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« Reply #25 on: February 20, 2016, 18:35 »
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Mean average over 2015 about $419.56 per month ~ Hi $544 lo $356
Mean average over 2014 about $268.70 per month
Mean average over 2013 about $63.25 per month

2012 $83.19 total

There you go  :)

Don't know why stock types are so shy about figures  ::)

you went from 400% and then double again. good job!!!
but can you tell me if it was due to an increase in portfolio or same ???
did the pecentage increase with the increase in port or decrease...
just curious. no need for specific numbers, just like to know.

what i ask is that many of my colleagues report drop of income,
.. even the great yuri. so i am just curious if it's universal that stock income is dropping...
or just going to other ppl or spreading across the board


« Reply #26 on: February 21, 2016, 00:11 »
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Thats pretty awesome. How big is your port on an average?

dpimborough

« Reply #27 on: February 21, 2016, 06:13 »
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Mean average over 2015 about $419.56 per month ~ Hi $544 lo $356
Mean average over 2014 about $268.70 per month
Mean average over 2013 about $63.25 per month

2012 $83.19 total

There you go  :)

Don't know why stock types are so shy about figures  ::)

you went from 400% and then double again. good job!!!
but can you tell me if it was due to an increase in portfolio or same ???
did the pecentage increase with the increase in port or decrease...
just curious. no need for specific numbers, just like to know.

what i ask is that many of my colleagues report drop of income,
.. even the great yuri. so i am just curious if it's universal that stock income is dropping...
or just going to other ppl or spreading across the board

I started with about 10 or 20 images way back in 2009 and didn't really add any more until Q1 2013. 

Since then it's been about 600 images per year so growth in earnings is no doubt due to increases in port size, however larger value sales ($60 to $100+) started appearing in 2014/2015 which helped.

However earnings increases have slowed down noticeably since Q3&4 2015 as it is obvious some agencies limit earnings.

SS has been flat with no growth for months now (almost a year)

Though Alamy is the agency that keeps getting better
« Last Edit: February 21, 2016, 06:19 by Teddy the Cat »

dpimborough

« Reply #28 on: February 21, 2016, 12:38 »
+1
Thats pretty awesome. How big is your port on an average?

Depends which agency around 1700 or less some of the smaller agencies I didn't bother adding any more as sales stayed around $0 to $10 a month no matter how much I added.

One agency hasn't recorded a single sale in 5 years (600 images).

The agency with the most is currently at 2,300 images (and that is not SS)

« Reply #29 on: February 21, 2016, 14:51 »
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Thats pretty awesome. How big is your port on an average?

Depends which agency around 1700 or less some of the smaller agencies I didn't bother adding any more as sales stayed around $0 to $10 a month no matter how much I added.

One agency hasn't recorded a single sale in 5 years (600 images).

The agency with the most is currently at 2,300 images (and that is not SS)

thx for replying. your portfolio is small in comparision to all those i know with 17,000 , 70,000 imgs.etc
but extrapolation of your small portfolio is pretty remarkable.
ss is flat, i am surprised here, since many consider ss our top earner.
alamy good for you is also another surpriising discovery to me, since personally alamy was a non-starter for me even though i had 100% approval for a whole year during their inception to about a few years back, so i gave up on them.

good to know, it's not all the same for all of us... or perharps alamy has improved since i left them
for ss

dpimborough

« Reply #30 on: February 22, 2016, 03:46 »
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Thats pretty awesome. How big is your port on an average?

Depends which agency around 1700 or less some of the smaller agencies I didn't bother adding any more as sales stayed around $0 to $10 a month no matter how much I added.

One agency hasn't recorded a single sale in 5 years (600 images).

The agency with the most is currently at 2,300 images (and that is not SS)

thx for replying. your portfolio is small in comparision to all those i know with 17,000 , 70,000 imgs.etc
but extrapolation of your small portfolio is pretty remarkable.
ss is flat, i am surprised here, since many consider ss our top earner.
alamy good for you is also another surpriising discovery to me, since personally alamy was a non-starter for me even though i had 100% approval for a whole year during their inception to about a few years back, so i gave up on them.

good to know, it's not all the same for all of us... or perharps alamy has improved since i left them
for ss

It's not the size that counts but how you use it :D

I try and keep the quality good/high and keep my keywords comprehensive but relevant (no spamming)

400% increases ! You know I never looked at it that way but it does seem pretty good :)


 

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