Statistics in my blog

posted on 20th of october, 2009

This week I report in my blog the first of a series of basic statistics to analyze some aspects of my microstock activity.

I believe that everybody of us has own kind of numbers you look at, personally not being a big fan of numbers, mostly I try to look at the global picture. I like to do the year to year comparison. Is the most comprehensive in my opinion and it allows me to make some judgment on how to continue in the production of images.

For example, this year was still now great and I suppose at the end of year I will report a new record of earnings. The fact is that being now focused on fewer subjects I can produce less, but maybe better images.

I'm also going to shift part of my time and efforts to other photographic projects, out of stock photography. But all of this is now possible thanks to microstock earnings.

If you want to see the details of this (simple) personal statistics here is the link:

Comments (6)

Posted by Saniphoto on October 21, 2009
thank you, Creativei, for your comment. Wish you a lot of creativity!
Posted by Creativei on October 21, 2009
Thank you Sir, you have always been helpful to newbies like me. And your success is an inspiration for us.
Posted by Saniphoto on October 20, 2009
thank you Keki for your comment.
Posted by Keki on October 20, 2009
you have a fabulous portfolio quite inspirational!! thanks for your blog too :)
Posted by Saniphoto on October 20, 2009
hi Rebecca,

thank you. My compliments to you too for your successful blogs and portfolio. I keep an eye on you, I see great improvement there.
Posted by Rebeccaosborn on October 20, 2009
nice blog, thanks for sharing and congrats on building such a large and successful portfolio!!

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