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ribtoks:
We will be sending the first newsletter in 5 days! It's a good time to sign up now to receive it.

SuperPhoto:

--- Quote from: ribtoks on May 25, 2021, 04:21 ---We will be sending the first newsletter in 5 days! It's a good time to sign up now to receive it.

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Thank-you for your hard work.

ribtoks:
Just finished preparing August newsletter. This time have 2 more high-level topics than usual, making August a month with record number of ideas.

It's a great time to sign up and create needed content for October! https://stockphotosideas.com/

Brasilnut:

--- Quote from: ribtoks on July 27, 2021, 07:41 ---Just finished preparing August newsletter. This time have 2 more high-level topics than usual, making August a month with record number of ideas.

It's a great time to sign up and create needed content for October! https://stockphotosideas.com/

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Looking forward! :)

Uncle Pete:

--- Quote from: Brasilnut on July 27, 2021, 14:07 ---
--- Quote from: ribtoks on July 27, 2021, 07:41 ---Just finished preparing August newsletter. This time have 2 more high-level topics than usual, making August a month with record number of ideas.

It's a great time to sign up and create needed content for October! https://stockphotosideas.com/

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Looking forward! :)

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Doesn't this fall under Brutally Honest, how to make money in Microstock? Publish a Newsletter?  ;D Or write a blog?


--- Quote from: steheap on May 06, 2021, 13:49 ---Ahhh.... competition for my premium membership. But I only charge $4.99 a month!

Steve

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Mine will be only $3.99 I'd like to start a traditional, destruction of everyone's profits, race to the bottom. LOL

My tool business is almost dead, as the big catalog, warehouse and discount houses, killed off all the small distributors. Let me explain in some better detail. Non-Stocking distributors got 25% off. The big places, offered customers 35% off. Below the distributors cost. (I was a stocking distributor) Another company, that I sold for, gave the large accounts and catalog houses, a better discount. In effect, those places advertised prices, that were less than my cost. DEAD to me, one buy one I had no customers.

I can't blame the customers or buyers, why would anyone pay the list price or the discounted price, with free shipping, when they can still do better from a giant distribution network? The market has changed in so many ways, for almost everything.

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