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« Reply #50 on: March 17, 2020, 09:38 »
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i have probably 5% of sales i always have at this time of the day...practically sals come only from india , and country less affected by coronavirus...italy france spain uk gone literally
The worst thing that this pandemic has brought is Jonbull being forced to postpone his project Serbia! Serbians borders are closed!  ;)

i agreed) and  also no lifestyle shooting for the next 2 months minimum,, nail in the coffin of micro stock...


« Reply #51 on: March 17, 2020, 14:19 »
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one nice sales for 45 at least saved the day...

« Reply #52 on: March 17, 2020, 17:22 »
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i have probably 5% of sales i always have at this time of the day...practically sals come only from india , and country less affected by coronavirus...italy france spain uk gone literally
The worst thing that this pandemic has brought is Jonbull being forced to postpone his project Serbia! Serbians borders are closed!  ;)
That "project" has been in the pipeline nearly as long as the imminent destruction of Microstock ;-)

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« Reply #53 on: March 17, 2020, 17:44 »
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I'm getting paper and electronic mails from travel companies encouraging me to book trips for 2021. These particular companies (that I've used before, one of which just confirmed my refund for a trip to Extremadura [next month] today) don't use stock photos, but presumably other companies are doing the same, and do.

« Reply #54 on: March 18, 2020, 01:55 »
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I'm getting paper and electronic mails from travel companies encouraging me to book trips for 2021. These particular companies (that I've used before, one of which just confirmed my refund for a trip to Extremadura [next month] today) don't use stock photos, but presumably other companies are doing the same, and do.
Yes I'm getting lots especially on Facebook. In the medium term though I would expect quite a few travel companies to go bust. The cruise industry being particularly vulnerable. In the longer term those emerging from the rubble may need a big marketing push...along with government agencies. At some point there will be a big "we are open for business" campaign from many governments.


 

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