In this page you can find books and resources that will help you to start to sell stock footage online.
This book with very affordable price is all you need to start selling stock footage.
If you’re just getting started selling ‘royalty-free’ stock footage and you’d like to know where to upload your content, here are my top picks for 2010. istock also has the most complicated uploading process, and though it was developed to better organize content on istock’s servers, its not doing any favours for submitters – especially to those starting out.
The following sites are listed in order of who, on average pays me the most each month – starting with the top 3: #1 Pond5. Despite the frustrations of working with this site and the relatively low percentage payout (vs.
Pond5 is unique in that it has no upper pricing limit – so if you have specialized footage that you think is worth a couple of grand, you can sell it here. The wait time to get footage approved at istock is the longest in the biz – currently at about 5 weeks.
Alexa traffic rank shows the popularity of your site relative to other sites.
is ranked 4,389,263rd in the world (among the 30 million domains).
A low-numbered rank means that your website gets a lot of visitors.
Website load time is an important factor, because Google is taking the site’s loading speed into consideration in determining its ranking.
Even though this will not have a big impact, it is still something we (webmasters) should really look into.
The reason is pretty simple – the majority of visitors are usually in a rush and no one is fond of waiting half a century before the website finally loads its content or fails to load.
At the last check on 2016-09-01, website load time was 0.79.