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I see that some of this is being reported in the 'slow month' thread, but I think it deserves its own thread.

So I'll start.

I only just noticed that May was my lowest month for $$, for at least twelve months - but April was the highest!

June has perked up again, 10 sales, c$120 net.

Means that not counting last years' catch up of 22 back sales, I'm just over half last year's earnings, with fewer sales, over the first six months.

I've resumed uploading at a 'reasonable' (?!) level over the last seven months; the sales were: 5xB, 1xC, 1XD, 2xF, 1xJ. It's surely a waiting game, but 2 of the Bs and the C were upgrades of previous sales. Thanks to the honest buyer. :)

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10 sales - $398 - luckily only one distributor sale.

 

1xB - 3xC -  2xD - 3xE - 1xF

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After a blank May, 5 sales for $223 was my June, including 1 today for $115.

 

1xF, 2xH, 1xK, 1xM.

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Sorry, quoted myself instead of editing :wacko:

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. eh? How did I manage that twice?

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General idiocy.

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10 sales for $261. I’m happy with that. Only one distributor. Second highest month for both number of sales and revenue after April. May was abysmal.

1x H

3x J

1x K

4x M

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2 minutes ago, Cryptoprocta said:

. eh? How did I manage that twice?

 

LOL :lol:

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Worst month for a long time with just the one sale at the worst price I've ever had - my share won't even buy me a coffee! Even a PU would have paid more. And the use?

 

Country: United Kingdom
Usage: Editorial
Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic
Print run: up to 500,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 01 May 2018
End: 01 May 2023
Duration: 3 months. Any placement: Inside or cover.

 

At least views and zooms are holding up so there is some hope though it seems we have reached the bottom and are still digging.

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6 minutes ago, Paul Heinrich said:

Worst month for a long time with just the one sale at the worst price I've ever had - my share won't even buy me a coffee! Even a PU would have paid more. And the use?

 

Country: United Kingdom
Usage: Editorial
Media: Magazine - print, digital and electronic
Print run: up to 500,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1 page
Start: 01 May 2018
End: 01 May 2023
Duration: 3 months. Any placement: Inside or cover.

 

At least views and zooms are holding up so there is some hope though it seems we have reached the bottom and are still digging.

That's unfortunate, the only remotely similar licence I can find this year was $30 for less usage.

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8 sales for $273. CTR good.

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Average month. 18 sales for $514 gross.

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1 hour ago, Paul Heinrich said:

 

Start: 01 May 2018
End: 01 May 2023
Duration: 3 months.

What does that mean? Any three months within a five-year window?

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22 for $625 - from A to J.

 

Gen

 

 

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Good month

 

21 sales :)

 

$ usual low prices :(

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18 minutes ago, Cryptoprocta said:

What does that mean? Any three months within a five-year window?

I take it to mean it's a quarterly magazine, already published or about to be, and a 5-year licence for web.

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21 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

I take it to mean it's a quarterly magazine, already published or about to be, and a 5-year licence for web.

That makes sense, thanks!

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This sale landed this morning. Licence is for a UK national newspaper print run up to 2 million copies. I don’t know which newspaper so if you spot it please let me know. It’s not appearing on Google search so I suspect its one of the paywall papers - Times, Telegraph?

 

walton-on-the-naze-essex-uk-4th-may-2018

 

 

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14 for $818, including 4 $$$ and a bunch of $ distributor sales. 

Half way through 2018, number of sales up, total $ short of 2017, and 2016. $/sale way down.

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June was a pretty average month for me.  16 sales (assuming nothing pops in today) for $1039.  The only thing odd was that 9 of the 16 sales were A series images!  I seem to be on track to match last year's number in both sales and revenue.  I keep uploaded but not getting much upward traction!

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5 sales, highest $89

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UK weather. Page 4 in The Times, page 2 in the daily Express and front page in the ??? Lets wait and see.

In my back garden.

Alan

 

 

 

 

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UK weather. "Its Spring and the grass needs cutting". Used twice for $198 and again in my back garden. So there is no reason to travel far to get saleable images.

 

Alan

 

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