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« on: February 04, 2022, 04:05 »
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People always come up to me and tell me: "Pacesetter, it is just not possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry."


Hogwash!

These same people also say things like: Once upon a time it was possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry, but that was before I started and things have gotten really bad now.

They listen to all the doomers and gloomers who run around telling everybody the sky is falling and it is no longer possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry.

They even do everything on the cheap, like buy a second-hand DSLR camera and lens off eBay or Amazon instead of investing in some quality gear like a new Pentax 645D 40MP Digital SLR for stills or new Sony PXW-FX9K XDCAM 6K for video, and then wonder why they dont make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry!

If you really want to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry, it takes a lot of discipline, practise, hard work and persistence. Quality gear will only take you so far.

But if youre really serious about making up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry then you have to get yourself the 14 Dirty Little Secrets to Making up to 10 Cents a Day in the Microstock Industry that Pro Contributors Wish You Didnt Know!

For your exclusive copy of the 14 Dirty Little Secrets to Making up to 10 Cents a Day in the Microstock Industry that Pro Contributors Wish You Didnt Know! rush me your cash, cheque or money order for just $149 today!

Regular sales price for this book is $847. So dont delay! This bargain price wont last! 


S2D2

« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2022, 04:26 »
+5
A masterclass in irony  :)

LOL.

MxR

« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2022, 05:36 »
+2
where can i get more information ?

« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2022, 06:59 »
+3
Guys, get it! Pacesetter is currently working on an encyclopedia on the subject - and it will be much more expensive!

« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2022, 08:46 »
+1
You missed the referral links for the stock sites.

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« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2022, 09:10 »
+2
Do you take Crypto for payments?  :)



I need to make these shots even better (and yes that is mine and authentic)  so I can have the best ever, anywhere in Microstock.

Thanks for sharing the secrets.  ;)

« Reply #6 on: February 05, 2022, 11:40 »
+4
This brilliant product is highly recommended! I am thrilled. Previously, I had spent a lot of money on Aladdin's magic lamp and lottery tickets, but the investment failed to materialize.

However, now that I have benefited from this treasure of absolutely secret microstock knowledge, I am enthusiastic. Since I acquired it, I have actually managed to earn 10 cents per day. I have accurately calculated the return on investment and will have recouped the cost in a piddly 4.08 years. After that, I'll be in the black!

Excellent! Thank you!

I would like to note, however, that especially the older contributors among us should react quickly from my point of view. The normal price could turn out to be a bad investment with a payback period of more than 23 years. Please keep that in mind before hesitating too long.


« Reply #7 on: February 05, 2022, 18:29 »
+4
Thank you Wilm for your 5 Star review! ;D Here at Pacesetter Subberstock Inc we always look to keep our customers happy.

I should mention this exclusive limited time only offer:

If you order the 14 Dirty Little Secrets to Making up to 10 Cents a Day in the Microstock Industry that Pro Contributors Wish You Didnt Know! before February 30, 2036 you will also receive 3 FREE dirty little secrets alone worth $179.95!! Where else can you get such a bargain!   
« Last Edit: February 05, 2022, 18:33 by Pacesetter »

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« Reply #8 on: February 05, 2022, 22:30 »
+3
I made a dollar a day once. Them were't days.

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« Reply #9 on: February 06, 2022, 23:46 »
+8
I highly recommend "14 Dirty Little Secrets to Making up to 10 Cents a Day in the Microstock Industry that Pro Contributors Wish You Didnt Know!". I paid $847 before it went on sale but I am totally satisfied. It will only take me 23 years of microstock earnings to pay for the book.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2022, 09:00 »
+4
People always come up to me and tell me: "Pacesetter, it is just not possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry."

Proof that his guide works. Just this morning I sold a license on SS.


« Last Edit: February 08, 2022, 13:23 by Uncle Pete »

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« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2022, 14:20 »
+3
Best thread in a long time thank you very much pacesetter ;D ;D

S2D2

« Reply #12 on: February 07, 2022, 16:00 »
+6
People always come up to me and tell me: "Pacesetter, it is just not possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry."


They even do everything on the cheap, like buy a second-hand DSLR camera and lens off eBay or Amazon instead of investing in some quality gear like a new Pentax 645D 40MP Digital SLR for stills or new Sony PXW-FX9K XDCAM 6K for video, and then wonder why they dont make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry!



I have been so inspired by this post that I decided to buy the Pentax.

It is available at Amazon with a lens for 4,650 ($6,292). 2011 model though. Link below for anyone else interested:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pentax-645D-Camera-Black-3-0LCD/dp/B005AKQDMY

I am fully expecting to be able to recoup my costs from my stock earnings.

So, that's $6, 292 x 10 (10 dimes to a dollar) = 62,920 days (@ a dime a day) divided by 365 (days in a year) = 172.38 years.

Does anyone know the secret of eternal life?
« Last Edit: February 07, 2022, 16:04 by DO »

« Reply #13 on: February 07, 2022, 16:44 »
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« Reply #14 on: February 07, 2022, 17:23 »
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People always come up to me and tell me: "Pacesetter, it is just not possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry."


They even do everything on the cheap, like buy a second-hand DSLR camera and lens off eBay or Amazon instead of investing in some quality gear like a new Pentax 645D 40MP Digital SLR for stills or new Sony PXW-FX9K XDCAM 6K for video, and then wonder why they dont make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry!



I have been so inspired by this post that I decided to buy the Pentax.

It is available at Amazon with a lens for 4,650 ($6,292). 2011 model though. Link below for anyone else interested:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pentax-645D-Camera-Black-3-0LCD/dp/B005AKQDMY

I am fully expecting to be able to recoup my costs from my stock earnings.

So, that's $6, 292 x 10 (10 dimes to a dollar) = 62,920 days (@ a dime a day) divided by 365 (days in a year) = 172.38 years.

Does anyone know the secret of eternal life?

You're not serious, are you, Debbie? You don't seriously think you're worthy of earning $0.10 a day with that cheap trinket! How arrogant can you be? Do you seriously think you can enter a Formula 1 race with a used 2CV? Sorry, but that's really naive. And when I read your lines again, I come to the conclusion that you haven't bought from pacesetter at all, otherwise you wouldn't write such crap and would have known better long ago!

You have to put some money in your hand if you want to make it in this business. I have understood that. I now own a Hasselblatt H6D. I will have paid it off in no time. My asset manager has assured me that the 53rd generation of my descendants will live in prosperity thanks to the sales I have made with it. Microstock is clearly a sensible and sustainable investment in the future.

marthamarks

« Reply #15 on: February 07, 2022, 20:24 »
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Best thread in a long time thank you very much pacesetter ;D ;D

I was thinking that same thing.

Hey, if Pacesetter were to turn his/her wicked wit loose more often in this forum, that all by itself might make Microstock worthwhile again!

« Reply #16 on: February 08, 2022, 04:16 »
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Does anyone know the secret of eternal life?
Stay young and watch out at crossroads.


« Reply #17 on: February 08, 2022, 05:11 »
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This year in January I made $300 less than last year.

Now I know why: it's those 100 who bought your book stealing sales away from me.

« Reply #18 on: February 08, 2022, 06:48 »
+3
This analysis of Spotify and their business model that music is of no intrinsic value has strong parallels to what Getty, Shutterstock et al are doing to the image buying business:

https://dadadrummer.substack.com/p/spotify-is-misinformation

S2D2

« Reply #19 on: February 09, 2022, 12:08 »
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You're not serious, are you, Debbie? You don't seriously think you're worthy of earning $0.10 a day with that cheap trinket! How arrogant can you be? Do you seriously think you can enter a Formula 1 race with a used 2CV? Sorry, but that's really naive. And when I read your lines again, I come to the conclusion that you haven't bought from pacesetter at all, otherwise you wouldn't write such crap and would have known better long ago!

You have to put some money in your hand if you want to make it in this business. I have understood that. I now own a Hasselblatt H6D. I will have paid it off in no time. My asset manager has assured me that the 53rd generation of my descendants will live in prosperity thanks to the sales I have made with it. Microstock is clearly a sensible and sustainable investment in the future.

[/quote]

I just picked myself off the floor after looking at the price of this camera.  (Link below).

Who pays that much for a camera?

https://www.parkcameras.com/shop/hasselblad-h6d-100c-medium-format-camera_h015767c?of_tid=MFRWG5B5GM3TMJTGMVSWISLEHUYSM4DSN5SESZB5HEYTIOI&adGroupId=91916221675&device=c&gclid=CjwKCAiA6Y2QBhAtEiwAGHybPRzVC87GdKm3GOk-EUlFsTEchBBq_ERLyf29aGY7kK3qZAITQ_eArBoCTgUQAvD_BwE

« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2022, 12:55 »
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You're not serious, are you, Debbie? You don't seriously think you're worthy of earning $0.10 a day with that cheap trinket! How arrogant can you be? Do you seriously think you can enter a Formula 1 race with a used 2CV? Sorry, but that's really naive. And when I read your lines again, I come to the conclusion that you haven't bought from pacesetter at all, otherwise you wouldn't write such crap and would have known better long ago!

You have to put some money in your hand if you want to make it in this business. I have understood that. I now own a Hasselblatt H6D. I will have paid it off in no time. My asset manager has assured me that the 53rd generation of my descendants will live in prosperity thanks to the sales I have made with it. Microstock is clearly a sensible and sustainable investment in the future.


I just picked myself off the floor after looking at the price of this camera.  (Link below).

Who pays that much for a camera?

https://www.parkcameras.com/shop/hasselblad-h6d-100c-medium-format-camera_h015767c?of_tid=MFRWG5B5GM3TMJTGMVSWISLEHUYSM4DSN5SESZB5HEYTIOI&adGroupId=91916221675&device=c&gclid=CjwKCAiA6Y2QBhAtEiwAGHybPRzVC87GdKm3GOk-EUlFsTEchBBq_ERLyf29aGY7kK3qZAITQ_eArBoCTgUQAvD_BwE
[/quote]

I didn't mean that cheap 100 MP model, Deb. There's also one that can do 400 MP. And that's the least a buyer can expect in terms of technical quality when he spends so much money that we even get 10 cents for it.

S2D2

« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2022, 13:34 »
0
Thanks Wilm.

Joking aside, I would love to hear from someone who owns one of these as to what inspired them to spend that much and if they are glad they did..

« Reply #22 on: April 12, 2022, 14:16 »
+1
People always come up to me and tell me: "Pacesetter, it is just not possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry."


Hogwash!

These same people also say things like: Once upon a time it was possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry, but that was before I started and things have gotten really bad now.

They listen to all the doomers and gloomers who run around telling everybody the sky is falling and it is no longer possible to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry.

They even do everything on the cheap, like buy a second-hand DSLR camera and lens off eBay or Amazon instead of investing in some quality gear like a new Pentax 645D 40MP Digital SLR for stills or new Sony PXW-FX9K XDCAM 6K for video, and then wonder why they dont make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry!

If you really want to make up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry, it takes a lot of discipline, practise, hard work and persistence. Quality gear will only take you so far.

But if youre really serious about making up to 10 cents a day in the Microstock industry then you have to get yourself the 14 Dirty Little Secrets to Making up to 10 Cents a Day in the Microstock Industry that Pro Contributors Wish You Didnt Know!

For your exclusive copy of the 14 Dirty Little Secrets to Making up to 10 Cents a Day in the Microstock Industry that Pro Contributors Wish You Didnt Know! rush me your cash, cheque or money order for just $149 today!

Regular sales price for this book is $847. So dont delay! This bargain price wont last!
very funny. I actualy make 10c a day on average but with a second hand camera & lens from ebay.

« Reply #23 on: April 12, 2022, 14:19 »
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You're not serious, are you, Debbie? You don't seriously think you're worthy of earning $0.10 a day with that cheap trinket! How arrogant can you be? Do you seriously think you can enter a Formula 1 race with a used 2CV? Sorry, but that's really naive. And when I read your lines again, I come to the conclusion that you haven't bought from pacesetter at all, otherwise you wouldn't write such crap and would have known better long ago!

You have to put some money in your hand if you want to make it in this business. I have understood that. I now own a Hasselblatt H6D. I will have paid it off in no time. My asset manager has assured me that the 53rd generation of my descendants will live in prosperity thanks to the sales I have made with it. Microstock is clearly a sensible and sustainable investment in the future.


I just picked myself off the floor after looking at the price of this camera.  (Link below).

Who pays that much for a camera?

https://www.parkcameras.com/shop/hasselblad-h6d-100c-medium-format-camera_h015767c?of_tid=MFRWG5B5GM3TMJTGMVSWISLEHUYSM4DSN5SESZB5HEYTIOI&adGroupId=91916221675&device=c&gclid=CjwKCAiA6Y2QBhAtEiwAGHybPRzVC87GdKm3GOk-EUlFsTEchBBq_ERLyf29aGY7kK3qZAITQ_eArBoCTgUQAvD_BwE

I didn't mean that cheap 100 MP model, Deb. There's also one that can do 400 MP. And that's the least a buyer can expect in terms of technical quality when he spends so much money that we even get 10 cents for it.
[/quote]
I don't think anyone in their right mind buys this camera for micro. For huge fine art prints for a gallery exhibition yes maybe.

« Reply #24 on: April 12, 2022, 18:03 »
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unfortunately, many spend $$$ on more traditional higher end cameras and then complain when they can't recover their costs with MS in a short time.  there's really no need to spend more than $1000 on ms stock equipment. (of course, there are other reasons one might want to do so)


 

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