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Uncle Pete

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« on: February 16, 2022, 08:00 »
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I was checking on DM and uploads and by accident found the updates January 2022 royalties are posted.

I can afford a 24 pack of diet Coke on this months Gross earnings. (and they are gross)

RPD .66
« Last Edit: February 16, 2022, 09:09 by Uncle Pete »


ShadySue

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« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2022, 08:11 »
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I was checking on DM and uploads and by accident found the updates Dec 2021 royalties are posted.

I can afford a 24 pack of diet Coke on this months Gross earnings. (and they are gross)

RPD .66

Thanks for the info, but I think you meant Jan 22.
Wasn't expecting report until Friday.
My Jan total is c30% better than last year (which was very poor) , and 'just' below Jan '20.
rpd (exclusive) $1.85.


« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2022, 09:03 »
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For me, December was the fourth best month ever at iStock/getty.

RPD $1.33 - non exclusive.

I hope it continues like this there.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2022, 09:08 »
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I was checking on DM and uploads and by accident found the updates Dec 2021 royalties are posted.

I can afford a 24 pack of diet Coke on this months Gross earnings. (and they are gross)

RPD .66

Thanks for the info, but I think you meant Jan 22.
Wasn't expecting report until Friday.
My Jan total is c30% better than last year (which was very poor) , and 'just' below Jan '20.
rpd (exclusive) $1.85.

Yes, January Licenses 2022. I'll go fix that.

« Reply #4 on: February 16, 2022, 09:21 »
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I was checking on DM and uploads and by accident found the updates Dec 2021 royalties are posted.

I can afford a 24 pack of diet Coke on this months Gross earnings. (and they are gross)

RPD .66

Thanks for the info, but I think you meant Jan 22.
Wasn't expecting report until Friday.
My Jan total is c30% better than last year (which was very poor) , and 'just' below Jan '20.
rpd (exclusive) $1.85.

Yes, January Licenses 2022. I'll go fix that.

I can see the downloads for January, Pete. But where can you see your income for January 2022?

ShadySue

  • There is a crack in everything
« Reply #5 on: February 16, 2022, 09:26 »
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I was checking on DM and uploads and by accident found the updates Dec 2021 royalties are posted.

I can afford a 24 pack of diet Coke on this months Gross earnings. (and they are gross)

RPD .66

Thanks for the info, but I think you meant Jan 22.
Wasn't expecting report until Friday.
My Jan total is c30% better than last year (which was very poor) , and 'just' below Jan '20.
rpd (exclusive) $1.85.

Yes, January Licenses 2022. I'll go fix that.

I can see the downloads for January, Pete. But where can you see your income for January 2022?

I'm not Pete, but I see mine by clicking on Royalties.

« Reply #6 on: February 16, 2022, 09:35 »
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I was checking on DM and uploads and by accident found the updates Dec 2021 royalties are posted.

I can afford a 24 pack of diet Coke on this months Gross earnings. (and they are gross)

RPD .66

Thanks for the info, but I think you meant Jan 22.
Wasn't expecting report until Friday.
My Jan total is c30% better than last year (which was very poor) , and 'just' below Jan '20.
rpd (exclusive) $1.85.

Yes, January Licenses 2022. I'll go fix that.

I can see the downloads for January, Pete. But where can you see your income for January 2022?

I'm not Pete, but I see mine by clicking on Royalties.

Oh, thank you so much, Sue!

Now I have learned something after all these years. I didn't realize that I could see the royalties before they were paid out. I have never looked there before.

RPD $0.98 for January 2022.

« Reply #7 on: February 16, 2022, 09:44 »
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For me, December was the fourth best month ever at iStock/getty.

RPD $1.33 - non exclusive.

I hope it continues like this there.
For me, the best RPD was in August last year with $1.61/DL. Also non-exclusive.
December 2021 was the second-best with $1.44/DL
This January was not bad either: $1.26/DL

A few years back, I never thought that in a relative way, I would begin to tolerate what I'm seeing from iStock.

I guess it's a lesson about never keeping all your eggs in a single basket...

« Reply #8 on: February 16, 2022, 10:42 »
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With January iStock is my best earner for the 4th month in a row. It's not close to what I earned there in November and December, but since January wasn't all that great on any agencies, the bar wasn't very high.

« Reply #9 on: February 16, 2022, 11:50 »
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My RPD is $0.61
not bad
my first 100$ is very close  8)
« Last Edit: February 16, 2022, 11:54 by Souf10 »

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #10 on: February 18, 2022, 13:17 »
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I was checking on DM and uploads and by accident found the updates Dec 2021 royalties are posted.

I can afford a 24 pack of diet Coke on this months Gross earnings. (and they are gross)

RPD .66

Thanks for the info, but I think you meant Jan 22.
Wasn't expecting report until Friday.
My Jan total is c30% better than last year (which was very poor) , and 'just' below Jan '20.
rpd (exclusive) $1.85.

Yes, January Licenses 2022. I'll go fix that.

I can see the downloads for January, Pete. But where can you see your income for January 2022?

I'm not Pete, but I see mine by clicking on Royalties.

And I'm not Sue  ;) but I use Deep Meta and Todayis20 to view my sales.

https://www.deepmeta.com/  which does some nice graphs and stats and is useful for uploading and avoiding ESP.
Qhero works too, I just prefer DM - the Sync downloads all the data and information and there you are.

https://www.todayis20.com/  You download the TXT from ESP and paste it in there, the site reads the data. Then shows the monthly. Also does historical sales by types, some nice pie charts, best selling and most valuable.

« Reply #11 on: February 19, 2022, 02:11 »
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RPD video + images = $1.20.

While not a great month, still much better than January 2021. This agency is my fastest growing with a backlog of content I've been able to upload. February is looking very active (interactions + views) so interesting to see how this turns out next month.       

« Reply #12 on: February 19, 2022, 02:36 »
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Very good month indeed. In fact, iStock/getty was my top earning agency in January 2022, which is a bit odd. Can't remember this ever happened to me. Partly because Shutterstock was really underperforming in January, but also because iStock/Getty really did well for me last month.

One thing I never can't get a hold of are the licenses.

Publishing: Print & Online. Hungary. Commercial - limited rights for RF Content;Editorial - website(s);Editorial - social media platforms;Editorial - Re-Display Rights: In-Context Promotional Use;Editorial - print publication(s) (cover use for RF/NSEA only);Editorial - mobile/tablet apps;Editorial - digital distribution platforms. Editorial rights granted for print and web publications. Print & Digital. Unlimited number of uses per download (In perpetuity). In perpetuity, within the context of the original use
-->> This one earned me a whopping 6 cents!

While this one...
Broadcasting & Video on Demand. World. Editorial - website(s);Editorial - social media platforms;Editorial - Re-Display Rights: In-Context Syndication;Editorial - Re-Display Rights: In-Context Promotional Use;Editorial - mobile/tablet apps;Editorial - Film/TV programs;Editorial - digital distribution platforms. Digital. One use per download. In perpetuity, within the context of the original use.
-->> brought in 9 bucks.

And this:
Creative Agency. World. Commercial - limited rights for RF Content. Unlimited. Digital. Unlimited number of uses per download (In perpetuity). In perpetuity, within the context of the original use.
-->> Earned me 16 cents.

First image was uploaded Editorial, the other two images as commercial. But what does it all mean and why is there such a huge difference in licensing fees for nearly unlimited use (first one only within one country but print included, the other two worldwide, one broadcasting the other one only digital - whatever that means. All within context of original use).

I would assume that the one with worldwide broadcasting and video on demand was bought to be used in film/docu while the other two probably found their way in supporting an article in a newspaper or (online) magazine/blog? But that's only an assumption, and if it's true, I still feel ripped off :)

Anyhow, again, good month at iStock. So grateful for that. They, together with Adobe Stock which also performed very well, saved my January which was a drama at all other agencies, Shutterstock included.

ShadySue

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« Reply #13 on: February 19, 2022, 05:57 »
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One thing I never can't get a hold of are the licenses.

Publishing: Print & Online. Hungary. Commercial - limited rights for RF Content;Editorial - website(s);Editorial - social media platforms;Editorial - Re-Display Rights: In-Context Promotional Use;Editorial - print publication(s) (cover use for RF/NSEA only);Editorial - mobile/tablet apps;Editorial - digital distribution platforms. Editorial rights granted for print and web publications. Print & Digital. Unlimited number of uses per download (In perpetuity). In perpetuity, within the context of the original use
-->> This one earned me a whopping 6 cents!

While this one...
Broadcasting & Video on Demand. World. Editorial - website(s);Editorial - social media platforms;Editorial - Re-Display Rights: In-Context Syndication;Editorial - Re-Display Rights: In-Context Promotional Use;Editorial - mobile/tablet apps;Editorial - Film/TV programs;Editorial - digital distribution platforms. Digital. One use per download. In perpetuity, within the context of the original use.
-->> brought in 9 bucks.

And this:
Creative Agency. World. Commercial - limited rights for RF Content. Unlimited. Digital. Unlimited number of uses per download (In perpetuity). In perpetuity, within the context of the original use.
-->> Earned me 16 cents.


Are these files directly uploaded to Getty?
Otherwise, if uploaded to iStock, could you tell me where you see the license details, please? Ithought iS sales were just 'RF', no more info given.

« Reply #14 on: February 19, 2022, 10:10 »
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Are these files directly uploaded to Getty?
Otherwise, if uploaded to iStock, could you tell me where you see the license details, please? Ithought iS sales were just 'RF', no more info given.

No, not directly to Getty, but to iStock using DeepMeta. That's also the tool I use to track my earnings. In the "Sales" tab, click on a sold item and additional information can be found on the right. The "Usage" field is mostly empty or labeled as basic, but sometimes additional information regarding licenses is given.

ShadySue

  • There is a crack in everything
« Reply #15 on: February 19, 2022, 18:30 »
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Are these files directly uploaded to Getty?
Otherwise, if uploaded to iStock, could you tell me where you see the license details, please? Ithought iS sales were just 'RF', no more info given.

No, not directly to Getty, but to iStock using DeepMeta. That's also the tool I use to track my earnings. In the "Sales" tab, click on a sold item and additional information can be found on the right. The "Usage" field is mostly empty or labeled as basic, but sometimes additional information regarding licenses is given.

Oh, thanks for the info!

« Reply #16 on: February 20, 2022, 15:42 »
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Decent month, wasn't expecting due to holidays.

« Reply #17 on: February 22, 2022, 16:39 »
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Hi all, did you receive payments? Thanks!

« Reply #18 on: February 23, 2022, 13:41 »
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Anyone else received unusal payment from getty? I've earned 98$ in January, so 2$ short of payment threshold, and I just recived message from paypal that getty send me 82$?? And 82$ is unusal amount two, I pay 5% taxes so even I getty would send me those 98$ I should get about 93$.

I didn't get any remittance (whatever that is) email, as I usually do?

ShadySue

  • There is a crack in everything
« Reply #19 on: February 23, 2022, 13:47 »
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Anyone else received unusal payment from getty? I've earned 98$ in January, so 2$ short of payment threshold, and I just recived message from paypal that getty send me 82$?? And 82$ is unusal amount two, I pay 5% taxes so even I getty would send me those 98$ I should get about 93$.

I didn't get any remittance (whatever that is) email, as I usually do?
I got the remittance email half an hour ago.

« Reply #20 on: February 23, 2022, 13:47 »
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Hi all, did you receive payments? Thanks!

Yes, today.

« Reply #21 on: February 23, 2022, 13:51 »
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Why I received only 82$, and why I got payment at all if I didnt reach 100$ I wonder.

« Reply #22 on: February 23, 2022, 13:52 »
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Anyone else received unusal payment from getty? I've earned 98$ in January, so 2$ short of payment threshold, and I just recived message from paypal that getty send me 82$?? And 82$ is unusal amount two, I pay 5% taxes so even I getty would send me those 98$ I should get about 93$.

I didn't get any remittance (whatever that is) email, as I usually do?

Something like this has once happaned to me before. Just went through my old mails to look it up: In 2019 they once sent me 85.09$ even though it's below their minimum payout amount. No idea why. It was exactly the amount that showed in my earning summary though.

« Reply #23 on: February 23, 2022, 14:31 »
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I received $122 today when I only have $36 as " Minimum payment not met and carried forward". I have no idea why. Is this some kind of "DACS payment" ?

ShadySue

  • There is a crack in everything
« Reply #24 on: February 23, 2022, 14:43 »
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I seem to have got 2c more than I was expecting, but Getty figures tend not to match, IME.

However, the posts earlier in this thread about big discrepancies and getting payment while under threshhold are surprising.

« Reply #25 on: February 23, 2022, 16:52 »
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I just received the remittance ; this payment is for ADAGP. Description in the remittance is: ADAGP Collective Licensing Payback 2021 December.

« Reply #26 on: February 23, 2022, 17:18 »
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I didn't know that istock also had a payout treshold. Do you set it yourself or is it always $100?

ShadySue

  • There is a crack in everything
« Reply #27 on: February 23, 2022, 19:08 »
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I didn't know that istock also had a payout treshold. Do you set it yourself or is it always $100?
It's been $100, set by them for a long time.
I used to make that almost every single week for years; now there are some months I don't reach it.  :'(

« Reply #28 on: February 23, 2022, 21:22 »
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I just received the remittance ; this payment is for ADAGP. Description in the remittance is: ADAGP Collective Licensing Payback 2021 December.

Yeah, same here, whats this?

« Reply #29 on: February 24, 2022, 00:47 »
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I just received the remittance ; this payment is for ADAGP. Description in the remittance is: ADAGP Collective Licensing Payback 2021 December.

Yeah, same here, whats this?

ADAGP is the equivalent in France for DACS in UK (Design and Artists Copyright Society ).

« Reply #30 on: February 24, 2022, 01:51 »
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Thanks, it's ice to get some extra unexpected $

« Reply #31 on: February 25, 2022, 12:07 »
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 :)Average $2.07/DL-- exclusive-- Not too bad for January


 

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