posted on 26th of october, 2013

I have a question and I would be very grateful if you could give me advice - is it worth to submit

exclude my portfolio from all third-party partnerships?

Comments (6)

Posted by Cdw2345 on October 22, 2015
I don't know if anyone answered your question. You seem to have been asking about the Alliances and Partnerships issue, where there is an opt out option. But everyone who responded seems to be confusing your question with exclusivity on Dreamstime. I don't claim to know the answer to your question, but at least I believe I understand the question you are asking.
Posted by Augustinasg on November 08, 2013
thanks for information guys ;)
Posted by Egomezta on October 28, 2013
It works well for me, since I don't have the time to be in several sites. This way I earn more being in DT.
Posted by Physi28 on October 28, 2013
If you want to make many sales and profit and you have plenty of time to dedicate, you may prefer to stay not exclusive to Dreamstime, however if you want to enjoy the benefits of exclusivity with Dreamstime and you are not doing this as a full time job, then you may prefer to stay exclusive with DT, however, before you may apply for exclusivity you need to have approved at least 50 images as Davidwatmough already points out.
Posted by Augustinasg on October 27, 2013
But what it gives me that submititon? I don't understand
Posted by Davidwatmough on October 27, 2013
Wait until you've got over 50 images accepted at DT and then decide. David

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