Betty LaRue Posted December 18, 2015 Share Posted December 18, 2015 I'm trying to figure out the best way to keep the flow. Do you: 1. Upload a batch, wait for QC then prep for sale 2. Upload and while waiting for QC, get the next batch worked up ignoring prepping of any that is approved and waiting in Manage Images? What I've been doing is: Upload. While waiting for QC, get the next upload batch developed. If I get that done before QC of the previous batch, I prep images that have already been approved. But often don't get those finished before the next upload is approved, thus adding to the "unprepped" pile. This is what goes on Mon-Fri, so then I have the weekend to get next batch developed and uploaded, then spend the rest of the weekend getting the pile prepped for sale or at least knocked down considerably. What is most important, number and quantity of uploads or having every single image on sale even though it means you weren't able to work on a new batch and get it uploaded? I got caught up on prepping for sale last weekend. Then I had a three batches approved during the week. I've prepped about half so far, and hope to get the rest done over the weekend and get a new batch developed for upload on Sunday. My batches have been around 15-20 images each. I'm on a fast track without much time to smell the roses. As a result, my zooms are 3-4 times more than they were a year ago, and slowly making more sales. Right now, I have the highest 30 day zoom total ever. That total keeps climbing. My CTR is well above the average. Total CTR and average CTR. Do I mess with what's working or do I smell some roses along the way? Sometimes I get discouraged when I see my last 6 sales don't even add up to $100.00 together. Sales used to be routinely $80-180 each, with a few selling for more. Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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