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« Reply #150 on: February 19, 2012, 08:10 »
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Good news!

And I love the new sale history page where thumbnails of sold items are displayed.
I wish you great success

Thank you Thomas!


« Reply #151 on: February 19, 2012, 12:24 »
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Alright guys, so you like them?
Thanks for all the info, I looked around and I'm going to give them a try right now.
I love the 75% commission :)
Sounds fair, for a change :)
Let's see their upload system and sales.


Anitta, how do you price your vectors?
All 5 dollars?
What's best to do when it comes to vectors?

« Reply #152 on: February 19, 2012, 12:56 »
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Good improvements, thank you :)

« Reply #153 on: February 19, 2012, 21:16 »
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I wonder if the license for allyoucanstock is closer to standard license or extended license?if just one price for downloads for all usage, one should may consider a higher price close to extended license?


Alright guys, so you like them?
Thanks for all the info, I looked around and I'm going to give them a try right now.
I love the 75% commission :)
Sounds fair, for a change :)
Let's see their upload system and sales.


Anitta, how do you price your vectors?
All 5 dollars?
What's best to do when it comes to vectors?

« Reply #154 on: February 19, 2012, 21:20 »
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I wonder if the license for allyoucanstock is closer to standard license or extended license?if just one price for downloads for all usage, one should may consider a higher price close to extended license?

i notice there are some files you can buy for different size too, but some files are one price.. is it a newly added features?


Alright guys, so you like them?
Thanks for all the info, I looked around and I'm going to give them a try right now.
I love the 75% commission :)
Sounds fair, for a change :)
Let's see their upload system and sales.


Anitta, how do you price your vectors?
All 5 dollars?
What's best to do when it comes to vectors?

digitalexpressionimages

« Reply #155 on: February 19, 2012, 23:24 »
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Maybe I missed this in an earlier post but I can't see how you would apply more than one model release to an image. I uploaded several shots with 2 models but could only select a single release. The releases had already been uploaded so I was picking them from the "select previous release" pulldown menu. Can someone enlighten me on how one does that?

It would also be nice if there was a field for comments when uploading.

« Reply #156 on: February 20, 2012, 02:01 »
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Hello,

I zipped several Model Releases together, then it worked!
They told me that they are working on on the multi select option for uploading MRs.

Greetings

« Reply #157 on: February 20, 2012, 15:05 »
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Anitta, how do you price your vectors?
All 5 dollars?
What's best to do when it comes to vectors?

I've got mine at a wide variance.  I have most priced at $10, some sets at like $12 and if I have like a set of several images I price them a bit lower just to see if I could get a buyer to buy the whole set individually.  Right now I'm testing out the market and I'll probably give it until next January to see if I need to do a price adjustment depending on how this year goes.  I've had 1 sale back in December which is a little discouraging but hopefully they'll start to market to the right buyers and that'll go up.

Good luck Ann and nice to see you again

*hugs*

« Reply #158 on: February 20, 2012, 20:43 »
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Hi all,
as promised, yesterday, Sunday, I started uploading. About 20 images, random, vectors and photos. 
I used the on-site, web form. 
It's easy. :)
No categories, no unecessary steps, no clutter, it's simple and it goes faster than you expect.
But you can only do it one by one.
FTP is a must for larger uploads.
One more good point - review times.
They're fast :)
On weekend, Sunday evening, it only took them a couple of hours to review all the images.
That's nice, good job All You Can Stock :)

The site feels somewhat 'unfinished' to me, but the thumbs preview is large and beautiful and everything seems to be working as expected.
The 75% commission is, of course, great.
I'll upload more and let's see sales.
All in all, not bad All You Can Stock :)
I like you guys, you're easy to work with and I wish you best of luck :)

@Anita,
thank you :)
I knew I could trust in your help, as usual :)
Missed you lots, but I'm still struggling, in and out of hospitals most of the time, difficult to be active on microstock.
Today is a good day though. I'm enjoying it :)
Alright girl, I'll follow your example.
10 dollars most of the vectors, with a few price differences on selective work. Up or down.
Deal, this sounds good to me.
I'll start uploading the rest of my vectors these days and I'll price them accordingly.
Thank you again, Anita, much appreciated :)
See you soon,

« Reply #159 on: February 20, 2012, 21:01 »
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Just contact them they will give you FTP. If you have Keywords imbedded they make it super easy. Only thing is you need to tell them you have images in the FTP by sending them an email

« Reply #160 on: February 21, 2012, 06:36 »
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Hi all,
as promised, yesterday, Sunday, I started uploading. About 20 images, random, vectors and photos. 
I used the on-site, web form. 
It's easy. :)
No categories, no unecessary steps, no clutter, it's simple and it goes faster than you expect.
But you can only do it one by one.
FTP is a must for larger uploads.
One more good point - review times.
They're fast :)
On weekend, Sunday evening, it only took them a couple of hours to review all the images.
That's nice, good job All You Can Stock :)

The site feels somewhat 'unfinished' to me, but the thumbs preview is large and beautiful and everything seems to be working as expected.
The 75% commission is, of course, great.
I'll upload more and let's see sales.
All in all, not bad All You Can Stock :)
I like you guys, you're easy to work with and I wish you best of luck :)

@Anita,
thank you :)
I knew I could trust in your help, as usual :)
Missed you lots, but I'm still struggling, in and out of hospitals most of the time, difficult to be active on microstock.
Today is a good day though. I'm enjoying it :)
Alright girl, I'll follow your example.
10 dollars most of the vectors, with a few price differences on selective work. Up or down.
Deal, this sounds good to me.
I'll start uploading the rest of my vectors these days and I'll price them accordingly.
Thank you again, Anita, much appreciated :)
See you soon,

Hi Eireann,

Thank you for your comments :)

We will send you all details of how to use the AYCS FTP services in a separate mail.

Thank you,
Zsolt

All You Can Stock team

« Reply #161 on: February 21, 2012, 14:35 »
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Glad you're having a good day Ann.  From the sounds of it you could use a lot more good days.  *hugs*

That's exactly what I do my base is $10 then I make adjustments during submission with the price depending on what the image is.  It is relatively easy to upload to.  I agree no categories is a good thing :)

« Reply #162 on: February 21, 2012, 16:22 »
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Two questions:

1.  Has anyone actually had sales there?  I read the "csproductions" posts, so at least one person has, but how about the rest?

2.  Am I looking at this right?  I go to the AYCS home page and sort by downloads.  There are four images that have been downloaded twice and most or all of the other "most downloaded" shots on the first page have had 1 download.

I think I'm going to need a lot more encouragement before putting my port there.

The financials sure are intriguing, though.

« Reply #163 on: February 21, 2012, 16:42 »
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I've had one sale there since I started with them in December. Not a lot of sales but this one was for $7.50 and the money was paid to my paypal account immediately.  I'm not sure about the future sales but I will say they are one of the most receptive and communicative sites I deal with. Also, upload via the FTP is super easy and I choose my own pricing (at 75% commission). This allows me to keep my pricing very competitive and still get a great RPD. They are really giving a great effort. I would like to see them succeed.

« Reply #164 on: February 21, 2012, 16:44 »
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Two questions:

1.  Has anyone actually had sales there?  I read the "csproductions" posts, so at least one person has, but how about the rest?

2.  Am I looking at this right?  I go to the AYCS home page and sort by downloads.  There are four images that have been downloaded twice and most or all of the other "most downloaded" shots on the first page have had 1 download.

I think I'm going to need a lot more encouragement before putting my port there.

The financials sure are intriguing, though.

you wanna join?... think about other agencies..  ;D

« Reply #165 on: February 21, 2012, 20:59 »
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I also had one sale there in December and not a peep since.  Course once a marketing plan is put into motion that might change.

« Reply #166 on: February 21, 2012, 22:22 »
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I sold two in January and earned $15. Nothing so far in February

Steve

« Reply #167 on: February 22, 2012, 01:45 »
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There are the sites (like DepositPhotos) that have enough money to pay to contributors for uploading. And there are others that can't afford it and they prefer pretending sales and that are buying images themselves to make contributors happy. I think that it could be the case of AYCS but I have no problem with it .

« Reply #168 on: February 22, 2012, 02:36 »
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There are the sites (like DepositPhotos) that have enough money to pay to contributors for uploading. And there are others that can't afford it and they prefer pretending sales and that are buying images themselves to make contributors happy. I think that it could be the case of AYCS but I have no problem with it .

But if that is the case, which I'm sure a fair few people have suspected (it is amazing how people join this thread and say ok im going to give it a go and then a few days later report back and say omg, Sales), how does one feel about contributing to a site which deceives you from the start. It stands to reason that there would be further deceptions in the future.

« Reply #169 on: February 22, 2012, 07:22 »
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Hi Everybody,

addressing the sales front I would take one step back and look at our history so far. 2.5 months ago, back on 12/1 last year we only had 800 stocks there was close to nothing to sell and now thanks to the AYCS artist community we have 80 000+ high quality stock images. This is still considered a small store in the eyes of some large publishers and editor companies.

We do have already customers though graphic design, home, architectural design and creative studios who are working for big international clients and also we are in advanced contract negotiations with magazines and publishers. We also buy a few images for marketing and promotional materials.

Stock ordering also apparently started kicking off as we receive more and more briefs for specific needs from our clients.

We believe and working hard that the sales will pick up speed in parallel as we grow.

Another somewhat related announcement that we will roll out our referral program in the very near future.    

Thank you,
Zsolt

All You Can Stock team
« Last Edit: February 22, 2012, 07:23 by AllYouCanStock »

« Reply #170 on: February 22, 2012, 08:17 »
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There are the sites (like DepositPhotos) that have enough money to pay to contributors for uploading. And there are others that can't afford it and they prefer pretending sales and that are buying images themselves to make contributors happy. I think that it could be the case of AYCS but I have no problem with it .

perhaps thats the case I dont mind too, so far 69$

« Reply #171 on: February 22, 2012, 16:56 »
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There are the sites (like DepositPhotos) that have enough money to pay to contributors for uploading. And there are others that can't afford it and they prefer pretending sales and that are buying images themselves to make contributors happy. I think that it could be the case of AYCS but I have no problem with it .

perhaps thats the case I dont mind too, so far 69$

And you're one of the people on msg who reports his sales the most often, I'm not saying that's a bad thing, I'm just saying I know you will keep reporting back with sales figures here and other people will know too.

As a general comment and I'm not talking about All You Can Stock, I would say that people's ports are worth a lot. If I were to collect all your ports for example which are unwatermarked, full resolution images, I would have a fortune, or at least the potential to make a fortune for many years to come and there are many more avenues than just selling images online.

« Reply #172 on: February 22, 2012, 17:52 »
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There are the sites (like DepositPhotos) that have enough money to pay to contributors for uploading. And there are others that can't afford it and they prefer pretending sales and that are buying images themselves to make contributors happy. I think that it could be the case of AYCS but I have no problem with it .

perhaps thats the case I dont mind too, so far 69$

And you're one of the people on msg who reports his sales the most often, I'm not saying that's a bad thing, I'm just saying I know you will keep reporting back with sales figures here and other people will know too.

As a general comment and I'm not talking about All You Can Stock, I would say that people's ports are worth a lot. If I were to collect all your ports for example which are unwatermarked, full resolution images, I would have a fortune, or at least the potential to make a fortune for many years to come and there are many more avenues than just selling images online.

are you suggesting they are getting other revenue from our portfolio? actually I dont think they are doing that, perhaps giving some $$ for the continuous upload but nothing else..

« Reply #173 on: February 22, 2012, 18:47 »
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There are the sites (like DepositPhotos) that have enough money to pay to contributors for uploading. And there are others that can't afford it and they prefer pretending sales and that are buying images themselves to make contributors happy. I think that it could be the case of AYCS but I have no problem with it .

perhaps thats the case I dont mind too, so far 69$

And you're one of the people on msg who reports his sales the most often, I'm not saying that's a bad thing, I'm just saying I know you will keep reporting back with sales figures here and other people will know too.

As a general comment and I'm not talking about All You Can Stock, I would say that people's ports are worth a lot. If I were to collect all your ports for example which are unwatermarked, full resolution images, I would have a fortune, or at least the potential to make a fortune for many years to come and there are many more avenues than just selling images online.

are you suggesting they are getting other revenue from our portfolio? actually I dont think they are doing that, perhaps giving some $$ for the continuous upload but nothing else..

Nope I'm not suggesting that. If I were doing online business with you I would not deceive you, but you only have my word and just words which you see online, you've never met me and you don't know me. Stock companies come and go, but the files can remain, I'm not suggesting anything of course, I think we all know this right. So if we're going to send our files somewhere each of us make a decision based on trust. If we believe someone is above board and not using covert business practices then go for it.

« Reply #174 on: February 22, 2012, 18:55 »
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oh boy.. thats true.. but I believe we should quit stock if we think of all that possibilities, again I think thats not the case

Microstock InsiderPhotoDune

 

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