Armstrong Posted March 1, 2015 Share Posted March 1, 2015 I have relatively few images on Alamy compared to some of the more experienced contributors. There is an often quoted average figure that roughly speaking 1000 images will return x dollars in sales per year. I was wondering if as an individual contributor adds many more images (thousands) does their individual return per image figure increase? The reasons could be that as sales come in the photographer gets a better idea of what works for them, or their zooms indicate better subjects to concentrate on. Or does the RPI for an individual stay roughly the same as more images go up? The reason I am asking is to help trying to predict the number of images I need to upload to Alamy to get the income I would like. Many Thanks Michael Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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