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Brian Mcreynolds

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Get Paid submitting photos online!!
5/14/2010 11:50:40 PM
Genuine home-based photography system lets you earn
up to $250 a day and also gives you the opportunity to earn
monthly residual income off every photo you submit online!"

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Agili Ron

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RE: Get Paid submitting photos online!!
11/5/2012 2:44:59 AM
Hello Friends,

Photographers have traditionally acquired work via cold calls, word-of-mouth referrals and print, TV, radio and other forms of paid advertising. With the creation of technologies that connect business owners rapidly with potential customers anywhere at any time, amateur and professional photographers can branch out to various photography markets with less effort and expense.
1. Upload photos to websites that offer online galleries or store options for promoting and selling prints, licensed downloads or products that feature your photos. For example, submit photos to stock photo sites such as Bigstock, iStock Photo and Shutterstock. Additionally, sell photos through art, craft or custom merchandise sites such as ArtFire, DaWanda, deviantART and CafePress.
2. Sell your photography services through mobile work global marketplaces such as Fiverr, Gigbucks and Gigwalk. As of 2012, short projects usually start at $5 to $10. Although payment may seem small, simple photo touchups or cell phone snapshots can quickly add up and potentially lead to larger gigs, and higher pay, from business owners who are happy with your work.
3. Place links to sites where you’ve uploaded photos in all of your communications, including emails, e-newsletters, blog comments, social network updates and forum postings. Create an online photography portfolio on your website with a shopping cart or pricing details and link to it whenever possible.
4. Email photos to publishers of publications that you’re interested in that pay for submissions. If a publisher also pays for articles or short blog posts, and you have writing ability, submit an article with your photos to show the company that you’re someone they can turn to for both writing and photography projects. If a publisher accepts your work, link back to it when it’s published on your website and elsewhere to build your reputation and increase interest.

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Agili Ron

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