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Ok, I have to confess to being a wee bit confoozled by this one. Anyone care to try and decipher?


Country: Worldwide

Usage: iQ sale: Magazine, Editorial print and digital use. Missing inside.One time use only, Discounted re-use

Industry sector: Media, design & publishing

Start: 27 May 2016

End: 27 May 2018

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A first time seller for me, John...


That's odd. I guess "Discounted re-use" might refer to a possible future use -- i.e. a discount will be applied if the client wants to re-use the image down the road.


P.S. "Missing inside" is a real stumper.

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An IQ sale does not mean the image has licensed before, only that a particular client in the IQ scheme has already licensed images through Alamy.


As explained by Alamy in the clients section:


"How does it work?

When you search, the intelligent library flags the media your organization has already purchased – right there in the search results. You can easily see who used what and where."


I can't explain "missing inside" either.


Hope this helps.



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