Selling Lots of Little Media: Micro Sales Add Up

Selling Lots of Little Media: Micro Sales Add Up
technology
Dan Gould
  • 3 september 2008

Forbes has a story about amateur photographers who are making decent money posting their personal pictures for sale on stock photography sites. iStockphoto and Shutterstock are two sites that allow users to upload and sell photos for low prices. The artists make about 25 cents a download, but it adds up. Forbes reports that last year, iStock paid photographers $20.9 million in royalties on $71.9 million in revenue. One man interviewed for the article has made $2000 on a snapshot of his wife.

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