No Bottom Line Pricing

Posted on 6/17/2020 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (3)

The stock photo industry has developed into a business with No Bottom Line pricing. Some customers can get as many images as they want for whatever they are willing to pay. That is why more and more frequently royalties paid photographers are in cents, rather than dollars. I can’t think of any other industry that operates this way.


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