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« on: December 14, 2011, 14:19 »
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I just created a page on my website called "Images In Action". Basically it is a showcase of my images that have been popular with many commercial websites. Each image is followed by several links leading to those sites using it. There will be hundreds more links to come.

I called those images "foolproof" because of their "proven" popularity and therefore have those images linked to a buy area if visitors wish to buy such images.

http://denispepin.com/in-action


As well I did create a "Make Money" page where anyone with an email address and a PayPal account can make 30% commission by simply referring buyers to my site with a code.

http://denispepin.com/make-money


 
« Last Edit: December 15, 2011, 16:34 by cybernesco »


« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2011, 10:52 »
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Amongst others, so far I have discovered that my images have been used by Apple, Macworld, Kleenex, Esquire, Canadiangeographic, and Frommer's.  I have put all the links within my "Images in Action" page. I guess for the ones that have a site, it would be worthwhile to search for those big companies that have your images displayed and put up a similar page.

Denis

« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2011, 12:04 »
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How do you find your images beeing in action? just using TinEye or google images?

« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2011, 12:25 »
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How do you find your images beeing in action? just using TinEye or google images?

The best way is by using google image. Similar to TinEye but much more powerful. Just pick an image url from one of the agencies you are with and paste it into the allocated google field.  Before, get google image and click on the little camera within the field....another field will show asking either to upload an image or paste an image URL. I find that just pasting a URL is the easiest and fastest way. I have many hundreds links that way. It could take a long time for me to look at them all. I am just going to use the best ones. I suggest that you start with your long time best selling images first.

Denis
« Last Edit: December 15, 2011, 12:28 by cybernesco »

« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2011, 09:56 »
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Just pick an image url from one of the agencies you are with and paste it into the allocated google field.  

It's even simpler than that. Just open google images (images.google.com) and then drag an image from any website to the textbox of google images. Couldn't be easier than that.

ShadySue

« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2011, 10:08 »
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Just pick an image url from one of the agencies you are with and paste it into the allocated google field.  

It's even simpler than that. Just open google images (images.google.com) and then drag an image from any website to the textbox of google images. Couldn't be easier than that.

If you're using Chrome, it's easier still: right click on an image and choose 'search Google with this image'.
For some reason, the results in the past week or so haven't been as good as they were before.

« Reply #6 on: December 16, 2011, 11:46 »
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Just pick an image url from one of the agencies you are with and paste it into the allocated google field.  

It's even simpler than that. Just open google images (images.google.com) and then drag an image from any website to the textbox of google images. Couldn't be easier than that.

If you're using Chrome, it's easier still: right click on an image and choose 'search Google with this image'.
For some reason, the results in the past week or so haven't been as good as they were before.

Thanks Shadysue and Ruigsantos..did not know that!!  Yes..the result a couple weeks back were much better.  In addition, I found that, although I still get many links searching by "images", it does not include the fewer ones found by keywords search. Therefore I still do the two type of searches. Denis

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