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« on: April 04, 2019, 21:53 »
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Hi,

I posted about 10 photos in iStock in 2012/2013 and then I lost interest and stopped. I recently logged in again and I see I have earned about $9.50 (pretty pathetic I know).

Just wondering if there is a way I can see which photo sold previously and how many times? Now if I log into the ESP Getty site, it only gives me data from 2017 until now.

On another note, is there a way to see how many times other peoples photos got sold? I recall this used to be there but I guess maybe removed? I am just curious more for editorial photos because a lot of those seems very generic and very repetitive and so I am wondering if it is worth trying it too.

Thanks.


« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2019, 06:27 »
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No and no.

« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2019, 06:38 »
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You can see how many sales you've had per file if you use the contributor phone app. Go to 'stats' and select 'show all' as date range, it will show you the number of views and number of sales per file.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #3 on: April 05, 2019, 09:02 »
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You can see how many sales you've had per file if you use the contributor phone app. Go to 'stats' and select 'show all' as date range, it will show you the number of views and number of sales per file.

Thanks, and it shows stats sorted by sales, but I don't see income. Nice quick view.

Then I went to https://www.todayis20.com/ and there's all kinds of choices, like by income, best selling Etc.

However because of the changes and data being removed from IS to ESP and Getty, I see that's still going to be a NO for going back that far.

ShadySue

« Reply #4 on: April 05, 2019, 09:08 »
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I think if you happen to have DeepMeta2 you'll have old stats. I wish I'd saved mine (or found a was of saving the old data out) before having my computer upgraded last year.

« Reply #5 on: April 05, 2019, 09:23 »
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$9.50 from six or seven years ago? Are you really that interested? None of the data would equate to what would sell today.

Dive in and see what your new stats are!

Cheers!

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #6 on: April 05, 2019, 09:43 »
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I think if you happen to have DeepMeta2 you'll have old stats. I wish I'd saved mine (or found a was of saving the old data out) before having my computer upgraded last year.

Nope, I had that and mine stopped connecting. Unless you mean old stats were stored? Once I downloaded everything that Getty offered, I stopped watching DM2 fail to connect to anything.  ;) Just removed it from another old desktop last month, or I'd look to make sure.

But I'm fairly certain that once we got disconnected the data also became unavailable.

$9.50 from six or seven years ago? Are you really that interested? None of the data would equate to what would sell today.

Dive in and see what your new stats are!

Cheers!

Yes, now that you mention it. Like me just now, looking at the App and seeing all the photo has been removed, not my doing, and 2 download material, which probably made me minimal money, like under a dollar for 2 downloads, I think looking forward is a better idea. I'm sure not going to make more of the stuff that was a fail, and a proven loser.

ShadySue

« Reply #7 on: April 05, 2019, 10:42 »
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I think if you happen to have DeepMeta2 you'll have old stats. I wish I'd saved mine (or found a was of saving the old data out) before having my computer upgraded last year.

Nope, I had that and mine stopped connecting. Unless you mean old stats were stored? Once I downloaded everything that Getty offered, I stopped watching DM2 fail to connect to anything.  ;) Just removed it from another old desktop last month, or I'd look to make sure.

But I'm fairly certain that once we got disconnected the data also became unavailable.
After esp, the old stats were still in DM2, at least until  Feb/March last year (can't remember exactly when I got the computer  upgrade). DM2 didn't update to give new esp sales, but DM3 covers that.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #8 on: April 05, 2019, 11:17 »
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I think if you happen to have DeepMeta2 you'll have old stats. I wish I'd saved mine (or found a was of saving the old data out) before having my computer upgraded last year.

Nope, I had that and mine stopped connecting. Unless you mean old stats were stored? Once I downloaded everything that Getty offered, I stopped watching DM2 fail to connect to anything.  ;) Just removed it from another old desktop last month, or I'd look to make sure.

But I'm fairly certain that once we got disconnected the data also became unavailable.
After esp, the old stats were still in DM2, at least until  Feb/March last year (can't remember exactly when I got the computer  upgrade). DM2 didn't update to give new esp sales, but DM3 covers that.

Yes I remember mixed results on my part. Might be a laptop somewhere with DM2 still on it. That's more of a thorn in my side after Getty removed 3,657 of my images. When I look I have to keep seeing what sold with no thumbnail, no information and earnings for a file number which is their number, so means nothing to me.

Yeah I know, stop your crying Pete and get back to work!  ;)


 

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