Recently I have reached 100 uploaded and accepted photos. This is not very impressive and also none of the images was sold. But this is now what I want to talk about today.
Let's look at this pepper photo. It's nothing special and was taken nearly two years ago, while I was preparing food for lunch in my new (at that time) bright and beautiful kitchen. It was not supposed for stocks, but later, when I learned about such places as Dreamstime, i processed it and uploaded. It was accepted, never sold. But it has nearly 200 views. And so I'm at a full stop: is it so badly done, that it interests people, but they do not want to buy it, or something else? Maybe it has wrong description or keywords?
Hi,Elena!Also,I'm facing the same problem with some images.Read here:.It seems very important are the keywords.I've reviewed them and now I'm curious to see if they sell any.I listened to the advice here and I conformed.The competition is very tough!I like your portofolio!Good luck!
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