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The first of each year you'll make pennies . . .meanwhile . . . 

Securities and Exchange filings show during the first week of June 2020:

Five board directors were each given 4,062 shares of stock valued at about $142,000. 

Founder Jon Oringer dumped 85,000 shares worth about $3,000,000.

 

Any one still here?

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49 minutes ago, Working Title Productions said:

The first of each year you'll make pennies . . .meanwhile . . . 

Securities and Exchange filings show during the first week of June 2020:

Five board directors were each given 4,062 shares of stock valued at about $142,000. 

Founder Jon Oringer dumped 85,000 shares worth about $3,000,000.

 

Any one still here?

 

Not sure your argument here. Are you saying we should all work hard to be C-suite and/or invest in stock?

Most with large/quality portfolios will move through levels rather quickly I'd imagine, some within the time span of a month.

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1 hour ago, stockphotofan1 said:

 

Not sure your argument here. Are you saying we should all work hard to be C-suite and/or invest in stock?

Most with large/quality portfolios will move through levels rather quickly I'd imagine, some within the time span of a month.

If you need further explanation, then you are the PERFECT Shutterstock contributor.  Just who CEO Stan and his marauding band of retards are hoping to keep around.  God speed.  Stay the course.

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2 hours ago, Working Title Productions said:

The first of each year you'll make pennies . . .meanwhile . . . 

Securities and Exchange filings show during the first week of June 2020:

Five board directors were each given 4,062 shares of stock valued at about $142,000. 

Founder Jon Oringer dumped 85,000 shares worth about $3,000,000.

 

Any one still here?

I won't bother to delete my port, but shutterstock just dropped way down in my preferred agents list.  

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Maybe I'm lucky, maybe I'm getting a lot of ELs or maybe my images happen to be the ones buyers paying higher prices for in lower-priced subscription packages are picking.

The fact is, God's honest truth, for me, in June 2020 anyway, for every 2-3 $.10 subs, there's 1 $.40 sub, plus I'm getting $.40 and higher ODs and S&Os.

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On 6/13/2020 at 8:32 PM, Mike Kuhlman said:

Maybe I'm lucky, maybe I'm getting a lot of ELs or maybe my images happen to be the ones buyers paying higher prices for in lower-priced subscription packages are picking.

The fact is, God's honest truth, for me, in June 2020 anyway, for every 2-3 $.10 subs, there's 1 $.40 sub, plus I'm getting $.40 and higher ODs and S&Os.

Now figure out what you would have made before the changes.

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9 hours ago, RoJo Images said:

Now figure out what you would have made before the changes.

3 x $.33 is $.99.  2 x $.10 = $.20 + 1 x $.40 = $.60 so yeah about a 40% drop.

A factor to figure in here is:  Have the CUSTOMER's prices dropped since the change, thereby enticing them to buy more images, resulting in more downloads?  I dunno--you tell me.

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18 minutes ago, Mike Kuhlman said:

3 x $.33 is $.99.  2 x $.10 = $.20 + 1 x $.40 = $.60 so yeah about a 40% drop.

A factor to figure in here is:  Have the CUSTOMER's prices dropped since the change, thereby enticing them to buy more images, resulting in more downloads?  I dunno--you tell me.

Customers pay the same, 

You get less, 

The difference is kept by SS. 

That's how they wanted to improve our model of sale 😂😂😂 making it more fair. 

But there's a good news (for SS). In January, customers will pay the same, you will get much much less, and SS much, much more 😍

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On 6/12/2020 at 11:41 PM, Working Title Productions said:

The first of each year you'll make pennies . . .meanwhile . . . 

Securities and Exchange filings show during the first week of June 2020:

Five board directors were each given 4,062 shares of stock valued at about $142,000. 

Founder Jon Oringer dumped 85,000 shares worth about $3,000,000.

 

Any one still here?

Why do the wealthy think we owe them a living?

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