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Author Topic: Is it worth to be exclusive at Fotolia?  (Read 1789 times)

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« on: November 05, 2015, 10:59 »
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I really need your help, my main agency right now is Fotolia and i have some photos that sell really fine so i saw an option to make a specific photo to an exclusive photo.
but i just didnt understand what will i get from doing it?
I will get more money per photo but the buyer will have to pay more ? (If thats true it can hurt the profits..)
or the "taxes" Fotolia takes from each photo will be smaller and i will get more % of the profit per photo and the price will stay the same?


« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2015, 11:19 »
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I have 1 exclusive image at FT that was rejected by SS.
It became my #3 bestseller there and I get much more per credit sale (not subs).

« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2015, 11:22 »
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I have 1 exclusive image at FT that was rejected by SS.
It became my #3 bestseller there and I get much more per credit sale (not subs).
If most of my sales are subs sales , is it worth to become an exclusive?

« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2015, 11:30 »
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I have 1 exclusive image at FT that was rejected by SS.
It became my #3 bestseller there and I get much more per credit sale (not subs).
If most of my sales are subs sales , is it worth to become an exclusive?

I think SS+FT will bring more $, but if rejected by SS I would put in FT as exclusive image.
By the way, US taxes are still the same and I believe the buyer has to pay more.


 

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