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« on: April 16, 2020, 16:59 »
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So,  I am sure this has been asked before, but things change so I thought I would ask this question as being relevant now in 2020.  I currently have my stuff on SS, AS DT, and RF.  My best performers are SS and AS.  DT has done very little and 123RF, well, it is not even worth mentioning.  But even what I make on SS is not really worth the time and effort, I put it, but I have a day job, and enjoy what I do photographically, so there's that.   If you want to see some samples of my work, you can watch this video montage I made for Easter to cheer people up. https://youtu.be/WfHEt7AnujM

I am just wondering there is a better place for my work to be than microstock?  Looking for ideas?


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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2020, 07:07 »
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You're with the top selling micro sites so not many options beyond that. Maybe Alamy but they've declined to micro prices along with low volume.

Consider selling art prints on Print On Demand sites. Nature is saturated there as well but your work seems more artsy than commercial so you may find opportunity there.

« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2020, 10:37 »
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You're with the top selling micro sites so not many options beyond that. Maybe Alamy but they've declined to micro prices along with low volume.

Consider selling art prints on Print On Demand sites. Nature is saturated there as well but your work seems more artsy than commercial so you may find opportunity there.

I have been thinking about doing this.  I read somewhere about selling framed prints, but I can't remember the site they said you could do this.  What are some good sites to sell prints on?

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« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2020, 10:58 »
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I do OK with Fine Art America and Society 6, although it has been dead for the past couple of months

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« Reply #4 on: April 17, 2020, 17:03 »
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You're with the top selling micro sites so not many options beyond that. Maybe Alamy but they've declined to micro prices along with low volume.

Consider selling art prints on Print On Demand sites. Nature is saturated there as well but your work seems more artsy than commercial so you may find opportunity there.

I have been thinking about doing this.  I read somewhere about selling framed prints, but I can't remember the site they said you could do this.  What are some good sites to sell prints on?

There are probably hundreds of POD sites. There's another discussion already going at https://www.microstockgroup.com/product-resale-forum/pod-sites-in-2020/msg547944/?topicseen#new

From what's I've seen people see different results on different PODs. The best thing to do is try several of them and see which ones you do well on.


 

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