bgolden Posted April 21, 2015 Share Posted April 21, 2015 Hi everybody, I'm new to the forum and relatively new to Alamy and stock in general - I've only been uploading for about a year - and would like some advice on my collection. I've had a good read through many similar posts and understand that I don't have a large number of photos and that to some extent stock is a numbers game. So I have increased the rate of my uploading new shots but my performance of sales and zooms after a good start has become almost non-existent. By the end of last year (after my first 10 months) I only had about 300 shots uploaded but I did have 3 sales and significant zooms. This year with over 600 shots, I have so far since January 1st just 2 zooms in total and no sales. I'm beginning to feel like the 'invisible man'. Can anyone advise? Take a look at my shots and offer critique? Maybe my stuff just isn't the stuff of stock or maybe not good enough (although if there's no zooms, I don't know how they're being assessed). I am getting views so I guess I'm appearing in searches but that's it. All comments would be very much appreciated. Bob Golden Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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