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Author Topic: New Site to promote your work FREE  (Read 2093 times)

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« on: March 13, 2014, 15:55 »
Well, it is almost a year old.
Qtalk is geared to artists and collectors. We offer to promote your work for free. We do not charge members and do not get commission from POD sites.
The idea is to combine all your POD and even stock items and promote it in one place. As of now, we have mostly FAA images, but are open to all.
We have a searchable gallery, a small forum, many social media groups and pages and handpick uploaded work for promotions.
I'm sure some of you will like it and others won't. We like to invite you to take a look, registration as anything else is free.
We would love if you find it beneficial for you and make use of it. We read IPTC on gallery uploads and display the description, keywords and some camera settings. There is an approval queue for images, it usually takes 24 hours or less. Although not perfect, uploads are painless.
What we are proud of is that you can link to many of your selling sites in the description.
Follow this link http://qthecollection.com/qtalk/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view;id=15 and see how I link to FAA for purchasing a print, but also to Alamy for licensing the image.
If you are interested, please view the FAQ in the forum, where many questions are answered.
Rules are very lose, all we ask is that you keep it family friendly, respect copyrights and be fair. Uploads are unlimited. All images are right click protected and you are welcome to use your own watermark.
Please give it a chance

Please let me know what you think ...........
All the best
Gunter Nezhoda


« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2014, 16:12 »
Seriously, for a website that claims to sell cream of the crop art, the Q collection, the site looks atrocious. Its a hotchpotch of fonts, menu bars, cheap logos. The site is slow and inconsistent. Navigation is a pain. I wouldnt want to see my images displayed on that site ever. It would do sales more harm then good. Honestly, that needs a ton of work for it even to be presentable as  a curated top quality art collection.  It would look a lot better with a WordPress template or another platform where you can buy a quality template to show artwork. Thats just my honest opinion.

« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2014, 01:16 »
^^ +1

It looks seriously DIY! That look certainly doesn't instill much confidence...

« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2014, 10:50 »
I have a problem with the name.  Google it and you'll see what I mean.

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