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Uncle Pete

« Reply #100 on: April 10, 2014, 21:42 »
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Reply 101 (doesn't that remind us all of some days earlier in life?)  :)

Rah Rah Sis Boom Bah! That's the team spirit.  Raw Raw Raw.

What, this isn't about meat? Oh I'm so disappointed. I like steak tartare, I like sushi. I like green peas and beans, fresh off the plants. Apples off the tree.

Eat it Raw. Vegetarian or meat. That's just fine with me.

Rah Rah Rah = Raw Raw Raw.


...Twitter is for self centered morons who think everyone has to know what they are up to...

Classy, Mike.

You know probably 90% of the people on this forum use twitter. I see you're just as good at making friends over here as you were at the SS forum.


« Reply #101 on: April 10, 2014, 21:51 »
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...Twitter is for self centered morons who think everyone has to know what they are up to...

Classy, Mike.

You know probably 90% of the people on this forum use twitter. I see you're just as good at making friends over here as you were at the SS forum.

"friends" like You, I can live without!
Thank You

« Reply #102 on: April 10, 2014, 23:55 »
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I'm highly suspicious that IS is limiting earnings. Why would this be a good idea? They get thousands of people continuing to produce new art instead of rewarding a few top tier full timers. Algorithms could consider port size, average wage in artists country, upload rates, selling rates, anything result they want to target. IS seems hungry for new images. Standards have been dramatically lowered which means they want MORE PRODUCERS. To stimulate production they share the earnings around. If I have a high day early in the week the next 2 to 3 days are much lower and my weekly earnings are usually within $100 range week to week.

« Reply #103 on: April 11, 2014, 00:32 »
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"mikeledray ‏@mikeledray  Oct 30
Photography is easy. Even Monkeys can do it!  Just had to share!"



good. you go boy :)

« Reply #104 on: April 11, 2014, 05:43 »
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no I am not lying dude

https://twitter.com/mikeledray

all of them from Facebook

anyway I am done with this discussion, you are a lost case and my patience is over!

you opened another account LOL

You are a * idiot!
Those are all Facebook post
Not Twitter
LOL

please take care of this Tyler :)

« Reply #105 on: April 11, 2014, 08:18 »
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"mikeledray ‏@mikeledray  Oct 30
Photography is easy. Even Monkeys can do it!  Just had to share!"



good. you go boy :)

What a Great Quote
What year was that?



« Reply #106 on: April 11, 2014, 10:33 »
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Ya, this is OT, but.... the world is full of the most interesting people, isn't it?

« Reply #107 on: April 11, 2014, 11:05 »
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Ya, this is OT, but.... the world is full of the most interesting people, isn't it?
Well it has certainly muddled the discussion hasn't it.  Who's talking about a site possibly manipulating the search to favor paying lower royalty contributors anymore?

« Reply #108 on: April 11, 2014, 11:22 »
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Ya, this is OT, but.... the world is full of the most interesting people, isn't it?
Well it has certainly muddled the discussion hasn't it.  Who's talking about a site possibly manipulating the search to favor paying lower royalty contributors anymore?

Tell me about it!
If it were not for a few select morons attacking me on every thread I respond to or start things would go as planned.

I really do not think SS or any site even thinks or cares about this concept.
I think their in a race to be on top of the stock market, with the most photos available for sale to anyone who wants to buy them.
The more photos they have the more customers stay on their site looking for that Perfect shot.
There are many versions of any particular image which gives the buyer more options.

This is a business of selling images for use (we all know that)
Nobody guaranteed any one person (or company or group) a particular income, I for one am just glad for each and every sale I get and am always doing my own marketing also to help with My bottom line.

Everyone (well almost everyone) is a competitor, why would (or should) I give my competitors a hand in taking My sales away with real info.

Some people do not like that, to them I say Booo Hooo go get your own ideas on how to make money.
:)
 

Ron

« Reply #109 on: April 11, 2014, 11:26 »
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Ya, this is OT, but.... the world is full of the most interesting people, isn't it?
Well it has certainly muddled the discussion hasn't it.  Who's talking about a site possibly manipulating the search to favor paying lower royalty contributors anymore?
No thread about something happening at SS will ever really go OT with you around. There is always TS to bring it back OnT.

« Reply #110 on: April 11, 2014, 11:27 »
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Ya, this is OT, but.... the world is full of the most interesting people, isn't it?
Well it has certainly muddled the discussion hasn't it.  Who's talking about a site possibly manipulating the search to favor paying lower royalty contributors anymore?
No thread about something happening at SS will ever really go OT with you around. There is always TS to bring it back OnT.
Taking it back off topic is your job I guess, Ambassador.


 

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