The "sub season" is finally over


posted on 8th of november, 2011

"Sub season" is a new term I invented just for microstock. Think about the rainy season - it sucks, and you get a lot of rain day after day when it comes. The "sub season" is just like that - it comes when you get a lot of sub. sales (but few, or no credit sale), day after day. It sucks because you don't really get much revenue, plus it lows your RPD.

Since the beginning of November, I was, unfortunately, under the sub season. I had 20 sales for the month so far, 17 of them are sub sales, only 3 credit sales. My RPD for the month was a pathetic $0.70. I felt a bit depressed and I must be in a bad luck.

And just a moment ago, here comes my biggest sale of all time (so far) - a 26-credit sale with earning of $13.5. Thanks for whoever bought this image, because you just declared that "sub season" is finally over:



Comments (10)

Posted by Waihs on November 14, 2011
Congratulations!
Posted by Egomezta on November 09, 2011
Congratulations for your sale.
Posted by Mariaam on November 09, 2011
Congrats!
Posted by Nero67 on November 09, 2011
Congratulations!!!
Posted by Cammeraydave on November 09, 2011
I hear ya...
Posted by Laurasinelle on November 08, 2011
Congrats!
Posted by Peanutroaster on November 08, 2011
Exhibition games over, now on to the regular season perhaps?
Posted by Midou3 on November 08, 2011
my best is 12 credits...
Posted by FabioConcetta on November 08, 2011
Congratulations!!!
Posted by Melonstone on November 08, 2011
Congrats on the sale! A nice end to your sub-season.



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