MAKING MONEY ONLINE SELLING PHOTOS:
Back then, like five years ago, making money online was a really hard venture. But with the recent advent of some dot-com entities on the World Wide Web, the whole process has become relatively friendlier. Those days you must have a website, a product to sell and some other items that could make the whole idea frustrating. Today, there are some websites that have completely removed the work from the fun. They will pay you real cash for doing very little work, regardless of your back ground, and you don’t even need to have a personal website of your own; just register and start making money. Does this sound too good to be true? Read on and be blown away!!!
Truly before I knew anything about “Microstock” photography, I didn’t have the capital to start my own online sales or create my own blog and so on; all I had was a need for financial venture. Needed to offset bills and grow my own empire. That was until I discovered the photography market; about selling photograph online. And ever since I have been smiling to the bank.
Selling photographs is one of the easiest ways of making money online. For your information, you don’t have to be a professional photographer before you can sell your photos online; as long as you have a good and clean photograph then you’re good to roll. It’s so amazing how people are constantly in need of stock photography either for presentations, website creation, banners, brochures, e-books and more… these people are willing to pay for just the right pictures.
You don’t need to be afraid that your photos won’t be picked; the reason is people who search for images on stock photography sites uses keywords and not by photographer’s name, so keep the smile on your face because you have 100% chance as everyone else of getting your pictures picked.
Like my mama would say “in any Advantage, they must always be a Disadvantage” so let me just tell you one bad side which might come from you; any stock photography company do not accept photographs with trademarks, any copyrighted photographs or popular faces (except you have a model release on that particular picture) if you submit such pictures, it will no doubt be turned down. Aside these, any kind of pictures is acceptable. After putting your photograph for auction, you will be amazed to learn about what people need pictures for. Sites like Fotolia, iStockphoto can get you started
Remember! As long as you have some decent photos, upload it and don’t make any assumptions and see how you’ll be smiling to the bank.
With this method you don’t need to invest your money, expert sales, marketing skill or taking surveys; the only thing you’ll do is investing your time.
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