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shank_ali

« on: February 11, 2009, 02:19 »
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Well a very nice surprise this morning..My 3rd extended licence netting me $69.74.
How many peeps get them and how much do they make for you?


« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2009, 02:54 »
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It depends where you sell them.  FT give me over 80$ per EL and SS give me 28$.  The other sites vary in price like IS.

« Reply #2 on: February 11, 2009, 04:22 »
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I get less of them on istock than SS or FT, perhaps they don't make it as obvious when one is required?  Price can't be anything to do with it because some sell for more on FT.

« Reply #3 on: February 11, 2009, 05:05 »
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I get less of them on istock than SS or FT, perhaps they don't make it as obvious when one is required?  Price can't be anything to do with it because some sell for more on FT.

Correct. I got a couple of extended ones this month on SS and On Demands almost daily (Feb 09). At the contrary, my trend on DT was increasing subscription. I don't know if this trend is true for everybody but this makes SS suddenly by far my most profitable site, despite the subscription. You might be right, SS communicating and enforcing its license policy much better.

« Reply #4 on: February 11, 2009, 06:03 »
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I'm finding the opposite of DT lately and selling lots of high level credit sales and few subs..  My RPD there is 1.85$ this month which is my highest ever.  On the other hand StockXpert is nearly all subs and small sales lately.

I get less of them on istock than SS or FT, perhaps they don't make it as obvious when one is required?  Price can't be anything to do with it because some sell for more on FT.

Correct. I got a couple of extended ones this month on SS and On Demands almost daily (Feb 09). At the contrary, my trend on DT was increasing subscription. I don't know if this trend is true for everybody but this makes SS suddenly by far my most profitable site, despite the subscription. You might be right, SS communicating and enforcing its license policy much better.


shank_ali

« Reply #5 on: February 11, 2009, 13:50 »
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Just had a closer look at these extended licences ...
First one i got $30.45 and the buyer payed 100 credits for unlimited reproduction/print runs.
Second one i got 40.70 and the buyer again payed 100 credits for unlimited reproduction/print runs.
Yesterday however the buyer used 200 credits which were 125 credits for unlimited reproduction/print run and a further 75 credits for multiseat (unlimited) which i do not understand.
What is clear however is the pleasure you get from a mid-day walk in your lunchbreak and coming across wild poppies in a wheat field and getting close to nature.
 Thanks to the buyer for buying the close  up and vertical photo of my poppies with diminishing perspective.

« Reply #6 on: February 11, 2009, 13:53 »
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Ive not had a single one yet on any site :( I feel left out lol

« Reply #7 on: February 11, 2009, 14:44 »
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I had one once when I was still with SS. Not had any since then though.
Congrats!


shank_ali

« Reply #8 on: February 11, 2009, 17:06 »
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I had one once when I was still with SS. Not had any since then though.
Congrats!


thanks.What pleases me most is the fact that there are alot of poppy photos in the istock library to choose from but this buyer used 200 credits to buy mine.Cool rewarding feeling.
I hope every micro contributor experiances a jump in revenue due to extended licence sales.


 

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