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123RF / Thoughts on Payoneer
« on: January 28, 2014, 05:15 »
Hi guys,

We have been approached by Payoneer to link up with them.

So if we did this, is anyone:
1. Interested?
2. Already with them?
3. Is beneficial if we had them as a payment option to you?

Thoughts?
Alex.

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MicrostockSubmitter / Getting in touch with the Developer
« on: July 12, 2013, 04:28 »
Hello, I'm Alex from 123RF.com.

We have altered the way we process FTPed files.

We would like to get in touch with the developer to see if your system and ours are compatible and if they are not, what can we do to make them speak to each other!

Please email me: alex(at)123rf.com.

Thank you very much!

Alex.

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123RF / 123RF.com to Start Accepting Motion Video Submissions!
« on: November 30, 2011, 04:55 »
HOUSTON, TX, November 30, 2011 - Since its humble beginnings in 2005, 123RF.com has been accepting stock photos from photographers and licensing them to advertising agencies, graphic designers and businesses under a Royalty-Free license. Today, 123RF.com officially announces the launch of its video submission platform. Keeping in line with the growing needs and demands for video and motion graphics in the advertising & media industry, this significant evolution for 123RF.com has resoundingly solidified its position as an established player in the Royalty-Free stock photos and digital media licensing industry.

Recent research reports by Nielsen[1] and Gartner[2] shows the increasing prevalence in the use of video and video based advertisements[3] especially in mobile devices is rapidly gaining ground over traditional forms of advertising. Stephanie Sitt, C.E.O. of 123RF Limited believes that the availability of internet bandwidth that enables the streaming of videos is a key driver for the growth in demand for highly creative and yet commercially orientated stock videos.

Were very excited to be able to develop the platform to open yet another income channel for videographers, agencies and other producers of stock videos. We certainly have the platform, the eyeballs and the right audience from the right industry - all thats left is the right content to meet that demand. Our traffic and internet reach according to Alexa, Compete and QuantCast has increased more than fifteen fold over the past 2 years, making 123RF.com the fastest growing Royalty-Free stock agency. enthused Sitt.

Sitt goes on to add, Our IT team have put together a reliable and fast video submission platform that ensures a stable upload, quick file-encoding and comes complete with a user-friendly interface for keywording and release attachment. To submit videos to 123RF.com, just create a Contributor account, and follow the instructions to start uploading. We have approximately 30,000 videos in our databases right now but would really welcome more to ensure that our clients will be spoilt for choice during the launch day, scheduled for January 2012.

More information on uploading procedures, commissions, legal documents and end user license agreements can be found on submit.123rf.com/footage. Email [email protected] for details and inquiries on video submission.

[1] January 2011: Online Video Usage Up 45%

( http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/january-2011-online-video-usage-up-45/ )

[2] Gartner Says Worldwide Mobile Advertising Revenue Forecast to Reach $3.3 Billion in 2011

( http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=1726614 )

[3] Online Video Ad Spending Annual Growth Peaks In 2012

( http://www.reelseo.com/online-video-ad-spending/ )

About 123RF.com

Since 2005, 123RF.com is a royalty-free stock photo library that offers a variety of inexpensive, impressive and practical high quality stock photos, catering to clients who have a constant need of fresh images. 123RF.com hosts over 11.3 million stock photos while 20,000 images are added to the website on a daily basis. 123RF.com also gives photographers, designers and illustrators the opportunity to promote their photography and illustrations to a worldwide audience. 123RF.com operates 24-hours a day, from Mondays to Fridays. For further details, please visit www.123rf.com.

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123RF / 123RF Image Enlargement Service Sale
« on: August 11, 2011, 20:41 »
Hello Everyone,

We're having a sale on the Image Enlargement Service orders on 123RF for the rest of the month of August 2011. This is done and packaged as our 10 millionth image mark. All newsletter recipients, facebook fans and twitter followers shall receive repeated notifications about the sale.

Throughout this period you will still receive:
20 creds for each 100 MB TIFF enlargement order
40 creds for each 200 MB TIFF enlargement order
60 creds for each 300 MB TIFF enlargement order

There's no change in commission structure to all contributors.

If the response to the sale is good, we might put this as a permanent mark down on enlargement costs.

Thank you everyone.

Alex

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123RF / Opting out of API Partner Sales
« on: April 19, 2011, 22:03 »
Dear 123RF Contributors:

At the moment, unless we're notified otherwise, your portfolio will be sold via our API Partner channels.

However, you may now opt out of 123RF API Partner sales if you wish to. Please email us at [email protected] and give us your 123RF.com USERID. You should email us from the email address that you use to register your account at 123RF.com. Please use this in your message title : "API Partner Sales Opt Out".

Please kindly note that at this time, you CANNOT choose to opt from specific partners. It's either ALL or NONE AT ALL.

We will implement this feature on the site at a later date to give you more control over your image distribution.

Thank you.

Alex.

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General Stock Discussion / Site stealing your images
« on: April 13, 2011, 22:45 »
Hi All,

Please look here:

http://www.freeimageworks.com/soccer-player-on-the-street/-
http://www.freeimageworks.com/a-soccer-player-on-the-street/-
http://www.freeimageworks.com/soccer-player/-

Images clearly belong to bowie15 : http://www.123rf.com/profile_bowie15

Was your portfolio compromised as well? They have a "takedown" procedure: http://www.freeimageworks.com/dmca

But they're selling unlimited downloads too! http://www.freeimageworks.com/signup

If this isn't illegal, i don't know what is. I think you should check if your images are on that site and get them to remove it.

Best regards,

Alex
for 123RF.com

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Dear Contributors,

123RF.com would like to offer its sincere condolences and prayers to the victims and extends its support to those affected by the disastrous earthquake and tsunami that struck the north-eastern coast of Japan on March 11, 2011.

We are deeply saddened by the tragic images of loss of life, family and homes. We would like to offer compassion and support to the survivors and have set up 123RFCares - Tsunami Relief Fund. 123RFCares is a special account created for 123RF.com users to donate through downloading images.

We wish to invite you to donate an image (or several) for the Japan Tsunami relief efforts. 123RF.com pledges to match dollar for dollar for every image downloaded from the 123RFCares account throughout the campaign period. We are going to route all proceeds to the Hong Kong Red Cross society and we also have their support of our campaign.

For more information please visit: http://www.123rf.com/blog/blog.php?idblog=b1000179

Here are some information which you should know if youre interested to contribute your works to the 123RFCares account:


  • A credit line will be given - This work was donated by <name> ( <userid> ) for the Tsunami Relief Fund - proceeds from all downloads will donated to the Hong Kong Red Cross. in the Content description.
  • The owner of the Content can request the removal of the Content at any time by writing in to [email protected]. Kindly allow 3 working days to perform the content deletion thereafter.
  • No commissions or royalties will be paid, this is a voluntary donation.
  • Please email your donated content to [email protected] with title "123RFCares Content Donation".
  • The review team will ascertain its suitability as we need to abide by some guidelines as set by the Red Cross.
  • We will voluntarily Describe and Keyword the image for you if you have not described or keyworded the image via IPTC.

A simple act of contributing an image can make a big difference. Every contribution will provide services and comfort to those in need and in distress. Let's do our part for the affected communities. I wish to personally thank you in advance if you do indeed join us in this special donation drive.

Alex
for 123RF.com

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123RF / 123RF Serves Termination Notice to Pixmac
« on: January 27, 2011, 02:03 »
Dear Contributors,

Kindly take note that we have sent a Termination Notice to Pixmac as an API Partner.

Thank you very much.

Alex.

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123RF / 123RF Contributor Survey - Tell us how you feel.
« on: January 26, 2011, 02:51 »
Hey folks!

A Happy New Year to everyone and speaking of the new year, we would like to start off the year with new and exciting ideas plus ways to improve the overall performance of 123RF.com

So, we would like you, yes....you, our dear contributors to share with us on your thoughts and opinions on how we can improve 123RF.com's affiliate programs.

Here's the link to the survey and this would just take a couple of minutes or so for you to complete it. A couple of minutes of your time would certainly make a big difference in things to come.

Survey link : http://bit.ly/i27PlS

Go ahead and have your say...because we really love to hear from all our contributors!

Additionally, we have altered our Contributor's Agreement to cover Distribution activities and Account Termination effects more comprehensively. We urge you to visit the updated agreement here http://www.123rf.com/submit/agreement.php.

Thank you for your participation and stay tuned for more exciting ideas and announcements coming your way soon!

Best Regards,
123RF.com

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123RF / Min. Image Size Upgrade
« on: November 24, 2010, 01:19 »
Dear Contributors,

Kindly take note that 123RF will no longer accept images below 8 MP as of today.

Thank you very much.

Alex
for 123RF.com

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123RF / No FTP and Uploads Until June 14, 2010
« on: June 11, 2010, 05:03 »
Dear 123RF.com Contributors,

Kindly note that we're migrating to a new FTP server this entire weekend. As a result, we will not be enabling any FTP processing or uploads. The system is scheduled to be installed and running on Monday, June 14, 2010.

We regret if this has caused you any inconvenience. We should have a more responsive, spacious and stable FTP server to suit your uploading requirements soon.

Thanks for your kind understanding!

Alex
for 123RF.com

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123RF / Help us Review some Russian Translations
« on: April 12, 2010, 04:42 »
Hi Contributors,

I'm trying to reach out to our Russian contributors, can those of you who are well versed in Russian help me review some translations, kindly email me at [email protected]. I'll send you an Excel file for reviewing.

I'll be very grateful for your help!

Alex.
for 123RF.com

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123RF / 123RF Image Enlargement Services & Your Earnings
« on: April 06, 2010, 04:47 »
Hi Everyone,

Great news! We've introduced another value added service to our clients - 123RF Image Enlargement Service. And you can now see this as being available on the website if you look at your file sizes, we now have the following:

Size            Credits   Your share
S                  1         50%   
M                  2         50%   
L                  3         50%   
XL                 4         50%   
XXL                5         50%   
100 MB TIFF       150     20 credits
200 MB TIFF       300     40 credits
300 MB TIFF       450     60 credits


We are employing an external party to provide this service to our clients. We are using your 5 credit version of the image to enlarge it to 100, 200, 300 MB TIFFs with some minor touch up, removal of noise, etc.  Don't worry about your original images, we do make sure that we keep everything cataloged and our external service provider will not distribute this version without first consulting 123RF.

The good news is, you're now getting approximately 13.3% of the FULL VALUE (not 50% as in the case of the S-XXL size images) of the credits for each image enlarged, while we share the remaining amount with the image enlargement service provider.

We hope that this will prove to be a good and profitable business model for you and our clients as it will increase the earning capacity for everyone. We will promote this service to all our clients and soon you should see some heavy hitting sales coming your way!

Thank you very much.

Alex.
for 123RF.com

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123RF / New Earnings Page Roll Out
« on: August 06, 2008, 22:47 »
We know that this is a long awaited feature. It's going to be up soon.

We would like your help to get these items translated into the following languages:

French / German / Spanish / Chinese / Italian

Items to be translated are as follows:

Downloads Total
Referral Earnings
Referral Total
Buyers
Contributors
Thumbnail & Image #
Last Download
Total Earned
Total Earnings

Short explanation:
Downloads Total  ???  Sum of all downloads :)
Referral Earnings ??? How much you got from referrals
Referral Total ??? How much in total (rolling cumulative figure)
Buyers ??? Customers
Contribs ??? Contributors
Thumbnail & Image # ??? This column shows the thumbnail and the image ID
Last Download ??? When was this image last downloaded
Total Earned ??? Total Earned so far
Total Earnings ??? How much in total (rolling cumulative figure)

Looking forward to your translations! Much thanks in advance!

Alex
for 123RF.com

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