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« on: July 01, 2006, 09:24 »
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Well, June is over.  It wasn't that bad for me considering its my 2nd month - I tripled my 1st month's earnings (which is nice, and I plan to try to triple June's earnings in July - who knows) and Shutterstock has emerged as the top dog.  iStock is next on my list.  Lets see what happens.

Anyhow, here's my breakdown (in brackets is the all-time breakdown)

Bigstock - 7% (8% overall)
Shutterstock - 42% (32% overall)
Dreamstime 20% (25% overall)
Fotolia - 8% (8% overall)
FeaturePics - 8% (6% overall)
123RF - 8% (17% overall)
StockXpert - 7% (5% oveall)

These % were done by Excel, so if its 1 percent off (like out of 101% or something) my apologies.

I hope everyone is doing well.  Good luck for July.



« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2006, 16:24 »
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It has been a good month. Not quite as good as last month but is better if you exclude the two extended license sales that I got.

Below are percentages for the month and since I began so you can see that they are pretty consistant:

32% 28% shutterstock
19% 23% dreamtime
14% 9% fotolia
 7% 6% istockphoto
 6% 12% bigstockphoto
 5% 5% 123RF
13% 10% StockXpert
 0% 0% Canstock
 4% 6% Featurepics
 
shutterstock and dreamtime are still my best two.
 
However, my pick of the month is fotolia. Sales are increasing and they are growing at a great speed - they will probably be the first to 1 million photos so that whould attract buyers.
« Last Edit: July 01, 2006, 16:55 by CJPhoto »

« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2006, 16:45 »
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Not considering Shutterpoint, as it's not microstock:

Fotolia: 34%
Dreamstime: 22%
iStock: 15%
StockXpert, Big Stock and 123RF: 7% each
others: 8%

Regards,
Adelaide

« Reply #3 on: July 02, 2006, 08:29 »
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BigStockPhoto  7%
Dreamstime   12%
Featurepics 6%
Fotolia  11%
iStockPhoto  15%
StockXpert  8%
Shutterstock  42%

I added my portfolio to shutterstock this month and it was amazing.  Of course they usually sort by newest images first so I assume my sales will die down quickly.  But I'm impressed with Shutterstock, they almost doubled my income. 

Mark


 

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