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  1. hello everyone, I'm a graphic designer and i have some questions about selling vector stock i hope that experiencing contributors in this platforms help me get some insight. my questions are: obviously the first one will be if this worth my time? what are the best platform to sell stock vector? how many sale you have monthly? what items that sell well (posters,logos,patterns...)? how much you earn from each platform (you can avoid this if you don't feel comfortable to answer) ? individual or set? I would appreciate any help ,this will help me and help other designers that are new in vector stock contributing. thank you
  2. Since 1 and half year i created this account but some how i dont get any single image buyer as i am doing something wrong or something else i have to do to generate income from Shutterstock. I got advice that if you take picture and submit to contribution shutterstock you will get paid for every pic which has been selected. Please guide me if some experts in this forum. I am traveller and fond of taking extra ordinary pics from my Iphone which worth of million dollars in coming year so i need support on my copyright pics if you or anyone who you know who can support me then Thanks in advance for your gentlemen gesture DharamNeeL https://www.shutterstock.com/g/DharamNeel?rid=230683507&utm_medium=email&utm_source=ctrbreferral-link
  3. Good evening, I am seeking help to improve on my photos and way to make the first sale with Shutterstock. Could someone please help me? I have included the link of my portfolio here. https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Pxl1203 Sincerely, Thanks
  4. Iv Just found out about this site and have been able to firstly change name of my photos hey just come up. As the camera calls them. I'm not new to camers but this Internet is all new to me so please calling all young ones give and old dog a hand learning new trick by explaining what is expected from photos and what's not thsmsks, sure lot will say read the terms well they make no sence lol Thanks
  5. why is my approved content not visible to online site,its been more than 72 hours.
  6. Recently I complained to SS one of their reviewers had absolutely no idea what they were doing, and rejecting a big batch of my clips, because I did not have Credentials - it was video footage of a Grand Mosque. SS sent me a message saying yes, the reviewer did make a mistake, and I could simply upload all the clips again. I said NO. I was not going to waste my time and money going through all this again due to a staff member who has absolutely no idea what they were doing! Guess what? I have just had another useless reviewer waste all my time and electricity / internet expenses once again! The reviewer just rejected 60 odd clips blaming they needed editorial captions! Two things, firstly I was told a long time ago from Judith at SS: Going forward, editorial captions no longer require newsworthy "factoids". Editorial captions should simply provide the location, the date, and an accurate description of what is depicted. OK, and this is a caption I had with one of my rejected clips - Newbury town center, UK. Newbury was founded late in the eleventh century following the Norman invasion as a new borough, hence its name. It is one of the oldest market towns in England. May 2013 So why on earth did I receive a message from a SS reviewer - 14722672 - Editorial caption required. See here:Â http://shutr.bz/1hYjXSK SS should change the rejection process - Once they reject, they press the delete button, all clips gone for good. Instead, have a chance for a contributor to contact SS to explain why they believe the reviewer is in the wrong. Surely this is easy enough. One week from the time the clips are rejected, you can delete the clips for good if a second opinion has been made from a supervisor who has more reviewing experiences. I hope someone at SS will take my complaint seriously? I for one is very reluctant to upload any more footage whilst you have clueless reviewers. If they can reject my 60 clips due to: Editorial caption required - When I completed all the details correctly, then what on earth are they doing at Shutterstock as reviewers?
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