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Title: What sold at weekends?
Post by: cicerocastro on September 22, 2018, 08:39
Hi everyone,

I would like to know what kind of content sold at weekends?

Thank in advance.
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: Jo Ann Snover on September 22, 2018, 10:06
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: nobody on September 22, 2018, 11:10
Jo Ann's reply is perfect!  8)

Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: cicerocastro on September 23, 2018, 11:54
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: noodle on September 23, 2018, 12:34
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!

Relax
Read the reply and take it for what itís worth for itís information
No need to take it personally
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: SpaceStockFootage on September 23, 2018, 13:49
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!

Alright calm down! If you've put so much effort in, then you'd think you'd know the answer to such a simple question. (Note to self: don't help cicerocastro... he'll take it the wrong way and kick off.)
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: msg2018 on September 23, 2018, 14:16
I would like to know what kind of content sold at weekends?

Furthermore, he should already know what sold* at the weekend since it happened in the past.

*To sell/sold/sold
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: dpimborough on September 23, 2018, 16:59
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!

I'll judge you ~ knob!

Jo Ann gave you a perfectly reasonable answer without being condescending so there's no need to get crappy about it snowflake

Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: nobody on September 23, 2018, 17:25
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!

My gut feeling tells me that you're not going to make it in this harsh business.  If you cannot handle positive criticism, as you got here, you might as well sell your camera and find other more suitable work.  8)
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: Pauws99 on September 23, 2018, 17:44
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!
You've really taken that the wrong way Jo Ann is probably one of the most helpful and nicest people on here!
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: christiano on October 18, 2018, 21:05
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!

Relax
Read the reply and take it for what itís worth for itís information
No need to take it personally

if I had the same answer to this same question, I would have taken it positively ... she answered perfectly. Each person has a different perception, but I do not see any problem in this beautiful answer, none! Then to answer, same thing for me, I sell anything on weekends, only the volume is very different.
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: davidbautista on October 18, 2018, 21:18
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!

what this answer?
Title: Re: What sold at weekends?
Post by: Chichikov on October 19, 2018, 01:41
First, you're not thinking globally and the agencies are (more or less) global in their sales. Friday in the US is Saturday in Australia for example. Generally, in my experience, Saturday in the US is the worst day of the 7 as it's a day off for most people that day.

I assume you're thinking about consumer uses of stock versus business uses, but I haven't seen any content differences, just volume ones. That's probably going to vary depending on portfolios.

But even if you could get an answer to this question, what use would it be?

Who are you to tell me that I'm not thinking globally? Do you know me? Do you know how much it's my effort in stock market photography?

If you judged me by my portfolio, sorry to disappoint you but you are completely wrong about me!

Your portfolio is soÖÖÖ unique!