Why don't increase the level of subscription?


posted on 21st of september, 2013



I think that the price of selling in DT should be reviewed by management. For example, my last 20 picture sold just 4 are with credits and 16 (!!) are with subscriptions at 0.42$ each

I can comprehend that we earn on volume and not on the single picture sold, but I think that most of use of these picture are for blog or internet so people buy just small size.


The cost and the the effort to shot original picture (and the effort also to improve the skills in PS for example) have a value more than 0.42$ per picture.

My numbers of sells are increasing constantly but my earning are going down fast.

What's your opinion?

Comments (8)

Posted by Andrews71 on September 27, 2013
what does it means?
Posted by Peanutroaster on September 26, 2013
Nothing new here and yet people still come to the party.
Posted by Andrews71 on September 26, 2013
Also 0.00000000000001 > 0 but when you get a job for 1$/hour for your professional support I think that something is wrong
Posted by Maocheng on September 25, 2013
0.42 > 0
Posted by Egomezta on September 25, 2013
All sells add, but yes sometimes is frustrating, my average RPD is $1.96
Posted by Marianvejcik on September 24, 2013
I'm starting to get frustrated, because I also have 12 sales in a row a sub.
Posted by Andrews71 on September 23, 2013
Yes, correct. Then, we need to add the value of the camera, lenses, travel, time to work them...I think that is not acceptable...
Posted by Physi28 on September 22, 2013
I understand your concern, personally what I find somewhat frustrating is that a picture which is currently on level 5 can still give a revenue of only 0.40 $!
Much is this month the RPD has improved in my case, in general the trend is to stay at around 1$ average per image.



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