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That would take you back to a middle man — one who will usually take 50 percent of your sales price — but it would make the marketing efforts a lot easier.



4 comments for this post.

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    This proposition means that we get exceptionally high traffic for a site with relatively few images (compared to some of our larger competitors).

    Giving images away (albeit small ones only) may not seem a great idea for photographers, however with us they'll receive 75% of all sales made; which we think more than makes up for the freebies. So the person with the talent gets the bulk of the rewards - we get our 25% for providing the distribution channel.

    This way the photographer wins, the customer wins and, we'll admit it, we win too (we need to stay in business after all!).

    We'd welcome your comments on whether you think this way of microstocking makes more sense to you and if you can see more potential for sites like ours in the future.

  3. Laurie Said:

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    I think that the business of photography is changing, drastically, and I for one am really excited to see where it goes.

    I''ve just launched a site ( for event photographers, where I encourage the use of Facebook for marketing. It's a really awesome way for the potential customers to find out about photos, and then I can connect them directly with the sales mechanism, and yes, it seems to work really well.

  4. Bryan Said:

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