Important Stock Photo Industry Issues

Posted on 6/2/2017 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

Here are links to recent stories that deal with three major issues for the stock photo industry – Revenue Growth Potential, Setting Bottom Line On Pricing and Future Production Sources.

Revenue Growth Potential

How Can Shutterstock Grow Revenue    1/27/2017

Can Prices Be Increased        2/12/2017

Raising Stock Photo Prices        3/6/2017

Pricing Stock Photos        3/12/2017

Multi-Tiered Pricing Model     3/22/2017

Getty Turns Corner            4/17/2017

Is There A Better Subscription Strategy      4/19/2017?

Role Of Product Costs In Negotiations     4/28/2017

Raising Stock Photo Prices        4/28/2017

Earning Revenue From Non-Selling Images        5/18/2017

Is RM A Viable Business Model        5/19/2017

What Sells?        5/26/2017

What Sells: Part Two        5/29/2017

Setting A Bottom Line On Pricing

VideoBlocks Gives Still Photo Producers 100% Royalties       4/27/2017

Future Production Sources

Stock Photo Production: Eastern Europe, Asia Dominate     3/13/2017

Does Stock Industry Need Western Creators        3/17/2017

North American and Western Europe Production Declining        4/14/2017

Locating Major Stock Image Producers        5/15/2017 Stock Photo Production Company    5/17/2017

Where Are Shutterstock’s Most Productive Contributors Located?        5/24/2017

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