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What do ODD and SOD mean?

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Subscriptions
Subscription packages allow customers to license up to 750 images per month under a Standard License, for a monthly fee. Shutterstock will initially pay you 25 cents every time one of your images is downloaded, with a tiered set of raises to 33 cents, 36 cents and 38 cents per download as you reach the $500, $3,000 and $10,000 lifetime earnings milestones.

On Demand
This plan allows customers to purchase a pack of images under the Standard or Enhanced license, which must be downloaded within 1 year from the date of purchase.  We offer different "On Demand" packs to our customers; some packs have a restriction on size of image you can download, whereas others do not. The plans with size restrictions will generate anywhere from $.81 - $1.24 and the plans with no size restrictions will generate $1.88 - $2.85 per download with a Standard license, depending on your Lifetime Earnings tier. Enhanced license On Demand downloads will generate earnings of 20-30% from the purchase price, depending on your Lifetime Earnings tier.


Standard license
The Standard license restricts the way an image can be used, specifically how many times an image can be reproduced in print and it does not allow for use of images on merchandise. The Standard license is offered to customers via image packs, subscriptions and custom products. 

Enhanced license
The Enhanced license allow buyers additional rights to downloaded images for merchandising and high-viewership commercial uses. This license is offered to customers via image packs and custom products.  Your earnings start at 20% of the sale price and increase to 25%, 28%, and 30% based on your lifetime earnings tiers.

 

Source: https://www.shutterstock.com/contributorsupport/articles/kbat02/000006640?l=en_US&c=ContributorKB%3AManaging_Your_Earnings&fs=Search&pn=1

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