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« on: June 03, 2016, 07:38 »
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I thinks, lots of us received an invitation to Ingimage and partners in March. Looks like it was a campain to make a better start for StockPhotoSecrets. But look at their prices!
They offer 250 Dls per week, subscription for 12 months, for $999. It's about 52 weeks in the year, so they selling 13000 images for $999. It's $0,07 per image and this is only SPS price! How much can author get? $0,01? What is it? A new DollarPhotoClub rising? The cheaper, the angrier?


« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2016, 07:50 »
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I thinks, lots of us received an invitation to Ingimage and partners in March. Looks like it was a campain to make a better start for StockPhotoSecrets. But look at their prices!
They offer 250 Dls per week, subscription for 12 months, for $999. It's about 52 weeks in the year, so they selling 13000 images for $999. It's $0,07 per image and this is only SPS price! How much can author get? $0,01? What is it? A new DollarPhotoClub rising? The cheaper, the angrier?

I am pretty sure it's the same as with every other subscription program since their invention a decade or more ago. You'll get a subscription sale for each of those downloads. I have no idea how much those are paid for at Ingimage but if you supply them you should know.

« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2016, 08:09 »
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Nope. The trick is "250 per week". Shutterstock sells subscription for $199/month and it's 750 images. $0,26 per unit. See the difference? 0,26 vs 0,07.

« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2016, 08:14 »
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lol, where you guys find those "third worlds sites" noone heard of?

I'm not talking only about this in particular but many titles in this forums about people complaining or want to know lowest earners with fast upload.

Why not just try to make images/vectors/videos for sites that pays you enough

« Reply #4 on: June 03, 2016, 09:53 »
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Well, I work with SignElements for a few years and it is good. Better than other well-known low-earners for me. They offered to join their mother-agency, Ingimage. Why not? Now I know, why.
As for other "third-world" - I don't know, sometimes they worth trying. If they can make $100 in a year, why reject any money? :) They are extremely easy to upload usually.

« Reply #5 on: June 04, 2016, 01:41 »
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Nope. The trick is "250 per week". Shutterstock sells subscription for $199/month and it's 750 images. $0,26 per unit. See the difference? 0,26 vs 0,07.

Shutterstock pays me 38 cents per download, so they must be giving away money for free then.

Or: Your logic calculating the "xxx per image" is flawed because no customer actually downloads that many images after all. It doesn't make a difference if you make it 25 per day, 750 per month, 250 per week. You could actually sell subscriptions for "one million images per day" and it still wouldn't change how many images are actually being downloaded.

« Reply #6 on: June 04, 2016, 01:45 »
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Well, I work with SignElements for a few years and it is good. Better than other well-known low-earners for me. They offered to join their mother-agency, Ingimage. Why not? Now I know, why.
As for other "third-world" - I don't know, sometimes they worth trying. If they can make $100 in a year, why reject any money? :) They are extremely easy to upload usually.

Maybe you should have informed yourself instead of jumping on the "oh, I might make $100 a year" slogan? Ingimage has had those partner resellers for many years, anyone can get them, you can start your own agency tomorrow with their images.

And there are reasons why they only have 4 million images compared to the 80 million at Shutterstock.

So maybe it's not their offer you should be questioning but your lack of informing yourself before making a decision?

« Reply #7 on: June 04, 2016, 14:06 »
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« Reply #8 on: June 04, 2016, 14:38 »
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Maybe you should have informed yourself instead of jumping on the "oh, I might make $100 a year" slogan? Ingimage has had those partner resellers for many years, anyone can get them, you can start your own agency tomorrow with their images.

And there are reasons why they only have 4 million images compared to the 80 million at Shutterstock.

So maybe it's not their offer you should be questioning but your lack of informing yourself before making a decision?
Ok, I was wrong. And misinformed. Problem is not in regular offering, but in so called 99CLUB. "Perfect for Dollar Photo Club Expired Customers" they said. Limited offer they said. Did not said, where is the limit.
https://shop.stockphotosecrets.com/99club.html
$99 for 200 images per year. License is forever. They selling on demand images for $0,5.

And I did not know about 99club, when I signed. Actually, I did not even signed anything. Just mailed back, that I agree, asked a few questions and waiting for a confirmation. They did not answered. Did not even offered me to read any TOS or agreement. Too tricky and too much DollarPhotoClub for me.


 

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