Yes ... they trickle in now and then, but it's really nothing special. My images have been dowloaded more than 150,000 times and in that amount I've probably made around $50 in coffee tips. Those who tip are extremely kind considering the images are given up for free use. Donations are sent through PayPal, and an email address is attached in case the receiver would like to thank whoever donated. So, yes. The recipient is very much aware of coffee donations. Hope this helps ... Cheers
I've only had 18,000 downloads. I think I got tipped once.
Not a dime. And very little on other photo sites. Too much competition these days for the same location shots.
I’m not clear on what this is. Could you expand? I’m curious.
We can upload photos or other images to Pixabay or similar photo sharing sites. Photos are given a CC0, public domain licence on Pixabay. Anyone can download those photos and use them free of charge in any way they want for personal or commercial use. Visitors to the site can "buy a coffee" for the image creator on the image download page and the donation gets lodged in their PayPal account.
Around a year ago, a kind lady messaged me to inform the donation function isn't working. I thanked her but didn't follow up as I never intended for that to happen.
So far, I haven't been able to donate to anyone too.
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