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jareso

  • Boris Jaroscak
« on: July 10, 2010, 02:13 »
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DepositPhotos has now a public profile page where you can upload your photo or avatar + share some information about yourself if you want such as website, where are you from, occupation etc.

It is also possible to see there info about sales, levels and more so you can check anyone this way.

(If this is already well known thing than sorry. ;D - I found it just recently.)

Mine is like follows:
http://depositphotos.com/view_profile.php?id=1002040
« Last Edit: July 10, 2010, 02:39 by jareso »


« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2010, 09:50 »
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just deactivate all my files since it is really low view and slow sales, i got 1 sale but it was 'returned sale' so i am back to zero.

Just decide to deactivate all files first, instead of stuck with few dollars for a website.

« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2010, 05:11 »
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just deactivate all my files since it is really low view and slow sales, i got 1 sale but it was 'returned sale' so i am back to zero.

Just decide to deactivate all files first, instead of stuck with few dollars for a website.

I'm just curious to why after spending time getting images on a site you would want to deactivate them. I'm not criticising, I just want to know how it would be beneficial to have less images online than more. If a buyer was browsing Deposit Photos, just having a look at the site and came across your photos, he could think I could do with these images and search for them on his existing account elsewhere. Or he could open an account on dp and get the 10 free images a day offer, for which you still get paid.

I have 216 images on dp and it took time to get them there. I have 25 downloads 2 with credits and 23 subs (mostly the free images buyers get, I'd imagine). Not bad for a new site. I'd only remove my images if they offended me or I knew they had shady practices.

« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2010, 12:29 »
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well,  sometime it has become like you understand you have a choice not to 'like' some website. =) like you will feel you are exploited for spend sometime to 'upload' for the website, and only get paid in few years.

You start to support a website that is fair, giving more returns, you know you may lose some $ from the website that is slow in sales but you won't mind that little money.
« Last Edit: July 14, 2010, 12:39 by mtkang »

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