It's my favorite tool on DT by which I can evaluate my progress and see if I'm on the right way or not.I use it mostly to check:- My Sales- My Acceptance Ratio- My Revenue AverageThrough the above three points I can evaluate my portfolio exposure, work level and my monthly income.I do recommend all newbies to check there stats to see where they are heading..Just keep in mind that average and total values are calculated for the Last 13 months, except for the approval ratio,... continue reading
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There are times when you or I submit a photo which you KNOW is a good stockphoto. When it is rejected you feel a surprised disappointment. After re-evaluating it, you can usually see the reason for the rejection.I have been in a slump as far as picture taking is concerned. I have moved three times in the past sixmonths and haven't had the mind set to even unpack my camera.I felt a internal pressure to upload some photos. So I looked at some old files and submitted twelve. Sure enough I... continue reading
As any kind of management has four basic steps (Planning, Orientation, execution and control) we might make from our life a small business including our micro-stock management.Yes I am going to speak about micro-stock management as a business...Planning: Starting from choosing the subject of the photo that you're going to shoot or to illustrate. Before you start thinking of how and when to shoot, you could make a small case study from what is available online of the same idea and see if it... continue reading
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