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« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2016, 12:10 »
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"Dreamstime is the best curated image collection in the world, with more than 41 million online images, which are taken out of nearly 80 million submissions"

« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2016, 12:14 »
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So they don't say exactly what the new options are, and when I look at the DT site, I don't see anything new in the subs area. The $39 for 5 images a month and $69 for 10 images a month "subscriptions" have been there for a while I think.

Looking around for background on Andrew Watzenboeck, he appears to have bounced around Hemera, Jupiter Images, Getty and Fotolia. According to his LinkedIn profile he left Fotolia/Adobe a year ago in March 2015

https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewwatz

Here's some earlier press

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20040513005367/en/Jupitermedia-Hires-Andrew-Watzenboeck-Head-Licensing-JupiterImages

He was listed as the contact after the Thinkstock acquisition

http://www.graphics.com/news-old/jupitermedia-announces-acquisition-thinkstock-and-thinkstock-footage

Google turned up a list of blog posts on Fotolia's site tagged with his name, but it's not clear what he had to do with the posts (just looking at a couple)

https://blog.fotolia.com/us/tag/andrew-watzenboeck/

Sort of an aside, his Twitter feed had a link to this post about 123rf looking to go public as the founder wants to exit:

http://ipo.news/exclusive-stock-image-design-business-firm-123rf-looks-to-list-as-founder-mulls-exit/


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« Reply #3 on: March 03, 2016, 16:46 »
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« Reply #4 on: March 03, 2016, 20:56 »
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http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/dreamstime-revises-industry-leading-image-subscription-plans-to-best-fit-the-individual-needs-of-the-complex-customer-base-300228591.html

NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dreamstime, the world's largest community in stock photography, announced today the launch of a new subscription offering and the appointment of Andrew Watzenboeck to the position of Corporate Sales Director for North America.

The subscription plan now includes additional low-cost subscriptions options, which establishes Dreamstime as the most cost-effective large-sized photo agency. The flexible subscriptions were implemented in response to the increasing number of customers that prefer to subscribe instead of buying on-demand image packages. This plan does not require users meet daily limits of images. And, unused subscriptions are not lost; they simply roll over into the active subscriptions, allowing users to obtain the maximum value out of their Dreamstime account. Dreamstime is the best curated image collection in the world, with more than 41 million online images, which are taken out of nearly 80 million submissions.

Mr. Watzenboeck will lead the company's North American corporate operations, calling upon his more than 17 years of experience in market expansion and global channel strategies. "We welcome Andrew to the management team and look forward to leveraging his business development work at the stock image division of Adobe and his years of stock image industry experience. As with any new member of our team, we expect Andrew to advocate on behalf of customers," said Serban Enache, CEO and co-founder, Dreamstime. "This tweaking of our subscription plans is just the latest example of our ongoing efforts to customize our brand experience for users to best fit their needs. We're proud of the service we offer to customers and keeping customers happy continues to be our main goal."

"I'm very pleased to join Dreamstime and continue to grow the North American corporate sales efforts," said Mr. Watzenboeck. "We quickly respond to market requests, and have introduced these new subscription offerings to meet the dynamic needs of our customers. This is just a part of our commitment to customer service that is allowing us to strengthen our market position in North America as we offer the most flexible and useful image subscription packages."

Mr. Watzenboeck joins Dreamstime from the stock division of Adobe, where he was Director of Business Development and Corporate Accounts. He identified sales channels for the firm in order to increase revenue, while building partnerships, negotiating advantageous contracts, and developing marketing strategies. He also held management-level positions at Getty Images and JupiterImages.

About Dreamstime
Dreamstime is a distinguished leader in stock photography, a major supplier of high quality digital images to the world's largest advertising agencies, national and international magazines, and film and television production companies.  With over 41 million images online, Dreamstime has the largest customer base in the world (over 13 million users to date) and more than 20 million unique visitors monthly to the site. The acceleration in numbers overall makes it the fastest growing stock photo agency worldwide. In addition to the almost one million free images available, Dreamstime's active gallery is updated by the second with photos from the site's nearly 300,000 contributors. For more information on Dreamstime stock photos, please visit: http://www.Dreamstime.com.

« Reply #5 on: March 04, 2016, 01:06 »
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"Dreamstime is the best curated image collection in the world, with more than 41 million online images, which are taken out of nearly 80 million submissions[/i]"

funny,...
that doesn't do anything about getting dls,though.

and with this new offer, i guess we would reach payout once every 2 years instead of once every 4 years,  8)

sort of the new comatosetime dreamstime REMtime


 

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