My oldest photo of this bird served someone yesterday. I'm quite happy about this. This was probably the first or second photo online back then. My AR was something like 17% probably. Maybe worse. I don't remember because I don't want to. ;)
I also recently sold the second oldest photo. Good thing is both were level 1. I'm level 1 myself so far.
I have sold another photo of a pair of black winged stilts too which I believed was a really clumsy one with zero sales potential. My sale with the biggest revenue (around $5) was another file which I still think is not attractive at all....that clouds (no, just sky. It doesn't even have proper clouds!) photo. I don't know how it was even accepted without the "Your file doesn't exceed existing files in quality and composition" criterion. But looks like the reviewers really understand their site. I certainly don't understand yet. ;)
I am expecting some sales on the butterfly photos this spring though. I have got quite some good ones. Flowers too.
By the way, if anyone missed the older articles, here you go:
Butterfly photography article
Bird photography article
While most of the sub sales get you $0.42, why do some get only $0.36?
Agreed $0.42 doesn't make me full of money compared to $0.36 at the moment. But I am just curious. Affiliate sites or something?