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« on: November 09, 2016, 18:22 »
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I'm pretty new to stock photography and sold my first photo by 'accident' on 500px not too long ago.  The whopping $10.20 sale piqued my interest in the stock photography world and as I did more research I began to realize how many sites are out there.  It became apparent that uploading a large number of photos to multiple stock sites can be time consuming especially on a slow internet connection.

After reading through the forums I didn't really find any solutions that fit my needs so I created newbielink:http://microstockly.com [nonactive].  As you can probably tell the site is in it's infancy but in just a couple weeks I believe I have something to start sharing with other stock photographers.  There are currently no sign up fees or usage limits in beta (keeping my fingers crossed no one runs up a $1,000 server bill on me :/ ) as I'm trying to urge potential users to sign up and give me some feedback.  One more thing to note for your security lovers out there is that all FTP credentials are encrypted and stored LOCALLY, removing the need to store them in a central database.

So if you get a chance, head on over to newbielink:http://microstockly.com [nonactive] and give it a whirl.  Feedback is greatly appreciated, good or bad.  Thanks!


alno

« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2016, 03:05 »
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I'm pretty new to stock photography and sold my first photo by 'accident' on 500px not too long ago.  The whopping $10.20 sale piqued my interest in the stock photography world and as I did more research I began to realize how many sites are out there.  It became apparent that uploading a large number of photos to multiple stock sites can be time consuming especially on a slow internet connection.

After reading through the forums I didn't really find any solutions that fit my needs so I created microstockly.com.  As you can probably tell the site is in it's infancy but in just a couple weeks I believe I have something to start sharing with other stock photographers.  There are currently no sign up fees or usage limits in beta (keeping my fingers crossed no one runs up a $1,000 server bill on me :/ ) as I'm trying to urge potential users to sign up and give me some feedback.  One more thing to note for your security lovers out there is that all FTP credentials are encrypted and stored LOCALLY, removing the need to store them in a central database.

So if you get a chance, head on over to microstockly.com and give it a whirl.  Feedback is greatly appreciated, good or bad.  Thanks!


Does your service only upload via FTP or UPLOAD and SUBMIT content for review on the stock sites?

« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2016, 05:20 »
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Than you didn't search enough :)

There are few services offering upload (once) and distribute to other agencies - picworkflow, stocksubmitter, dropstock.io etc ...

« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2016, 15:29 »
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I'm pretty new to stock photography and sold my first photo by 'accident' on 500px not too long ago.  The whopping $10.20 sale piqued my interest in the stock photography world and as I did more research I began to realize how many sites are out there.  It became apparent that uploading a large number of photos to multiple stock sites can be time consuming especially on a slow internet connection.

After reading through the forums I didn't really find any solutions that fit my needs so I created newbielink:http://microstockly.com [nonactive].  As you can probably tell the site is in it's infancy but in just a couple weeks I believe I have something to start sharing with other stock photographers.  There are currently no sign up fees or usage limits in beta (keeping my fingers crossed no one runs up a $1,000 server bill on me :/ ) as I'm trying to urge potential users to sign up and give me some feedback.  One more thing to note for your security lovers out there is that all FTP credentials are encrypted and stored LOCALLY, removing the need to store them in a central database.

So if you get a chance, head on over to newbielink:http://microstockly.com [nonactive] and give it a whirl.  Feedback is greatly appreciated, good or bad.  Thanks!


Does your service only upload via FTP or UPLOAD and SUBMIT content for review on the stock sites?


As of now it just FTPs the images, but I've been looking into adding review submission as a feature.  Is the ability to submit content for review an important part to you ?

alno

« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2016, 17:38 »
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I'm pretty new to stock photography and sold my first photo by 'accident' on 500px not too long ago.  The whopping $10.20 sale piqued my interest in the stock photography world and as I did more research I began to realize how many sites are out there.  It became apparent that uploading a large number of photos to multiple stock sites can be time consuming especially on a slow internet connection.

After reading through the forums I didn't really find any solutions that fit my needs so I created microstockly.com.  As you can probably tell the site is in it's infancy but in just a couple weeks I believe I have something to start sharing with other stock photographers.  There are currently no sign up fees or usage limits in beta (keeping my fingers crossed no one runs up a $1,000 server bill on me :/ ) as I'm trying to urge potential users to sign up and give me some feedback.  One more thing to note for your security lovers out there is that all FTP credentials are encrypted and stored LOCALLY, removing the need to store them in a central database.

So if you get a chance, head on over to microstockly.com and give it a whirl.  Feedback is greatly appreciated, good or bad.  Thanks!


Does your service only upload via FTP or UPLOAD and SUBMIT content for review on the stock sites?


As of now it just FTPs the images, but I've been looking into adding review submission as a feature.  Is the ability to submit content for review an important part to you ?


Sorry for ruining your startup but you are inventing the second Facebook without even knowing about the original one. Check Stocksubmitter for instance. It uploads and submits photos, vectors, videos to all stock agencies which worth upload and even to many others which don't. What is your unique proposal?


 

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