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« Reply #175 on: March 15, 2024, 12:43 »
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At the moment I keep bouncing between 3100 and 5200. 4000 files.

Hope to move further up again soon, this is frustrating. But for a port this size it is probably ok.

I hate to ask, because someone will think the rank numbers actually matter.

But, why do you hope to move further up? Rank means nothing, except for your own personal information, how you are doing, compared to others. If you are making money, and happy with what you do and earn, it doesn't matter what some irrelevant number says.

My rank goes up during the holiday season, down in January, back up in April. My earnings, as in money that goes into the bank, is all that counts.

Rank is apparently, number of downloads, not earnings.

yes rank is number of downloads,the most important thing,not earnings.

in my opinion the most important thing is the number of sales,earnings can go up or down,but the number of downloads cannot go down,that is the most important number,then comes the money. :)

by the way,my best rank ever is 3210.

If you don't think sales can go down in this business, you are either really good, really fortunate, or haven't been at this long.


« Reply #176 on: March 15, 2024, 12:59 »
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At the moment I keep bouncing between 3100 and 5200. 4000 files.

Hope to move further up again soon, this is frustrating. But for a port this size it is probably ok.

I hate to ask, because someone will think the rank numbers actually matter.

But, why do you hope to move further up? Rank means nothing, except for your own personal information, how you are doing, compared to others. If you are making money, and happy with what you do and earn, it doesn't matter what some irrelevant number says.

My rank goes up during the holiday season, down in January, back up in April. My earnings, as in money that goes into the bank, is all that counts.

Rank is apparently, number of downloads, not earnings.

yes rank is number of downloads,the most important thing,not earnings.

in my opinion the most important thing is the number of sales,earnings can go up or down,but the number of downloads cannot go down,that is the most important number,then comes the money. :)

by the way,my best rank ever is 3210.

Doesn't make any sense. If Adobe will lower the commissions you will get less earnings even if you have the same ranking. So earnings are the most important figure.

« Reply #177 on: March 15, 2024, 14:51 »
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When I will hit the 30 USD / month mark on Adobe I will switch to Pro+ Plan, since you then can install all models from civitai.
There are some finetuned models there, which could be used for even a better generating quality. But currently it would be a loss business case for me, so that I'm waiting for growing earnings.
do you mean $30 usd payment to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom or $30 usd per day from Adobe stock?

Im not familiar with Stable Diffusionat all, what are finetuned models mean? Can it generate good quality AND big sizes without upscaling to delude the original quality?

Thanks in advance

« Reply #178 on: March 15, 2024, 14:55 »
+1

Doesn't make any sense. If Adobe will lower the commissions you will get less earnings even if you have the same ranking. So earnings are the most important figure.

It depends for whom: for us earnings are most important, but for Adobe its downloads- it shows that your content is popular with customers, so Adobe will push that content to customers even more.
I wonder if @Matt can clarify that for us please?

« Reply #179 on: March 15, 2024, 15:01 »
+1
Another slow day yesterday, but somehow my ranking is holding steady.  Must be a slow week for everybody.  I only had 1 good sales day this week.  In general, day to day sales are not consistent.  10,000 photos, 0 video portfolio.
strange week, a bit slower than last week, but my weekly standing is ar 2020  now, way worse than last week. (Still under 3000 files, 28 pages )
« Last Edit: March 15, 2024, 15:03 by Mifornia »

« Reply #180 on: March 15, 2024, 15:22 »
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When I will hit the 30 USD / month mark on Adobe I will switch to Pro+ Plan, since you then can install all models from civitai.
There are some finetuned models there, which could be used for even a better generating quality. But currently it would be a loss business case for me, so that I'm waiting for growing earnings.
do you mean $30 usd payment to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom or $30 usd per day from Adobe stock?

Im not familiar with Stable Diffusionat all, what are finetuned models mean? Can it generate good quality AND big sizes without upscaling to delude the original quality?

Thanks in advance

Nah I mean, when I will earn more than 30 USD / month on Adobe Stock. Currently I'm pending around 20 to 30 but I'm not AI spamming anymore and focus more on quality.

Diffusion Stable has a huge fan community, which calibrate own base models and finetuned models (LoRas).
https://civitai.com/models?tag=base+model

LoRas focus on very specialized content like special kind of buildings, for example offices or shopping malls:
https://civitai.com/models/229533/jjs-architecture-office-building
https://civitai.com/models/262849/jjs-interior-space-shopping-mall

and many more.

It's kinda very cool because the community offers endless possibilities for free. Some offer really good quality with very few generation errors.
It will take just a matter of time when all agency's will integrate similar finetuned models in their own AI image generators.

I believe the generated resolution is limited in Stable Diffusion to max. 2mpx. The problem is the calibration of such models since you would need an extrem huge amount of Nivida GPUs for bigger resolutions, which is extremely expensive.
So you have to upscale on your own afterwards.



« Reply #181 on: March 15, 2024, 16:14 »
+1
At the moment I keep bouncing between 3100 and 5200. 4000 files.

Hope to move further up again soon, this is frustrating. But for a port this size it is probably ok.

I hate to ask, because someone will think the rank numbers actually matter.

But, why do you hope to move further up? Rank means nothing, except for your own personal information, how you are doing, compared to others. If you are making money, and happy with what you do and earn, it doesn't matter what some irrelevant number says.

My rank goes up during the holiday season, down in January, back up in April. My earnings, as in money that goes into the bank, is all that counts.

Rank is apparently, number of downloads, not earnings.

yes rank is number of downloads,the most important thing,not earnings.

in my opinion the most important thing is the number of sales,earnings can go up or down,but the number of downloads cannot go down,that is the most important number,then comes the money. :)

by the way,my best rank ever is 3210.

If you don't think sales can go down in this business, you are either really good, really fortunate, or haven't been at this long.

absolutely yes,sales can go down that's the problem,that's why I prefer Adobe,because with all the other agencies everything is too unstable.

I don't know what your experience is with Adobe,but mine has been a constant increase for 6 years now,very slow,in fact sometimes too slow perhaps,but at least it continues to increase.

this year for example I am in the order of 40-50% more every month compared to last year,which wouldn't be bad if I already earned 2000 usd a month,50% 1000usd would be excellent! :)

unfortunately this is not the case,so a 50% increase after a year of incessant uploads I define as OK,nothing exceptional,but at least OK.

one of the things I like about Adobe is precisely this:certainties,when the minimum monthly number of sales threshold is set you don't go lower than that.

example:once you reach the minimum of 100 sales per month you never go down from that,first maybe you start to get there every now and then and then at a certain point 100 sales becomes the minimum.

with Istock I made a year in which I earned thousands of dollars,a lot,and then the following year it was rubbish,really rubbish,you can't build a business this way,I prefer the progressive and stable climb :)

« Reply #182 on: March 15, 2024, 16:24 »
+1
At the moment I keep bouncing between 3100 and 5200. 4000 files.

Hope to move further up again soon, this is frustrating. But for a port this size it is probably ok.

I hate to ask, because someone will think the rank numbers actually matter.

But, why do you hope to move further up? Rank means nothing, except for your own personal information, how you are doing, compared to others. If you are making money, and happy with what you do and earn, it doesn't matter what some irrelevant number says.

My rank goes up during the holiday season, down in January, back up in April. My earnings, as in money that goes into the bank, is all that counts.

Rank is apparently, number of downloads, not earnings.

yes rank is number of downloads,the most important thing,not earnings.

in my opinion the most important thing is the number of sales,earnings can go up or down,but the number of downloads cannot go down,that is the most important number,then comes the money. :)

by the way,my best rank ever is 3210.

Doesn't make any sense. If Adobe will lower the commissions you will get less earnings even if you have the same ranking. So earnings are the most important figure.

Adobe does not lower royalty rates,and even if it were,we know that we can make better and lower sales,but the number of sales is always more important,when there are many sales the money comes.

in any case,if Adobe also starts making sales of 10 or 20c I will abandon microstock.

« Reply #183 on: March 15, 2024, 17:58 »
+1
@Andrei S youll get there with quality.
When I found this forum and read that majority of AI contributors upload hundreds or thousands of AI images per week, I panicked and started to upload more as well. It didnt bring more $ at all. It was just busy work.  Now I slowed back and refocused on quality again. The quality images might get selected to be featured. If you can produce something original and highly usable, that cant be found on Adobe search, this is what brings sales for me usually. (Unfortunately then copycats get them and it does get diluted somewhat)

« Reply #184 on: March 15, 2024, 23:56 »
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you dont need thousands of images. You dont even need the absolute best quality.

the most important is to really dig into the collections of several agencies and look for something that is needed but does not exist. then you can have a bestseller or a reliable seller for a long time,

it is also possibel to do this with slight twist to a popular concept.

most people just sort various searches by downlods, pick the top ten files from most agencies and try to copy them exactly,

that is why you have so many duplicates in all collections.

pick a subject that you understand well, from your day job, a lifelong hobby or interest and then dig in and see what is missing,

obviously if you find what is missing and have top quality that would be best.

the other factor is time.

a lot of my content needs 18 months to really start selling. yes there are customers who buy instantly, but many just lightbox files for future projects.

become a resource

if you have at least 1000 files about a theme and collected them in a gallery, chances are customers start bookmarking this and keep checking back if you have something new. they might also add more of your content

you also start to see more downloads of several files or a complete series.

you will get there.

I am trying to upload more volume, but I find it very hard.


down to 3070


« Last Edit: March 16, 2024, 00:29 by cobalt »

« Reply #185 on: March 16, 2024, 08:13 »
+1
1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea. 
« Last Edit: March 16, 2024, 10:18 by blvdone »

« Reply #186 on: March 16, 2024, 08:28 »
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you dont need thousands of images. You dont even need the absolute best quality.

the most important is to really dig into the collections of several agencies and look for something that is needed but does not exist. then you can have a bestseller or a reliable seller for a long time,

it is also possibel to do this with slight twist to a popular concept.

most people just sort various searches by downlods, pick the top ten files from most agencies and try to copy them exactly,

that is why you have so many duplicates in all collections.

pick a subject that you understand well, from your day job, a lifelong hobby or interest and then dig in and see what is missing,

obviously if you find what is missing and have top quality that would be best.

the other factor is time.

a lot of my content needs 18 months to really start selling. yes there are customers who buy instantly, but many just lightbox files for future projects.

become a resource

if you have at least 1000 files about a theme and collected them in a gallery, chances are customers start bookmarking this and keep checking back if you have something new. they might also add more of your content

you also start to see more downloads of several files or a complete series.

you will get there.

I am trying to upload more volume, but I find it very hard.


down to 3070

Good advice!!

« Reply #187 on: March 16, 2024, 08:30 »
+1
@Andrei S youll get there with quality.
When I found this forum and read that majority of AI contributors upload hundreds or thousands of AI images per week, I panicked and started to upload more as well. It didnt bring more $ at all. It was just busy work.  Now I slowed back and refocused on quality again. The quality images might get selected to be featured. If you can produce something original and highly usable, that cant be found on Adobe search, this is what brings sales for me usually. (Unfortunately then copycats get them and it does get diluted somewhat)

Yes, quality matters.  Quality x quantity is great.  Quantity x no quality is bad.

« Reply #188 on: March 16, 2024, 08:34 »
+1
At the moment I keep bouncing between 3100 and 5200. 4000 files.

Hope to move further up again soon, this is frustrating. But for a port this size it is probably ok.

I hate to ask, because someone will think the rank numbers actually matter.

But, why do you hope to move further up? Rank means nothing, except for your own personal information, how you are doing, compared to others. If you are making money, and happy with what you do and earn, it doesn't matter what some irrelevant number says.

My rank goes up during the holiday season, down in January, back up in April. My earnings, as in money that goes into the bank, is all that counts.

Rank is apparently, number of downloads, not earnings.

yes rank is number of downloads,the most important thing,not earnings.

in my opinion the most important thing is the number of sales,earnings can go up or down,but the number of downloads cannot go down,that is the most important number,then comes the money. :)

by the way,my best rank ever is 3210.

Doesn't make any sense. If Adobe will lower the commissions you will get less earnings even if you have the same ranking. So earnings are the most important figure.

Adobe does not lower royalty rates,and even if it were,we know that we can make better and lower sales,but the number of sales is always more important,when there are many sales the money comes.

in any case,if Adobe also starts making sales of 10 or 20c I will abandon microstock.

Yup.  If Adobe Stock becomes like Shutterstock 0.10, 0.10, 0.10, 0.10, 0.10, 0.10, it's game over.

« Reply #189 on: March 16, 2024, 08:41 »
+1
At the moment I keep bouncing between 3100 and 5200. 4000 files.

Hope to move further up again soon, this is frustrating. But for a port this size it is probably ok.

I hate to ask, because someone will think the rank numbers actually matter.

But, why do you hope to move further up? Rank means nothing, except for your own personal information, how you are doing, compared to others. If you are making money, and happy with what you do and earn, it doesn't matter what some irrelevant number says.

My rank goes up during the holiday season, down in January, back up in April. My earnings, as in money that goes into the bank, is all that counts.

Rank is apparently, number of downloads, not earnings.

yes rank is number of downloads,the most important thing,not earnings.

in my opinion the most important thing is the number of sales,earnings can go up or down,but the number of downloads cannot go down,that is the most important number,then comes the money. :)

by the way,my best rank ever is 3210.

If you don't think sales can go down in this business, you are either really good, really fortunate, or haven't been at this long.

Yup.  Shutterstock photo sales have gone 1/6-10 of pre-$0.10 days in 4 years.  That was a genius move by whoever came up with that idea.  It's nice to see the lowest commission per photo sale on Shutterstock was $0.38 before the destruction.

« Reply #190 on: March 16, 2024, 09:43 »
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1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

« Reply #191 on: March 16, 2024, 10:10 »
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1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.
« Last Edit: March 16, 2024, 10:15 by blvdone »

« Reply #192 on: March 16, 2024, 10:33 »
+1
1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

Dam*, sounds like you've sold your soul.
#MicrostockLife
#GetRichOrDieCryin'

« Reply #193 on: March 16, 2024, 11:45 »
+1
1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

Dam*, sounds like you've sold your soul.
#MicrostockLife
#GetRichOrDieCryin'

 ;D ;D

« Reply #194 on: March 16, 2024, 15:24 »
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1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

How many AI images can you send to Adobe per day for review?And what is your acceptance rate?

« Reply #195 on: March 16, 2024, 16:04 »
+1
1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

How many AI images can you send to Adobe per day for review?And what is your acceptance rate?

You know I was just kidding with those numbers, right?  I've already gave my port size number a few times on previous posts.

« Reply #196 on: March 16, 2024, 16:25 »
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1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

How many AI images can you send to Adobe per day for review?And what is your acceptance rate?

You know I was just kidding with those numbers, right?  I've already gave my port size number a few times on previous posts.

yes of course,that's why I asked! :D

Do you have an approval rate on reviewed content?mine is about 85%,of content accepted out of the total reviewed,but I dedicate time to every single piece of AI content.

ok when I have time I will try to read everything... I never have time for anything,I'm always making content,my girlfriend is pissed off like a beast! :D (I am joking shes cute and nice  :) ) (when shes not pissed off  :D )
« Last Edit: March 17, 2024, 11:29 by Injustice for all »

« Reply #197 on: March 16, 2024, 16:45 »
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1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

How many AI images can you send to Adobe per day for review?And what is your acceptance rate?

You know I was just kidding with those numbers, right?  I've already gave my port size number a few times on previous posts.

I haven't seen. I know you were joking.

« Reply #198 on: March 16, 2024, 16:47 »
0
1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

How many AI images can you send to Adobe per day for review?And what is your acceptance rate?

You know I was just kidding with those numbers, right?  I've already gave my port size number a few times on previous posts.

yes of course,that's why I asked! :D

Do you have an approval rate on reviewed content?mine is about 85%,of content accepted out of the total reviewed,but I dedicate time to every single piece of AI content.

ok when I have time I will try to read everything... I never have time for anything,I'm always making content,my girlfriend is pissed off like a beast! :D

Lol, I've got a 2 year old ill daughter, who is pissed of like a beast all the time and I find time to generate and other stuff. Just take your mobile phone, take some notes of content, which you want to generate and hit then every time when you got 2 minutes of free mode (making coffee, shi*ting in the bathroom, cooking, cleaning the house, etc.. ) just hit the generate button.

You commute 30 minutes or 1 hour to work?
Wonderful, just hit the button.

Also there is night time, which is for example part of my "me time".

« Reply #199 on: March 16, 2024, 17:19 »
+2
1 good day and 4 slow days somehow kept me at good ranking this week.

My advice to newbies is to listen to people who are doing well and at least much better than you. 
Also look at contributors on Top Seller list and figure out why they are doing well.
https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/best/contributors

Just copying their bestsellers may not bring you $$ because everybody may be doing the same and the market is saturated with similar images already.  It can be hit or miss and big disappointment in my own experience.  So, find your niche also and come up with your original idea.  Don't listen to those who never post their ranking here but keep talking crap here.  They may be doing only 1/10 as good as you are.  There's no point in taking any advice from them.

Wow very impressed. How many files you have?

About 2 million photos.
I produce about 1,000 AI photos everyday.
I automate the production with prompt producing AI.  So, I just upload and tag.  I sleep like 2hrs/day.

How many AI images can you send to Adobe per day for review?And what is your acceptance rate?

You know I was just kidding with those numbers, right?  I've already gave my port size number a few times on previous posts.

yes of course,that's why I asked! :D

Do you have an approval rate on reviewed content?mine is about 85%,of content accepted out of the total reviewed,but I dedicate time to every single piece of AI content.

ok when I have time I will try to read everything... I never have time for anything,I'm always making content,my girlfriend is pissed off like a beast! :D

I don't think there's a limit for upload.  I usually upload average of 50-200 AI images at a time per day when I upload.  I don't upload everyday.  Overall AI image approval rate for this year probably is 70% or so.  I only use photo editing software for AI images if I need to remove brand logo.  So, 99% of the time, I just upscale, convert to jpeg and upload.
« Last Edit: March 16, 2024, 17:23 by blvdone »


 

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