I can remember (having been on Alamy previously, then leaving for personal reasons, then re-joining again a couple of years ago).

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Volume wise February was the best month I've had for a year but the decline in fees is a concern.

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Not a Good month and that's all I'm going to say or write.

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February was about average sales, 16. The gross was $1102 with an average sale price was $69. So kind of an okay month.

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Well, it's now almost March in Vancouver, so I guess it's kosher to chime in. February wasn't as stellar as January, but it was still a good month. I had nine RM sales for about $1150 gross (thanks to textbook leases). All the sales were 50/50 split (i.e. no distributor ones), which hasn't happened in a long time.

 

Muchas gracias, Alamy

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8 sales for $560 lowest $34 highest $180.

 

Zooms and views more erratic than the weather. Measures is just not measuring up!.

 

 

Regards

Craig 

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Canny for a laddy.

 

10 sales grossing $560, thankfully no distributors taking their cut.

 

Expect a refund on a double sale (travel brochure), a nightmare March would be minus 1 sale.

 

Zooms picking up a bit but still appreciably lower than before Xmas.

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Sales volumes down 30%, sales values down 45% and zooms down 25%.

 

Not good.

 

dov

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Zooms and views good. Sales rubbish....worse for a long time.

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Not  so hot, only two in February! Although my Views and Zooms stats were quite high. Which may point to more sales in the future!

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Bad!  Had an average number of sales but low low prices... :( - except for one photo I have now sold 16 times on Alamy alone!!! - maybe I should ditch all the rest! :rolleyes:

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71 sales...

 

 

km

How many were NOT of storms in Aberystwyth?

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First month without a sale for three years or so. Downer.

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19 sales, quite normal for me but average price down from $65 to $50. No textbook sales for me this month, 

Col

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3 sales for me one at $239. Could be worse, but zooms way down in February.

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Average for me but on the upside, two sales eventually reported from Live News used in July.

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Not a Good month and that's all I'm going to say or write.

 

Snap......and that sounds like it was, cr....

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