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While Alamy was always a low earner for me with less than 5% of my stock sales last year, I have already exceeded my total of 2017 in 2018 with quite a few nice over 100 USD licence, all sold as RF. Happy.

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1 hour ago, Michael Ventura said:

After a mini drought, it was nice to have four sales drop in today and one of those being a $250 book use!

 

That's encourging to hear. I've had a few good sales this month too. Hope it's a trend.

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Beaten my record ever of gross sales today. 

2 sales short of BME but one more day to go. I don't think I'll beat or equal that record somehow but you never know. Happy.

 

Gen

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One of my favorite images sold for three figures for a book. Happy.

 

Paulette

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First ever sale on Alamy this morning for $52 gross. Globular springtail (Dicyrtomina saundersi) only 2mm.

Exactly 7 months since joining and 900 photos uploaded.

Globular Springtail (Dicyrtomina saundersi) with tiny water drop at the end of its face on Rhododendron leaf. Cahir, Stock Photo

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14 minutes ago, Larbug said:

First ever sale on Alamy this morning for $52 gross. Globular springtail (Dicyrtomina saundersi) only 2mm.

Exactly 7 months since joining and 900 photos uploaded.

Globular Springtail (Dicyrtomina saundersi) with tiny water drop at the end of its face on Rhododendron leaf. Cahir, Stock Photo

 

Great shot. First of many sales to come, I'm sure. Quality, knowledge, niche. 

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28 minutes ago, losdemas said:

 

Great shot. First of many sales to come, I'm sure. Quality, knowledge, niche. 

Thanks Danny. 

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13 hours ago, Larbug said:

First ever sale on Alamy this morning for $52 gross. Globular springtail (Dicyrtomina saundersi) only 2mm.

Exactly 7 months since joining and 900 photos uploaded.

Globular Springtail (Dicyrtomina saundersi) with tiny water drop at the end of its face on Rhododendron leaf. Cahir, Stock Photo

 

Fantastic - well done! It's a great feeling, isn't it? Here's to many more. :)

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2 hours ago, Colblimp said:

 

Fantastic - well done! It's a great feeling, isn't it? Here's to many more. :)

 

Thanks Andy. Yes, great incentive to just keep uploading.

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Wow, I feel like I just time traveled back to the year, 2011!  Four sales popped in today and three of the four were $100+ and one of those was for a $400 book use!  Thanks Alamy!

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7 sales dropped in yesterday, that equals my best ever single day's sales on Alamy.

 

John.

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3 minutes ago, Stokie said:

7 sales dropped in yesterday, that equals my best ever single day's sales on Alamy.

 

John.

 

Most heart-warming, a real incentive to upload more. Jolly well done!

 

Gen

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2 minutes ago, gvallee said:

 

Most heart-warming, a real incentive to upload more. Jolly well done!

 

Gen

 

Thanks Gen.

 

I've been averaging 14 sales a month over the last 12 months, so 7 in 1 day is great!

 

If i don't sell anything I upload more - and if I do sell anything I upload more!!! 

 

John.

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7 minutes ago, Stokie said:

 

Thanks Gen.

 

I've been averaging 14 sales a month over the last 12 months, so 7 in 1 day is great!

 

If i don't sell anything I upload more - and if I do sell anything I upload more!!! 

 

John.

 

That's pretty good. I'm not sure I should post this in the "positive news" thread, but I'm having a strange month. 11 sales so far: x2 PU, x1 Presentation, x7 distributors, ONE single direct sale! No regret to be in these schemes...

 

Gen

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