Over at iStock – the new name iStockphoto’s parent Getty Images has put upon it – each month contributors chime in to a thread to report how sales have been going. Years ago, the monthly thread was exciting. It was great to see the boats rising with the tide. We all reported “BME”s to each [...]Continue Reading →
Boy, talk about timing. Just yesterday, I mentioned the whole “exclusive not exclusive” issue they are having over at iStockphoto, which I’ll describe further. Now, iStockphoto has pretty much removed any reference to the exclusive status of an artist, instead relying on statement that is quite often false, to try and lure the [...]Continue Reading →
To anyone concerned, or interested, my portfolio will continue to be licensed on iStockphoto for a couple more weeks, due to a technical issue. That’s fine, because the extra income will help in the upcoming dry spell when it is no longer there. Thanks.Continue Reading →
How’d you like to find seven million dollars worth of gold in your garage? I sure would! However, we may not all have unknown cousins to leave it to us. We may, though, have unused or unwanted jewelry laying about that has value, and that’s the theme of this new royalty [...]Continue Reading →
Ho, ho, ho, it’s the giving time of year. Next week I’ll be kicking off my 2012 Charity Drive, based on my iStockphoto portfolio downloads. By licensing work from my portfolio, you’ll be helping me donate money to three great causes. Read on for more details…Continue Reading →
Eyeballs are what makes the world go around. Specifically, the more eyeballs you can get onto your work, the better chance you have of selling that work, especially when it comes to stock content, like the kind I have in my iStockphoto.com portfolio. So, for the last several months I’ve been working on [...]Continue Reading →
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