Has anyone used Stock Vault for their photography?
They have an adsense and a paypal based system where photographers can earn money. Has anyone used it?
stock vault is yet another site that proftis from your images and returns, at best, pennies in adsense revenue. you might make a bit, but if you're serious about earning money from your photography, check microstock agencies and hosting your own site
I've written a number of hubs about this including http://cascoly.hubpages.com/hub/Can-you … hotography
these give detailed advice on various ways to earn money from your photography.
another approach that i'll be reviewing soon is a new open source project that creates a sales site for you
one of the major benefits of symbiostock is that it includes a network of other independent photographers, so if someone doesn't find what they're looking for on your site, they'll be directed to other sites with similar offerings
In comparison to a site like Razzi.me which pays you per view. How do you feel about that?
pay per view is certainly worth a look -- in the early days of net ads, that's how most ads worked, but those systems weren't sustainable and now most are pay per click
Cascoly is absolutely correct. It is better to deal with microstok or his new site which looks very promising. You can also set your own site and deal directly with potential clients.
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