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Click on a logo below to visit the microstock sites [stats updated 08/03/2012] Total Earnings: $24,793 Most people who are considering whether or not to upload to microstock sites are curious how much money can be made by doing so. (There are other reasons, too, but this is a biggie). How much can you make with microstock sites? | Microstock Tips How much can you make with microstock sites? | Microstock Tips
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Microstock photography Microstock photography[citation needed], also known as micropayment photography, is a part of the stock photography industry. What defines a company as a microstock photography company is that they (1) source their images almost exclusively via the Internet, (2) do so from a wider range of photographers than the traditional stock agencies (including a willingness to accept images from "amateurs" and hobbyists), and (3) sell their images at a very low rate (from US$0.20 to $10 in the US) for a royalty-free (RF) image. A number of microstock sites also sell vector art, and some sell Flash animations and video as well as images.[1] History[edit] The pioneer of microstock photography was Bruce Livingstone, who created iStockphoto, originally a free stock photo site that quickly became an industry phenomenon. Microstock photography
Dreamstime Dreamstime Dreamstime is a microstock photography agency based in Brentwood, Tennessee, with offices located in Bucharest, Romania. It is a community based agency sourcing stock photos and illustrations from worldwide contributors. In March 2013, Dreamstime had over 16 million images online from nearly 150,000 contributors and more than 5.7 million users. Background[edit]
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Holtzbrinck Ventures investiert in Gigalocal – Serie-A-Finanzierungsrunde bei der Microjobbing-App von Gigalo Holtzbrinck Ventures investiert in Gigalocal – Serie-A-Finanzierungsrunde bei der Microjobbing-App von Gigalo Neuigkeiten bei Gigalocal (www.gigalocal.de): Der Mobile-App-Service aus dem Hause Gigalo (www.gigalo.de) holt sich Holtzbrinck Ventures (www.holtzbrinck-ventures.com) mit ins Boot – und wird damit bereits vor dem Launch im Juni von einem Venture-Capitalist unterstützt – der erste im Hanse-Ventures-Verbund überhaupt. Mit Hilfe dieser Finanzierungsrunde soll die Microjobbing-App nun auf Kurs gebracht werden. Gigalocal ist die Microjobbing-App von Gigalo Die Reaktionen in der Webszene waren nicht allzu positiv, als Gigalo Anfang letzten Monats angetreten ist, um den Kampf gegen andere Fiverr-Klone wie Fünfi (www.fuenfi.de), Yoofive (www.yoofive.de), Fiveo (www.fiveo.de), Gigmich (gigmich.de) oder FiverDeal (www.fiverdeal.de) aufzunehmen. Der Vorwurf: Bei Gigalo handele es sich um ein reines Copycat, das mit einem schmal aufgestellten Business-Modell antritt.