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« Reply #50 on: July 22, 2013, 15:18 »

so my files aren't just selling, it has nothing to do with my decision of no more uploading there, are we talking about files with previous flags, over 100, etc?

I'm not sure that I follow exactly what you mean, but I'll try to answer:

Six of my last 20 sales were of files that had more than 100 sales, only one was of a file that hadn't sold before - and even that was an old one. Of about 40 files uploaded in May and early June, only one has sold and most of them do not have a single view. I didn't upload between early January and mid-May and then I stopped again when they brought in the "main collection", so I've only uploaded for about a month this year.

« Reply #51 on: July 23, 2013, 03:40 »
I think it's safe to say that by now there is no exact science of prediction here. I get the sense that exclusive vs independent has more to do with your worldview, personality and workflow than anything else.

I "Like" multiple agencies, simply because I naturally lean towards avoiding single baskets of eggs. I can't prove that it's better, it's just better for me, quite honestly. And I have my own little site that earns even less than what I do at Canstock, but who cares if I dig it?


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