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ShadySue

« Reply #25 on: July 20, 2019, 15:55 »
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Second month there, about 25 USD. Should say "good" better than good.
Wow, stills or video?
That's super impressive nowadays, though would have been poor back when I The files I've uploaded this year, after 2.5 years of not uploading, have disappeared into some sort of Neverworld, only 3dls / $9.66 from them in total.
I've read a lot of exclusives saying their new files aren't selling, but I've seen one other indie on msg saying their recent files are selling well.
Conspiracty theorist, moi?!  ;D 8) :-X

I just do pictures. Most of them landscapes and architecture with no people. Creative content and some editorial (15 %). I think I'm selling for 1USD most of them on getty.
You can't sell from Getty if you're indie, but Premium Access buyers have access across Getty and iStock. Are you earning a flat $1 per sale or is that your average?


« Reply #26 on: July 20, 2019, 16:20 »
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Second month there, about 25 USD. Should say "good" better than good.
Wow, stills or video?
That's super impressive nowadays, though would have been poor back when I started in late 2006. The files I've uploaded this year, after 2.5 years of not uploading, have disappeared into some sort of Neverworld, only 3dls / $9.66 from them in total.
I've read a lot of exclusives saying their new files aren't selling, but I've seen one other indie on msg saying their recent files are selling well.
Conspiracty theorist, moi?!  ;D 8) :-X

I'm exclusive, I regularly sell images uploaded from many different years (except the really old images, where quality was subpar), including new images uploaded this year. Though curiously in June, about 20% of my images that were downloaded have never sold once before. I've never checked my stats in this way before, so I don't know how common this is. It was a mixture of new images and older images that have never had downloads before.

ShadySue

« Reply #27 on: July 20, 2019, 17:14 »
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Second month there, about 25 USD. Should say "good" better than good.
Wow, stills or video?
That's super impressive nowadays, though would have been poor back when I started in late 2006. The files I've uploaded this year, after 2.5 years of not uploading, have disappeared into some sort of Neverworld, only 3dls / $9.66 from them in total.
I've read a lot of exclusives saying their new files aren't selling, but I've seen one other indie on msg saying their recent files are selling well.
Conspiracty theorist, moi?!  ;D 8) :-X

I'm exclusive, I regularly sell images uploaded from many different years (except the really old images, where quality was subpar), including new images uploaded this year. Though curiously in June, about 20% of my images that were downloaded have never sold once before. I've never checked my stats in this way before, so I don't know how common this is. It was a mixture of new images and older images that have never had downloads before.

Unfortunately, I forgot to copy my stats out from DM when I upgraded my computer, so now all I can see is sales since ESP. I really regret that. I have monthly sales figures from when I started, but no individual file details.
Actually now that I've checked, I've only uploaded 65 files since I started reuploading in late Jan: I  got demotivated.

« Reply #28 on: July 21, 2019, 00:51 »
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Second month there, about 25 USD. Should say "good" better than good.
Wow, stills or video?
That's super impressive nowadays, though would have been poor back when I The files I've uploaded this year, after 2.5 years of not uploading, have disappeared into some sort of Neverworld, only 3dls / $9.66 from them in total.
I've read a lot of exclusives saying their new files aren't selling, but I've seen one other indie on msg saying their recent files are selling well.
Conspiracty theorist, moi?!  ;D 8) :-X

I just do pictures. Most of them landscapes and architecture with no people. Creative content and some editorial (15 %). I think I'm selling for 1USD most of them on getty.
You can't sell from Getty if you're indie, but Premium Access buyers have access across Getty and iStock. Are you earning a flat $1 per sale or is that your average?

It's the average per download I think. Can't understand my dashboard but in the file exported are 24 downloads for this month and about 24 USD.

I just can see the first 7 downloads in my dashboard (have 37) and most on them are on getty. But I'm not sure, still can't understand it.
« Last Edit: July 21, 2019, 00:59 by trabuco »

« Reply #29 on: July 21, 2019, 03:45 »
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115 sale are marked as partner portal sale...mostly gave me 0,85 cent...not bad, seems coming from australia only and a bunch south korea, seems like somebody download a loto of my photos ...maybe is the canva deal?

Lately I've been seeing a lot of my stuff come up on Canva, I was wondering who was porting it.

« Reply #30 on: July 22, 2019, 12:27 »
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Can anyone say what they get for a standard Canva sale through Getty? On Canva there are 3 tiers, normal common 1$ sales for which Canva pays .35  uncommon 10$ sales for which they pay $3.50 and almost non-existent $100 sales which they pay $35.

I am curious what a sale through Getty makes the artist.

« Reply #31 on: July 22, 2019, 13:06 »
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Can anyone say what they get for a standard Canva sale through Getty? On Canva there are 3 tiers, normal common 1$ sales for which Canva pays .35  uncommon 10$ sales for which they pay $3.50 and almost non-existent $100 sales which they pay $35.

I am curious what a sale through Getty makes the artist.

I get several 15 Canva sales each month via istock.  No opt out of course. 

gillian vann

  • *Gillian*
« Reply #32 on: July 24, 2019, 00:48 »
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sold 2 videos to Foxtel (Australia's #1 cableTV company) for .... 78c each. meh.

« Reply #33 on: July 24, 2019, 07:04 »
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double download compared to june and triple earning....mostly thanks to 80 90 sale through partner program, eery one for 0,85 cent.  i think is canvas cause they all come from austrlaia...probably a single user bought all , i hope not to resell in stock web sit:)

wds

« Reply #34 on: July 24, 2019, 08:28 »
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sold 2 videos to Foxtel (Australia's #1 cableTV company) for .... 78c each. meh.

Yikes! is that 78c as in $0.78 each?

« Reply #35 on: July 24, 2019, 12:35 »
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May : RDP 0.54
June : RDP 0.92
My two best months since I started 2 years ago. 2 consecutives month with a remittance advice ;-)
Only travel pictures : cityscape, landscape, city life, editorial (around 40%)


gillian vann

  • *Gillian*
« Reply #36 on: July 25, 2019, 03:54 »
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sold 2 videos to Foxtel (Australia's #1 cableTV company) for .... 78c each. meh.

Yikes! is that 78c as in $0.78 each?
yes. 2 drone videos, 78c per video. I am very unimpressed.   the videos aren't spectacularly original, except they are of the beautiful coastal area I live in (northern sydney), and i flew my drone from my balcony so effort was low.... but 78c!! effyuu getty.

« Reply #37 on: July 25, 2019, 10:55 »
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sold 2 videos to Foxtel (Australia's #1 cableTV company) for .... 78c each. meh.

Yikes! is that 78c as in $0.78 each?
yes. 2 drone videos, 78c per video. I am very unimpressed.   the videos aren't spectacularly original, except they are of the beautiful coastal area I live in (northern sydney), and i flew my drone from my balcony so effort was low.... but 78c!! effyuu getty.

78cents is insulting. I lament the old days when prices were much higher.

gillian vann

  • *Gillian*
« Reply #38 on: July 26, 2019, 06:41 »
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sold 2 videos to Foxtel (Australia's #1 cableTV company) for .... 78c each. meh.

Yikes! is that 78c as in $0.78 each?
yes. 2 drone videos, 78c per video. I am very unimpressed.   the videos aren't spectacularly original, except they are of the beautiful coastal area I live in (northern sydney), and i flew my drone from my balcony so effort was low.... but 78c!! effyuu getty.

78cents is insulting. I lament the old days when prices were much higher.
when were "those days" ??? supposedly video is still the only place to make money. Getty has closed the gap on that very quickly.

« Reply #39 on: July 26, 2019, 07:43 »
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Not for me. My video sales are still growing........might be because I do not submit anything to Getty/Istock nor any of the new video subscription schemes........

sold 2 videos to Foxtel (Australia's #1 cableTV company) for .... 78c each. meh.

Yikes! is that 78c as in $0.78 each?
yes. 2 drone videos, 78c per video. I am very unimpressed.   the videos aren't spectacularly original, except they are of the beautiful coastal area I live in (northern sydney), and i flew my drone from my balcony so effort was low.... but 78c!! effyuu getty.

78cents is insulting. I lament the old days when prices were much higher.
when were "those days" ??? supposedly video is still the only place to make money. Getty has closed the gap on that very quickly.


 

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