Do you contribute photos to freerangestock.com? Is it worthwhile?
I just discovered freerangestock.com and see that they give photos away for free but that the photographer can get compensated through AdSense.
I've noticed some Hubs referring to the site but haven't had time to wade through them all yet. I gather some people here use them as a source of photos for their Hubs, but I'm more interested in contributing my own photos. I already sell some on Microstock sites like Shutterstock, but would like to try this as an alternative source of income.
Is anyone at HubPages earning Adsense money there?
the claim that you'll make money by giving away your photography for free has never been validated
instead, concentrat on microstock agencies if you're serious about trying to make some parttime income
for a more detailed look at the possibilities check out
http://cascoly.hubpages.com/hub/Can-you … hotography
Thanks for your answer. I already have portfolios at several microstock sites, but their technical demands are really high and I wanted something to do with my leftovers.
Stockvault was recommended elsewhere. I get downloads but little AdSense.
with digital cameras we all have way more 'leftovers' than we did in film days; you can use the rejects to learn what does sell and howw to improve - remenber that this is a business, not art, and dont take any rejections personally
I'll try not to. Unfortunately I do tend to take things personally.
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