July 2017 favorite video stock footage files sold via all stock agencies

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July is like a bright light at the end of the tunnel showing there is still hope (after terrible June 2017 ). Finally, a good month to praise. Not the best this year (that was April 2017), but much better

Which Agency Has The Largest Stock Video Media Library

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When making a video project, size of available stock footage database is very crucial. If working from a small port, you sometimes can’t find suitable media. That means you’ll need to search from more different stock agencies to finish the

Contributor Stock Video Sales Are Regulated To Keep All Happy

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Anything in this world can be regulated through rules, lobbying or software. Even stock video agencies are regulating how much sales their contributors get. This might offend some people, but we have been watching and analyzing our sales for about four

June 2017 favorite video stock footage files sold via all stock agencies

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Summer time has only started and we are seeing sales of video stock footage going drastically down. This year June was worse than last years. If May 2017 was bad, June has gone even worse. At this time we are

May 2017 favorite video stock footage files sold via all stock agencies

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May 2017 was the worst month with video stock footage sales. It was actually bad with all agencies. If Shutterstock and Pond5 switched their roles in April 2017, they went to their self. While we are disappointed with only $794

April 2017 favorite video stock footage files sold via all stock agencies

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This year April was a real joke from all stock footage agencies.  Way different than March 2017. It rarely happens that agencies switch their roles as a primary and secondary income source. This time it was the first time that Pond5 ($1453) exceeded

Pond5 integration with Adobe Stock footage means less work and more money?

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Stock footage agency Pond5 has announced that they will integrate their footage with Adobe Stock/Fotolia platform. That means that Pond5 contributors will have more chance of selling footage via another world wide known platform and earning better commissions than if