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Exposure data in chart.

Lucato
Hi folks, in my chart there is the "Exposure" line, so a few doubts:

1. how do I increase my exposure data at DT?
2. How is it calculated?
3. Does it affect my sales, image showing in search results and so on? If so, how?

Thanks in advance.
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Posted: 02/21/2013, 02:14:47 AM
Danielc1998
As I understand the portfolio exposure increases with the number of photographs approved you have online. The more images the more portfolio exposure, this is compared against the number of images of the top contributor.
The Database exposure is compared against the total of images in DT.
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Posted: 02/21/2013, 02:36:59 AM
Lucato
Thanks for your reply Daniel.

Hmmm, it is just an statistic compared to the top contributor? IMHO doesn't really is my exposure at DT. Maybe the correct should be a percentage compared to the whole amount of files online from all members at DT. Anyway, I wonder how does it really affects my sales, if it does?
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Posted: 02/21/2013, 02:53:02 AM
Bogdanzagan
No, it does not. The quality of the photos and keywords does. You have two options, quantity or quality... it's your choice.

Since you are on this site from the beginning you should have been noticed by now that the quantity is not the answer.
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Posted: 02/21/2013, 07:32:55 AM
Lucato
Bog, actually, the beginning doesn't count, once I was away from DT 8/9 years and just came back to DT now. ;0)
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Posted: 02/21/2013, 08:04:25 AM
Afagundes
Lucato, those statistics nowadays have no meaning anymore, with millions of images your database exposure is so small it doesnt change if you approve tons of images or not.
The comparison with the user with most images, IMHO, is also useless.
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Posted: 02/21/2013, 20:00:31 PM
Lucato
Obrigado Alexandre pelo retorno.

Have a nice weekend.
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Posted: 02/21/2013, 23:21:12 PM