MicrostockGroup Sponsors


Author Topic: purchasing images - includes pp return  (Read 7521 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

« on: June 28, 2013, 05:03 »
0
Tried a test purchase with Tinny, however, she can't seem to get either of following

no option to download and no purchase email

Anyone else got this problem. Now running on 2.4.6
Thanks
Mark
« Last Edit: June 28, 2013, 09:52 by picture5469 »


« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2013, 06:13 »
0
Hmm, I think the purchasing process needs some improvements. I asked a friend to purchase a photo, here are some observations:

1) As a first time customer, he selected an image, clicked "pay now" and registered. After that, the picture had disappeared and could not be put back in the shopping cart. The only way to solve this was to log out, log in again and repeat the process, now as a returning customer. Then it works.

This must be fixed, I don't think you often get a second chance if the transaction fails the first time. Lost customer, lost business.

2) After having payed at Paypal it was not obvious how to get back to the site, apparently you had to click on the mail address connected to the Paypal account.

3) The confirmation:

- "Thank you for your purchase ...." looks like a link but leads nowhere.
- The link "Licensing and downloads" leads to the purchased photo. Not very logical.
 -The information is not so well aligned, looks a bit messy. The options information is not aligned with the header (see attachment). The number of the photo mixes with the options.

travelwitness

« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2013, 06:28 »
0
This area could do with an improvement.

Where to download the file is a little obscure after purchasing.

Ideally you want a "thank you for purchase" and "Download your file here" button / link.

When I was logged in first the image showed up in the cart.
When I dropped in as new customer and clicked download - then registered - I had to logout and then back in again to see the file.

« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2013, 08:55 »
0
Tried a test purchase with Tinny, however, she can't seem to get either of following

no option to download and no purchase email

Anyone else got this problem. Now running on 2.4.6
Thanks
Mark

The page needs to be refreshed manually by customer. Ideally this needs to be improved

« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2013, 09:36 »
0
Instead of refreshing the page, there could be a button saying "download your file" with a link re-sending people to the downloaf area..

This will disguise refreshing process while functioning the same way as refreshing..

« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2013, 09:43 »
0
For Pink Badger - and anyone else who had not done so.

You need to set up your Paypal return page

Go to your Paypal Account (premier or business, I do not think Personal has this option)

Profile
My Selling Preferences
Website preferences
 then click on Update to add details

First option is   yes

Return address is http://***  your site ****/customer-licence-and-file-management-area/

Below that I have Paypal Account Optional (either yes or on cannot remember) and everything else off

« Reply #6 on: June 28, 2013, 09:50 »
0
For Pink Badger - and anyone else who had not done so.

You need to set up your Paypal return page

Go to your Paypal Account (premier or business, I do not think Personal has this option)

Profile
My Selling Preferences
Website preferences
 then click on Update to add details

First option is   yes

Return address is http://***  your site ****/customer-licence-and-file-management-area/

Below that I have Paypal Account Optional (either yes or on cannot remember) and everything else off


No need to do those steps..

Mine works without changing anything at paypal..

« Reply #7 on: June 28, 2013, 10:00 »
0
Well, return works for me as well, but the text on the return link is confusing, since it shows the email address I used for my PP account. (at least that is what I understand, I did not try it myself).

« Reply #8 on: June 28, 2013, 10:02 »
0
Mark's didn't return until after he had put the address into Paypal this morning  and it sounds like Pink Badger's does not return either so she might have to, it should take you to the download page automatically when someone has finished paying in PP


« Reply #9 on: June 28, 2013, 11:12 »
0
Mark's didn't return until after he had put the address into Paypal this morning  and it sounds like Pink Badger's does not return either so she might have to, it should take you to the download page automatically when someone has finished paying in PP



Like I said, it did return, but only by clicking on my mail address. The problem is that I have personal PP at the moment, and I can't customize it. :-[

« Reply #10 on: June 28, 2013, 11:16 »
0
you need to upgrade pay pal to business account

« Reply #11 on: June 28, 2013, 11:17 »
0
Mark's didn't return until after he had put the address into Paypal this morning  and it sounds like Pink Badger's does not return either so she might have to, it should take you to the download page automatically when someone has finished paying in PP



Like I said, it did return, but only by clicking on my mail address. The problem is that I have personal PP at the moment, and I can't customize it. :-[

personal pp account is not the right way to go.. that is the reason.. I have a "premier" account and that's the least you should have..

« Reply #12 on: June 28, 2013, 11:20 »
0
Mark's didn't return until after he had put the address into Paypal this morning  and it sounds like Pink Badger's does not return either so she might have to, it should take you to the download page automatically when someone has finished paying in PP



Like I said, it did return, but only by clicking on my mail address. The problem is that I have personal PP at the moment, and I can't customize it. :-[

personal pp account is not the right way to go.. that is the reason.. I have a "premier" account and that's the least you should have..

Yes I guess I have to change. Thanks.

steheap

  • Author of best selling "Get Started in Stock"

« Reply #13 on: June 28, 2013, 11:32 »
0
I need to research this, but perhaps someone has the answer.

I do have a business premier account with Paypal, but I set it up for sales of my stock book initially and have piggybacked stock photos onto it. As a result, I didn't enable a return screen - if you buy a photo with paypal, you have to click on the "return to sales@backyardsilver.com" which is close enough to the name of my stock photo site to work.

Is it possible to set Paypal up to return to a page on the originating site - ie have two return pages depending on the site they came from? I guess I could create a new Paypal account just for stock photos, but I would prefer not to.

Steve

« Reply #14 on: June 28, 2013, 11:44 »
0
Hi Steve, I think you might need two accounts (they need different email addresses and different bank accounts).  I feel we need to make it as easy for our customers as possible so they come back, that means going straight to where they can download

« Reply #15 on: June 28, 2013, 11:45 »
0
Mark's didn't return until after he had put the address into Paypal this morning  and it sounds like Pink Badger's does not return either so she might have to, it should take you to the download page automatically when someone has finished paying in PP



Like I said, it did return, but only by clicking on my mail address. The problem is that I have personal PP at the moment, and I can't customize it. :-[

personal pp account is not the right way to go.. that is the reason.. I have a "premier" account and that's the least you should have..


Really? The reason this all isnt working is because it doesnt work with a personal account but it will work with a business account? Do you have a link to paypal where it explains that? Does the business account cost money? Hmmmm. I wonder why i havent had any issues all along with test purchases until the last couple of days. I dont mind changing but it seems like this was discussed early on and it was decided that personal worked just fine.


Once i start getting a billion downloads i would have to change anyway because i think they start charging you after so many transactions or something like that.

Ron

« Reply #16 on: June 28, 2013, 11:46 »
0
I need to research this, but perhaps someone has the answer.

I do have a business premier account with Paypal, but I set it up for sales of my stock book initially and have piggybacked stock photos onto it. As a result, I didn't enable a return screen - if you buy a photo with paypal, you have to click on the "return to sales@backyardsilver.com" which is close enough to the name of my stock photo site to work.

Is it possible to set Paypal up to return to a page on the originating site - ie have two return pages depending on the site they came from? I guess I could create a new Paypal account just for stock photos, but I would prefer not to.

Steve

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=p/mer/express_return_summary-outside

« Reply #17 on: June 28, 2013, 12:03 »
0
I have a personal and a premier account, only the latter offers the option to auto-return after a purchase.  Maybe it is different in different countries, I have run into problems before where PP does something in a few countries but not in others, PP personal payments/gifts are not available everywhere for instance.

If yours works without enabling auto-return then ignore my post but if you are not automatically taken back to download page after purchase then this is a way of enabling it.

« Reply #18 on: June 28, 2013, 12:10 »
0
Mark's didn't return until after he had put the address into Paypal this morning  and it sounds like Pink Badger's does not return either so she might have to, it should take you to the download page automatically when someone has finished paying in PP



Like I said, it did return, but only by clicking on my mail address. The problem is that I have personal PP at the moment, and I can't customize it. :-[

personal pp account is not the right way to go.. that is the reason.. I have a "premier" account and that's the least you should have..


Really? The reason this all isnt working is because it doesnt work with a personal account but it will work with a business account? Do you have a link to paypal where it explains that? Does the business account cost money? Hmmmm. I wonder why i havent had any issues all along with test purchases until the last couple of days. I dont mind changing but it seems like this was discussed early on and it was decided that personal worked just fine.


Once i start getting a billion downloads i would have to change anyway because i think they start charging you after so many transactions or something like that.

I don't have a link now but the reason I got a premier account was because paypal said personal accounts are not for online shops..

Didn't cost a penny.. I have had this premier account for years now and use it both for stock sites and my sites..

When I upgraded there were 3 options:

- personal
- premier
- business

The conditions of premier was sufficient for me so I picked that one..

Things and options may be different now as it has been years since I upgraded..

Ron

« Reply #19 on: June 28, 2013, 12:17 »
0
You are not supposed to have a personal account when you do business. Its no laughing matter. PayPal will start asking questions when they see you are taking business transactions on a personal account.

« Reply #20 on: June 28, 2013, 12:55 »
0
You are not supposed to have a personal account when you do business. Its no laughing matter. PayPal will start asking questions when they see you are taking business transactions on a personal account.


I have been receiving payments from agencies for YEARS now with a personal account. If the business acct doesnt cost anything i will be happy to get one. If paypal needs to start taking a percentage of my sales like an agency, then i might have to come up with a different solution.


Let me beat you all to the punch...how utterly unprofessional of me and its amateurs like me that ruin it for everybody!  ;)


By the way, i am fairly certain paypal decides when i am receiving too many payments and makes me move to a business acct. there was a discussion about this on this board. At work so if u dont believe you will need to search yourself. I am on an iad and at work. If i remember later, i will see if i can dig it up.
« Last Edit: June 28, 2013, 12:58 by cclapper »

steheap

  • Author of best selling "Get Started in Stock"

« Reply #21 on: June 28, 2013, 13:06 »
0
Quote
I need to research this, but perhaps someone has the answer.

I do have a premier account with Paypal, but I set it up for sales of my stock book initially and have piggybacked stock photos onto it. As a result, I didn't enable a return screen - if you buy a photo with paypal, you have to click on the "return to sales@backyardsilver.com" which is close enough to the name of my stock photo site to work.

Is it possible to set Paypal up to return to a page on the originating site - ie have two return pages depending on the site they came from? I guess I could create a new Paypal account just for stock photos, but I would prefer not to.

Steve

It looks as if it is possible to specify the return URL depending on the site the customer came from, if the following code is included in the appropriate program sending them to Paypal.

 
<input type="hidden" name="notify_url" value="[YOURSITEURL_WHICH_HANDLES_IPN]">
<input type="hidden" name="return" value="[YOUR_SITE_URL_WHICH_HANDLES_RETURN_URL]">
<input type="hidden" name="_notify-synch:cmd" value="_notify-synch">\


Leo - is this something you could consider in your updated plugin?

Steve
 

Leo Blanchette

« Reply #22 on: June 28, 2013, 13:13 »
0
Can someone give me the sum-up of this thread? Is it a bug thread, gunuine issues with the theme, or just learning how to do paypal?

steheap

  • Author of best selling "Get Started in Stock"

« Reply #23 on: June 28, 2013, 13:21 »
0
I think it started with a request to set up a proper return path from Paypal to the site instead of clicking on the return to email link on the Paypal screen. That question was answered, so I don't think there is an issue there.

Then I asked if you could use the same Paypal premier account for two different source websites and how the return worked. I checked online and found you could if you include the extra code in the sending site. That is the code I pasted in. That would be a nice enhancement for people who run different sites from the same paypal account.

steve

Leo Blanchette

« Reply #24 on: June 28, 2013, 13:29 »
0
Great. Every morning after a new release I wake up to see the issues. It appears there is not many then :D

« Reply #25 on: June 28, 2013, 13:30 »
0
where is the 'download area'???

since I haven't gotten that far I don't know what SHOULD happen -- the payment is processed ok, and both sides get the proper email, but there is NO info to either side about how to download

Leo Blanchette

« Reply #26 on: June 28, 2013, 13:32 »
0
I just checked the email I got from Crackerclips test purchase - it directs you to the download page. You know - customer area? I think we just need a billboard flashing GET IMAGE HERE in a few areas. Anyway  - it is working.

« Reply #27 on: June 28, 2013, 14:52 »
0
I did ask a question in this thread, i think, but really never got an answer. Does SY now only work with paypal premier account or will it work with personal account too?


This isnt a thread, Leo, about learning how to use paypal. I am trying to find out how to get my site to work, and now someone has thrown the "you must have paypal premier" into the mix. You built the theme...do i absolutely have to have paypal premier in order for it to work?


You need to keep two things in mind...one, not everyone using SY is a code genius...in fact, most of us are photographers first. Second, some us work another job and cant read every single thing that gets posted.


My site was working, then it wasnt. I want to know what needs to be done to get it working properly again. Thats all.




« Reply #28 on: June 28, 2013, 14:53 »
0
where is the 'download area'???

since I haven't gotten that far I don't know what SHOULD happen -- the payment is processed ok, and both sides get the proper email, but there is NO info to either side about how to download

After someone has paid Paypal (usually) returns them to the same page they confirmed they agreed to terms and hit the Pay Now button.  The image to be downloaded appears with a link below the pay now button.

(this is why you don't want people all logging in and paying with the same details on your guest account, anyone else who visits will also be able to download that image for free)

« Reply #29 on: June 28, 2013, 14:58 »
0
Can someone give me the sum-up of this thread? Is it a bug thread, gunuine issues with the theme, or just learning how to do paypal?


It sounds like you are being a wiseass. See my actual question above regarding the theme and paypal. Let me rephrase it...does SY only work with a paypal business account? I think thats a legitimate question.

« Reply #30 on: June 28, 2013, 15:07 »
0
Hi Cathy,

Purely my opinion

Symbiostock will work with any paypal account

BUT

If you want to make it easy for client so they return to the download page to get their newly licensed image (instead of having to hunt for it or wait for email and find the link) you need a Premier OR Business account as you cannot, as far as I can see, create a return to pay/download page with a personal account.

Hope this helps


« Reply #31 on: June 28, 2013, 15:12 »
0
Hi Cathy,

Purely my opinion

Symbiostock will work with any paypal account

BUT

If you want to make it easy for client so they return to the download page to get their newly licensed image (instead of having to hunt for it or wait for email and find the link) you need a Premier OR Business account as you cannot, as far as I can see, create a return to pay/download page with a personal account.

Hope this helps


Thanks for the answer Tinny. Appreciate it.

« Reply #32 on: June 28, 2013, 15:27 »
0
Hi Cathy,

Purely my opinion

Symbiostock will work with any paypal account

BUT

If you want to make it easy for client so they return to the download page to get their newly licensed image (instead of having to hunt for it or wait for email and find the link) you need a Premier OR Business account as you cannot, as far as I can see, create a return to pay/download page with a personal account.

Hope this helps


After i make a purchase, on paypal, there is my email link in the receipt. I click that. It takes me back to the customer license/download page. There is my image to download. That is with a personal account. I have never had to wait for an email or find a link. I dont know how much easier it could be. It would be nice if instead of that email, it said return to download page or something. But i think others have requested that already.

« Reply #33 on: June 28, 2013, 15:31 »
0
If you have Paypal return (for lack of anything else to call it) you will automatically be taken straight to the download page once you have finished paying, so you don't have to leave your browser to go and find an email, then find and click on the link in the email to go back to your browser.  It just takes a couple of steps out and makes it easier for customer.

steheap

  • Author of best selling "Get Started in Stock"

« Reply #34 on: June 28, 2013, 15:40 »
0
I think Cathy is right - I have my paypal set up like this as well. Once you have completed the purchase, you see a link on the Paypal page that says "return to sales@backyardsilver.com" on my page. Clicking that link takes you to the customer download area of your site. With a Premier account you can bypass that bit and go automatically to the download area.

Steve

« Reply #35 on: June 28, 2013, 15:49 »
0
I think Cathy is right - I have my paypal set up like this as well. Once you have completed the purchase, you see a link on the Paypal page that says "return to sales@backyardsilver.com" on my page. Clicking that link takes you to the customer download area of your site. With a Premier account you can bypass that bit and go automatically to the download area.

Steve


So you are saying with premier, there is no clicking the link in paypal. As soon as the transaction completes, it auto goes back to download. That would be more convenient, but as it is for me now doesnt seem too inconvenient. The customer getting the password email to buy seems like a much bigger issue.

steheap

  • Author of best selling "Get Started in Stock"

« Reply #36 on: June 28, 2013, 15:54 »
+1
Quote
So you are saying with premier, there is no clicking the link in paypal. As soon as the transaction completes, it auto goes back to download.

It can be set up to do that, yes. I don't at the moment because of the double website sharing the same paypal account.

Steve

« Reply #37 on: June 28, 2013, 16:11 »
0
Quote
So you are saying with premier, there is no clicking the link in paypal. As soon as the transaction completes, it auto goes back to download.

It can be set up to do that, yes. I don't at the moment because of the double website sharing the same paypal account.

Steve

Thanks Steve. Got it.

Ron

« Reply #38 on: June 28, 2013, 18:28 »
0
You are not supposed to have a personal account when you do business. Its no laughing matter. PayPal will start asking questions when they see you are taking business transactions on a personal account.


I have been receiving payments from agencies for YEARS now with a personal account. If the business acct doesnt cost anything i will be happy to get one. If paypal needs to start taking a percentage of my sales like an agency, then i might have to come up with a different solution.


Let me beat you all to the punch...how utterly unprofessional of me and its amateurs like me that ruin it for everybody!  ;)


By the way, i am fairly certain paypal decides when i am receiving too many payments and makes me move to a business acct. there was a discussion about this on this board. At work so if u dont believe you will need to search yourself. I am on an iad and at work. If i remember later, i will see if i can dig it up.
Maybe because you are in the US they might be more lenient. In Europe PayPal is a bank and if you take business transactions on a personal account you they will ask you to upgrade and they will take fees. Or they upgrade you. All money processors take a fee for business payments. Since you are a business. If you want to take CC payments without using a PSP then you need to be PCI compliant which costs you money as well. There is no such thing as free stuff when running a business.

« Reply #39 on: June 28, 2013, 18:45 »
0
You are not supposed to have a personal account when you do business. Its no laughing matter. PayPal will start asking questions when they see you are taking business transactions on a personal account.


I have been receiving payments from agencies for YEARS now with a personal account. If the business acct doesnt cost anything i will be happy to get one. If paypal needs to start taking a percentage of my sales like an agency, then i might have to come up with a different solution.


Let me beat you all to the punch...how utterly unprofessional of me and its amateurs like me that ruin it for everybody!  ;)


By the way, i am fairly certain paypal decides when i am receiving too many payments and makes me move to a business acct. there was a discussion about this on this board. At work so if u dont believe you will need to search yourself. I am on an iad and at work. If i remember later, i will see if i can dig it up.
Maybe because you are in the US they might be more lenient. In Europe PayPal is a bank and if you take business transactions on a personal account you they will ask you to upgrade and they will take fees. Or they upgrade you. All money processors take a fee for business payments. Since you are a business. If you want to take CC payments without using a PSP then you need to be PCI compliant which costs you money as well. There is no such thing as free stuff when running a business.

I don't remember ever saying that using paypal was free. I asked if opening a premier account cost money and was told no. I have used paypal for years. I kinda know what transactions are going to cost me money, and which are not. Paypal is a money processor and does not take a fee from my payments from the agencies. They do take a fee for other transactions. Both are business payments. So some ARE free (for me), some are not.

« Reply #40 on: June 28, 2013, 18:57 »
0
You said paypal does not take a fee from agency payments but it does..

It's paid by the agencies.. paypal takes a fee from every single transaction.. there is no exception..

Who pays the fee differs depending on the transaction.. it's sometimes the sender and sometimes the receiver..

With your SY sales you will be the one to pay.. thus the premier account itself is free but you pay  a fee per sale..
« Last Edit: June 28, 2013, 18:59 by cidepix »

Ron

« Reply #41 on: June 28, 2013, 18:58 »
0
All accounts are free to open with PayPal.

As for payments from the agencies, they pay using Mass Payments, and then you dont have to pay a fee. As soon as the agency is going to pay you through a regular transaction, you will pay PayPal a fee over your earnings.

You seem a bit edgy with people who do not agree with you or who dont answer you immediately. I am just trying to help.

In addition to my previous comment, you pay  fees on a personal account as well, difference is when you send money from a personal account you can choose who pays the fees. On a business account the receiver always pays the fees.

As for personal accounts, you cant take credit or debit card payments on a personal account. So you are cutting out a lot of potential customers.

http://pages.ebay.ie/help/pay/paypal-upgrade.html

Ron

« Reply #42 on: June 28, 2013, 19:02 »
0
You said paypal does not take a fee from agency payments but it does..

It's paid by the agencies.. paypal takes a fee from every single transaction.. there is no exception..

Who pays the fee differs depending on the transaction.. it's sometimes the sender and sometimes the receiver..

With you SY sales you will be the one to pay..
I have said that so many times already, maybe not in this thread. Agencies use mass payments and pay a fee, but its much lower then paying fees on single transactions. By the way, if agencies start paying us individually we pay the fees.

On a business account the receiver always pays the fees unless its money from a mass payment. Paying with a PP account is free. Unless you choose to pay the fee yourself which is only possible on a personal transaction or personal account.

« Reply #43 on: June 28, 2013, 19:11 »
0
You said paypal does not take a fee from agency payments but it does..

It's paid by the agencies.. paypal takes a fee from every single transaction.. there is no exception..

Who pays the fee differs depending on the transaction.. it's sometimes the sender and sometimes the receiver..

With you SY sales you will be the one to pay..
I have said that so many times already, maybe not in this thread. Agencies use mass payments and pay a fee, but its much lower then paying fees on single transactions. By the way, if agencies start paying us individually we pay the fees.

On a business account the receiver always pays the fees unless its money from a mass payment. Paying with a PP account is free. Unless you choose to pay the fee yourself which is only possible on a personal transaction or personal account.

Well, what you said was exactly what I meant.. just didn't bother to go into as much detail as I am on a mobile phone right now and it's not my favourite device for typing :)

So yes, I agree, the person who makes the payment never pays unless it's a mass payment or he/she chooses to  pay..

« Reply #44 on: June 28, 2013, 19:29 »
-1
Thanks for the lessons on paypal. I already knew all of that. But i do take credit and debit payments with my personal account so not sure why you are trying to teach me something that is incorrect. I appreciate the help, but dont remember asking for an explanation on how paypal works. Leo made a statement in one of his posts about how the paypal ipn was definitely interfering with emails. My questions about paypal are only in regards to how it might be causing problems with emails. Period.


I have spent many hours working on this site. It was reported to be stable and out of beta. I finally start getting registrations and a sale and boom...major stuff doesnt work right. Edgy? Yeah, you could say that. But never fear. With this post i am going to bow out of this conversation. I am mostly trying to get my site working again. When the bugs are ironed out of the latest version releases, i will try an update. But it seems like one thing gets added and it breaks five other more important things.


I really should have waited until the bugginess was all gone.  :-\

Leo Blanchette

« Reply #45 on: June 28, 2013, 19:37 »
0
Thanks for helping eachother out :D I'm just catching up. Will have another update soon :D

Ron

« Reply #46 on: June 29, 2013, 00:39 »
0
Cathy, you are correct https://www.paypal.com/ie/cgi-bin/marketingweb?cmd=xpt/Marketing/general/PayPalAccountTypes-outside

The info on ebay seems outdated.

Other than that, I am also done with this thread. Good luck, hope all the bugs get sorted for you if it affects you that much.


« Reply #47 on: June 29, 2013, 00:59 »
+1



....,. When the bugs are ironed out of the latest version releases, i will try an update. But it seems like one thing gets added and it breaks five other more important things.


I really should have waited until the bugginess was all gone.  :-\


please name the 5 important things you refer to?  the paypal problems have been there from the start and like all interfaces among several pieces of software, they're difficult to track down and replicate.

here we have users with unknown browsers interacting with wp on many different hosts, and trying to interface with paypal. 

 that last statement is flat out WRONG -- since version 2 came out there haven't been 5 major problems in the entire program, much less one new release creating that many -- progress with every release has been forward


 

Related Topics

  Subject / Started by Replies Last post
58 Replies
15848 Views
Last post March 24, 2011, 01:00
by visceralimage
29 Replies
9870 Views
Last post March 21, 2011, 20:18
by RacePhoto
0 Replies
1382 Views
Last post January 18, 2015, 12:44
by RetroColoring.com
4 Replies
1096 Views
Last post May 27, 2015, 05:41
by Tror
0 Replies
947 Views
Last post March 01, 2016, 13:27
by TheEngineer

Sponsors

Microstock Poll Results