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Ingimage - Accepting New Contributors / A Few Changes

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everest:
20%. Are you serious. You are not going to get quality images with this percentage...not nowadays.....unless you have a huge selling volume Only my opinion.....

marthamarks:

--- Quote from: everest on February 26, 2015, 12:50 ---20%. Are you serious. You are not going to get quality images with this percentage...not nowadays.....unless you have a huge selling volume Only my opinion.....

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Why do you say "only my opinion" when your previous statement is obviously true?

You undercut your argument when you add wimpy stuff like that. Butů that's only my opinion.  ;D

trek:

--- Quote from: Fairplay on February 26, 2015, 11:41 ---As I mentioned in my previous post Ingimage and SignElements are part of Ingram Image Ltd!

http://www.signelements.com/p/about.html
http://www.ingimage.com/p/about-us-en.html

I still have small part of my portfolio on SignElements. They still don't report the sales! No info of which image is sold and how much I get!
My experience and the info from many contributors I know: they pay almost the same amount every month, no matter how much images you upload! I mean extreme differences (+100-200%) in portfolio size (thousands) and just a few pounds (+5-10%) difference in royalties paid! Very suspicious! I don't trust them!
I actually requested termination of my account after payment long time ago with no success! I should try again!

Ingimage = SignElements = No deal

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SignElements lack of detailed reporting is why I closed my account with them.

roede-orm:

--- Quote from: Henry_Ing on February 26, 2015, 10:40 ---
Ingimage is not a start-up, we have grown gradually over the last seven years - not through traffic but through sales generated by traditional marketing methods and word of mouth. We are not huge, but our traffic levels are in a similar league to Stocksy - more importantly our loyal customers represent the majority of our traffic, and that group is steadily growing. Many of our present contributors already make very significant royalties through us.

I appreciate we have not reinvented the wheel. But as a smaller collection we do offer a different experience for buyers. Customers do choose us over larger collections as they prefer browsing our edited library.

We offer high royalties compared to other subscriptions  (we are accepting applications until April 30th - Ingimage Application Page)

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Ingimage is still uninteresting until they'll offer higher comissions. They does not have the download amount of Shutterstock or Fotolia etc but they pay less! Why should we then offer our work? No, first must an agency offer something that makes them interesting for providers. And there I see nothing at the moment!

EmberMike:

@Henry: How can I contact you directly? Have some questions about SignElements and partner relationships.

Thanks

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