In this post I will compare my sales of July 2011 and MJuly2012 on Shutterstock, Vectostock and iStockphoto. Press “Continue Reading” to find out more:
Summer appeared to be not as active in sales growth comparing to the spring growth. Shutterstock maintained on the same level as in May, which is a bit disapointing, although it is still the highest level of earnings for me. iStock dropped in sales since April, and is almost twice less, whereas Vectorstock still shows a bit of a growth in earnings.
If comparing to sales in July 2011 – the time when I started microstocking full time – the sales in July 2012 are conciderably more:
As I mentioned before, since summer 2011, I started contributing to quite a few other microstocks. So I am adding the sales from those to the graph too. The microstocks marked red (“Other stocks”) on the table below are Depositphotos, 123rf, Dreamstime, Fotolia and two print selling websites Zazzle and Redbubble:
If compare the percentage of earning from different stocks for July 2012, it will look like the following, with Shutterstock leading:
Which trends in sales have you guys noticed? Would you like anything to be added to my statistics? Please share your ideas in the comment section below:)
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