01 Dec 2007 Microstock Earnings Report November 2007
November wasn’t a repeat of the freakish results in October, but that wasn’t expected. I’m still pleased with the results, as they were well above average despite my doing very little to improve them. This time of year is usually good for most microstock contributors with each month being better than the previous month up to the end of the year. Let’s hope that holds true for me too.
I’m still a long way from achieving my goal of $1,000 per month by the end of the year, but let’s wait and see what December brings.
I received Extended License sales at Dreamstime(2) and LuckyOliver this month.
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- Not only did Shutterstock remain higher than iStockphoto for a second month, but the three month moving average (dotted line) also overtook that of iStockphoto
- StockXpert rose above Fotolia by a considerable margin. Both trajectories indicate the overtake is sustainable. Unless I can intercede with my optimization experiment!
- Dreamstime produced record earnings if you discount last month’s freakish extended license sales
- Extended License sales at LuckyOliver continue to be disproportionately frequent