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« Reply #25 on: October 02, 2009, 12:13 »
On another thread, I read we can not opt out of this WP deal, is it true?

Hey Madelaide,

For the Crestock plugin, you have to opt in, which implies you're opted out by default.

For the "Microstock Photo Plugin for Wordpress" which currently uses Fotolia photos, there's no reason to have an opt out as the plugin enables bloggers to 'buy' images. As contributors, this plugin just helps Fotolia (and very soon other agencies as well) to sell more photos. The bloggers get the ability to activate referral links on the images they use, but that doesn't directly affect us as contributors (though it has the potential to drive buyers to the agencies enabled through the plugin).

« Reply #26 on: October 14, 2009, 13:08 »
just curious - how many of you did opt in for the Crestock freebie images deal?

After sending an email to Crestock, Gudmund opted me out again - thanks for that.

« Reply #27 on: October 27, 2009, 19:06 »
Isn't that exciting?  ;D

After only two weeks, our Freebie Images WordPress plugin has been downloaded over 5000 times, we've received over 16,000 backlinks to your image pages - and we're absolutely thrilled about the incredible popularity it has gained in the blogosphere. (...)
Finally, we're offering an additional 5% commission on every single credit sale you make when you join the WordPress project.


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