My September

posted on 2nd of october, 2009

I wanted to submit more in September... didn't happened. But now i have more time and started already the ride. September was second month with no uploads - few photos entered my portfolio in last three days of the month but these don't count.
As You can see in my port - what sales most is graphics. And that is interesting cause when i just started my sales was very low and illustrations didn't sale completely.
Now need to go back and create more concept illustrations but i will still submit some photos.

So here are the numbers for September at Dreamstime:

* -25% downloads and -15.6% in ca$h
* -15.6%$ to best month (August)
* average all time DL value = $0.83

My next milestone is 200 images then twice more. Got 2 more 2nd level images now (9).
For more info/charts check out my regular blog.
Also available in Polish ( Jak sprzedawać zdjęcia )

Comments (4)

Posted by Rangpl on October 03, 2009
I use OpenOffice Calc for making report and charts , it's pretty easy and always have the data accessible.
You can use Excel or free Google Docs, then even put own printed charts to stock photo as above.
Posted by Creativei on October 03, 2009
Interesting, I think I should start making such graphs to see my growth.

Did you manually do the graph using Excel or is there any other software??????
Posted by Noonie on October 02, 2009
Interesting! It helps to see how others fare.
Posted by Bradcalkins on October 02, 2009
I see that your per sale numbers for at least one of the other sites is a third of what DT nets you - this is in support of what Achilles argues - that DT must cut non-exclusive royalties to be competitive... On the flip side, being non-exclusive seems to keep your revenue fairly steady.

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Author of 3D illustrations, subjects from SciFi to metaphorical concepts. Exploring beautiful landscapes and architectural achievements. Love to shoot film and restoring vintage photo cameras. Recently back to classical art forms like drawing and painting.

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